Closing date for nominations Friday 2nd June 2017!!!
The Dr John Roberts CBE Q.C Achievement Awards ceremony was established in 2005, by Margaret Noel founder of Descendants. Margaret was inspired by her sister Kim Noel, who unexpectedly passed away in 2004, aged 35. Kim always continued to ‘Aim higher’ even after having a mental health breakdown.
The awards recognise the achievements and attainments of children and young people of African and Caribbean descent with Ealing schools asked to nominate outstanding pupils (in year 6 primary, all secondary and special education pupils) in the following Categories: –
- Students who excel in all areas of their education
- Students who work hard and achieve against all the odds
- Student of the Year – male
- Student of the Year – female
- Students who excel in Arts
- Students who excel in Sports
- Students with Entrepreneurial vision
- Overall Outstanding Student
- Future Leader
Important notes for Primary Schools
We are looking for “exceptional children/young people who have excelled in their education”. We are particularly interested in children who have excelled in “Science and Maths”. Perhaps you have the perfect candidate in your classroom? If you would like to submit a nomination, please download the relevant form below. One nomination per form, please.
Primary Pupil Nomination Form
Secondary Pupil Nomination Forms
Primary Schools Information Letter
Secondary Schools Information Letter
The Big Night
The Awards will be given out by our very special guests at a glittering ceremony, giving our nominees, their families and friends the opportunity to get dressed up and enjoy a well deserved – and extremely glamorous! – celebration. This year’s event – our 13th! – will take place on Friday 7th July at the Double Tree by Hilton, Ealing Common.
This will be an inspirational event, not to be missed so mark those calendars now!
Keep checking the website and Facebook for updates, but in the meantime, take a few moments to remind yourself of our most recent events and the outstanding children and young people that were honoured here, here and here