Epilepsy education award

The Education award is open to all those working in the sector.

Nominations are open for Young Epilepsy’s newly-launched Champions Awards.

The charity is seeking to recognise the outstanding contribution that many individuals and organisations make towards improving the lives of young people with epilepsy. There are ten awards up for grabs, with one focussing specifically on education.

The Education award is for anyone working in the sector, including SENCOs, teachers, teaching assistants and headteachers.

The winners will be announced on 26 March 2013 at a ceremony in London. Awards will be presented by Philip Martin-Brown, from TV’s Waterloo Road, who has epilepsy.
The charity launched the awards at its recent Complex Epilepsy conference in Solihull.

For more information and to make a nomination, visit:

SEN News Team
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