Bilton High School shortlisted for national TES awards for safeguarding students during covid-19 lockdown
Bilton High School have been shortlisted for the national TES awards for safeguarding students during covid-19 lockdown
“Our staff work incredibly hard in safeguarding our young people, so this is a fantastic achievement, and we are grateful for the chance to be showcased alongside some prestigious names in the category.” said Tim Chambers, Headteacher at Bilton School.
“We have prioritised the use of technology in encouraging student engagement throughout our school, making it easier for children to come forward, and overcome stigma in asking for help. We are very proud to be shortlisted by TES.” Gaynor Davy, Designated Safeguarding Lead at Bilton School.
“Our staff work incredibly hard in safeguarding our young people, so this is a fantastic achievement, and we are grateful for the chance to be showcased alongside some prestigious names in the category. We are pleased to be recognised for our commitment to removing barriers to reporting for young people, giving young people a comfortable way to communicate with us,” said Tim Chambers, Headteacher at Bilton School.
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Bilton Students, DSL and Deputy DSL
Jon Severs, TES Editor and chief judge of the school TES Awards said “This year has seen some incredibly high-quality entries so every teacher and school who has been named in this shortlist should be very proud – it’s a fantastic achievement. We are looking forward to showcasing, as we do every year, just how vital our education professionals are to every facet of this country. Teachers, leaders and support staff all play such an important role in schools – this is our chance to say thank you.”
Bilton safeguarding team will be attending the award ceremony, on the 23rd June 2023, hosted by actor James Nesbitt at the prestigious Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane. The winner will be decided upon by a panel of expert judges from the industry.