The winners of the fourth annual National Awards for Pastoral Care in Education were announced at a SOLD OUT event on September 29th in Worcester.
The atmosphere was electric at Worcestershire County Cricket Ground and special guests included guest speaker Ronald Skelton M.Ed. B.Phil. B.Ed. (Hons) NPQH LLE, Headteacher and CEO of Broadway Academy in Birmingham and the longest serving headteacher in the region.
There was also entertainment for the first time from glorious young singer Sienna and a dazzling performance of Irish dancing from a team assembled by Chloe English, World Irish Dancing Champion.
The event was sponsored by Majesticare and was brilliantly hosted by NAPCE Chair Phil Jones.
A record number of nominations, fantastic finalists, brilliant winners and amazing support from across the education sector characterised the NAPCE Awards 2023.
It was described as an “ultimate triumph”.
Entry for NAPCE Awards 2024 was announced on the night and opened on Sunday, October 1st, 2023. Entries can be made here https://napceawards.wufoo.com/forms/napce-awards-2024-entry-form/
Here are the winners and finalists of the National Awards for Pastoral Care in Education 2023.
Congratulations to all winners and finalists on your fantastic achievements.
National Awards for Pastoral Care in Education 2023 – The Winners
Pastoral School of the Year – Sponsored by Schools Consent Project
Presented by Luke Ramsden, Chair of Trustees for School Consent Project
A school that can demonstrate a commitment to pastoral care and support for learners that makes a real difference in the progress and personal development of young people in the school.
Richard Cloudesley School
Up Holland High School, Lancashire
St Patrick College Dungiven
RGS The Grange
Holy Trinity Primary School
Pastoral Team of the Year – Sponsored by Connect to Purpose
Presented by Georgina Saralis Founder and CEO, Connect to Purpose
A team that works in pastoral care and can demonstrate a determination to support young people to achieve their full potential and a positive impact on the young people they work with.
Pastoral Team, Stockport Academy
Pastoral Team at Shireland Collegiate Academy
SENDi Team Tudor Grange Academy Worcester
Institute of Policing’s Work Based Education Officers Team
Team of Student Managers, Preston College
Pastoral Member of Staff of the Year – Sponsored by North London Collegiate School, Jeju, South Korea
Presented by Jill Robson, NAPCE National Secretary
A member of staff who works in pastoral care and who always makes the extra effort to support young people to enable them to become effective learners and achieve success.
Liz Tzouliou, East Barnet School
Matt Pont Beck Primary School
Raymond Kelly, St Patrick College Dungiven · Thomas Carter Stead, NLCS Jeju
Aine Deane, Sacred Heart Primary School, Derry
Pastoral Leader of the Year – Sponsored by Taylor and Francis
Presented by Mel and Ellie from Majesticare
Has a passion for pastoral care that is shared with colleagues to inspire and motivate them to make a real difference in the lives of the young people they work with.
Aine Deane, Sacred Heart Primary School, Derry
Donna Merry, Southend YMCA Community School
Liz Weddle, JCoSS, Barnet
Kathryn Bates, Shireland Collegiate Academy, Smethwick
Andrew Keep, St Bees School
Pastoral Development of the Year – Sponsored by Crown House Publishing
Presented by Ron Skelton, Headteacher and CEO, Broadway Academy, Birmingham
A pastoral initiative or idea that has achieved positive outcomes and has improved the learning experience and future life chances, for young people.
Raymond Herron, St. Mary’s Christian Brothers Grammar School
Christ the King Sixth Forms
Inclusion Hub, Friern Barnet School
Leighton Park School
St. Louis Grammar School Ballymena
Outstanding Contribution to Pastoral Care – Sponsored by Eileen Donnelly Educational Development Limited
Presented by Eileen Donnelly, Member of NAPCE National Executive Committee
A person, group or organisation that has made a real difference in pastoral care, for the benefit of young people.
Mohammed Adam, Manchester Academy
Girls on Board
Heather Tuffs, Nidderdale High School
Lads Like Us
Sacred Heart PS, Derry
Raising Awareness about Pastoral Care – Sponsored by The Association of School and College Leaders
Presented by Margaret Mulholland from ASCL
An individual, group or organisation who through their actions have raised awareness about pastoral care or pastoral issues and encouraged positive improvements for the benefit of young people.
Ellie Costello, Team Square Peg
Stephen Page, All Saints Catholic College
Pastoral Care Department, Glenlola Collegiate School
Highfield and Brookham Schools
International Contribution to Pastoral Care Award – Sponsored by Global Equality Collective
Presented by Chloe English, World Irish Dancing Champion
An international school, organisation outside of the UK or an individual working in research or in an international school outside of the UK, that has promoted or delivered high quality pastoral care.
Charlene Secondary School Kiryandongo, Uganda
Bromsgrove International School Thailand
University of Malta
International School Ikast-Brande