TES Awards Triple Crown
We are thrilled to have been shortlisted in no less than three categories in this year’s Times Educational Supplement Independent School Awards. These awards recognise the very best work and achievements across UK independent schools with a judging panel of the most experienced leaders in the sector.
This is a brilliant achievement for the whole school – and notably our shortlisted awards are all for projects that were collective efforts across the school community.
Wellbeing Initiative of the Year – recognising the provision and effort from across the school, the community and indeed across the globe, to support each other, our partners and beyond during the recent lockdowns.
Strategic Initiative of the Year – for the development of our Shadow Board of young alumni who work alongside the Board of Trustees. The Shadow Board will help ensure Caterham’s focus remains on preparing young people for the rapidly changing world of work they are graduating into, and ensure that the voice of our young people from BAME communities are heard at the highest level of decision-making.
Creativity Award – for the Academic Shorts series that was another huge hit during lockdown. Led by Mathew Owen and embraced by staff and pupils, Academic Shorts demonstrated the breadth of interests, knowledge and the shear enthusiasm for academic subjects. It was a brilliant way to connect whilst virtual schooling, and has begun an enduring video library packed full of inspiration.
These nominations follow Caterham’s previous TES award win for Best Use of Digital and shortlist for both Best Alumni Engagement and Best Strategic Initiative.Back to all news