Outcomes First Group are proud to have been shortlisted this year for a number of awards including:
Education Business Awards 2018 – SEN Provision Award
These awards recognise schools across the UK for improving the standard of education and the life chances of their students, highlighting the vital work of educational professionals up and down the country.
LaingBuisson Awards 2018 – Children’s Services
We were shortlisted for a LaingBuisson award in the Children’s Services category within Social Care for the developments and achievements within our education offering. The awards recognise and celebrate industry excellence and innovative services in the public, private and third sectors.
Education Investor Awards 2018 – Private Education Group of the Year
The Education Investor Awards are presented to organisations and individuals that have made an outstanding contribution to education, with a view to promoting excellence and recognising innovation in the private education sector.
SEND Awards 2018 – Most Innovative Special Needs Intervention
These awards celebrate the most inclusive practice for young people in schools, colleges, educational settings and employment across the UK and we were shortlisted for the most innovative special needs intervention.
Out of those shortlisted, we are very proud to have won:
Autism Hero Awards – Lifetime Achiever Award
Lesley Fisher, Manager at Options Roxby House, won the Lifetime Achiever Award at Anna Kennedy Online’s Autism Hero Awards. These Awards provide a unique opportunity to acknowledge the outstanding contributions and achievements of individuals and teams who have proved excellence, dedication and commitments to impacting lives and making a real difference.
Nasen Awards 2018 – Inspirational Teacher Award
Jonathan Baron, Dance Teacher at Hillingdon Manor School, won the Inspirational Teacher Award for all his fantastic work with dance group, Autism with Attitude. The Nasen awards seek to recognise those that have helped to benefit and improve the outcomes for children and young people with special and additional educational needs and disabilities (SEND).