Celebrating Success recognises the many successes and achievements of our schools and early years centres.
We have 6 award categories:
Health and Wellbeing - Winner: Leanne Palmer
Recognising a school, group, club or individual demonstrating both commitment and passion about Health and Wellbeing and it's importance in enhancing and improving the lives of our children and young people. The award will celebrate their achievements and endeavours in relation to health education and an understanding of wellbeing across the
school and wider community. The winners will be able to show the positive impact of health and wellbeing and how this is demonstrated in the actions and behaviours of children and young people.
School in the Community - Winner: St. Bridget's Primary School
Given to a school which can demonstrate that they are at the heart of their community; have close links with other services in their local area, are working hard to involve parents/carers in their child’s learning, are offering opportunities which enhance the wider curriculum and are providing a range of services to families.
Working with Families/Parents - Winner: Elderbank Primary School
Celebrating parental engagement. The nominees will have provided opportunities for lifelong learning for parents/carers and their children, contributing to the enrichment of opportunities that encourage parents and children to enjoy learning together.
Inspirational - Winner: Moorpark Primary School
Celebrating an individual or team that has 'Made a difference' through becoming role models for young people or other professionals. Nominees will have made a substantial contribution to improving outcomes for young people through their dedication, innovation and creativity.
Team of the Year - Winner: Springside Primary School
Celebrating the work of a team or group of individuals who have effectively worked together to achieve a common goal. Nominees should demonstrate how using the knowledge, experience and skills of all members of the team has resulted in a positive outcome for young people and/or families.
Outstanding Contribution to Children & Young People - Winner: Mae Murray
Celebrating an individual who has gone 'above and beyond' to support young people to flourish and reach their potential. This individual consistently performs exceptionally well in their duties. They will embody the North Ayrshire Council staff values and be someone who 'goes the extra mile'. They will have made a unique contribution to education in North Ayrshire.
Three finalists, from each category, were invited to attend the awards ceremony on 29 September, where the winners were announced.