Check the conditions of entry, find some hints and tips and read through the guidance on making a nomination (See nomination guidance notes below). The nomination process will be open from
1 January 2018.
Nominations close as of midnight on Sunday 24 June.
Before making a nomination it is important that you have read and understood the relevant category criteria the nomination will be assessed against.
Conditions of Entry
Check the FAQs first before making your nomination
Make your nomination
Browse through the awards categories, read the criteria and submit your nomination
Nomination hints and tips
Follow some basic hints and tips for completing your online application
Before making a nomination it is important that you have read and understood the relevant category criteria the nomination will be assessed against. You should also look at the conditions of entry.
In submitting a nomination you should provide as much relevant information as possible to assist the judges in making an informed judgement on the merits of the nominations received. This should include:
- Background on the nomineee – name (school/individual), position held (if appropriate), and contact details.
- A detailed description of what the school/individuals have done to merit the Award. This should include relevant examples of impact/outcomes etc.
- Contact details for the person making the nomination.
- Supporting evidence/material.
You may wish to consider drafting the nomination offline in a word document before uploading it to the nomination form when you are ready.
For school pupils wishing to nominate a teacher you may wish to consider drafting the nomination with fellow pupils, and possibly involve another member of staff at the school.
Nominations should be no more than 750 words.