The Anti-bullying Innovation Award is open to all schools in Surrey and aims to highlight and share great ideas that are being implemented in schools across the county that demonstrate the key themes of Surrey County Council’s new Bullying Prevention Strategy for schools – inclusion and restorative practice.
To enter, schools need to submit a description of what they’ve done to tackle bullying. The judging panel will particularly be looking for projects that can demonstrate some or all of:
- Increased inclusion and/or use of restorative practice in schools*
- Involved students in the design and implementation
- Can show the positive impact they have had
- Are using feedback or evaluation to continue to improve their work
A panel of young people and adults including representatives from various young people’s groups will judge the entries.
Three schools will be selected as finalists. The overall winning entry will receive a trophy and £75 towards their ongoing project. The runners up will receive £40 towards their project and a certificate. All young people directly involved in delivering the finalists’ projects will receive certificates.
Entries can be made on the application form and the competition is open until 5pm on 15th Dec 2017. Please email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org. Winners will be announced in the New Year.
The award is being run by Surrey County Council in partnership with The Eikon Charity to encourage sharing of ideas that lead to better outcomes for young people.
Surrey County Council’s new Bullying Prevention Strategy for Schools is being launched in Nov 2017 and will be available at www.surreylocaloffer.org.uk.