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Shine a Light Awards 2019

 

Celebrating excellence in speech, language and communication provision

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Welcome to the Shine a Light Awards!

We are searching for outstanding schools, teams, young people and individuals in the UK who champion innovative work and excellent practice in supporting children and young people’s communication development. Enter or nominate today!

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2019 Host and Entertainment 
Sally Phillips head shot

 

We are pleased to announce that British comic actress and writer, Sally Philips will be hosting the 2019 awards.

 

 

Lee Ridley Head shot

 

Britain’s Got Talent winner, Lee Ridley, also known as the Lost Voice Guy will be performing at the 2019 awards.

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Download our 2019 Communications Toolkit (250 KB) and help us reach more amazing people doing great work in SLCN!  

 

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Enter or Nominate Now! 

Deadline: 20th December 2018 @ 11.59pm (GMT)

Entries/nominations can be submitted in one of the following two formats: 

  1. Written application of no more than 1000 words (word count may vary, please refer to word allocation for each question).

  2. Video application lasting no longer than 5 minutes, with a 250-word supporting statement.

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Watch highlights from the 2018 Shine a Light Awards with host, Adam Hess

 

Background

The Shine a Light Awards was launched in 2011, in partnership with The Communication Trust as part of 'Hello', the national year of communication campaign. 

Each year, we invite individuals and organisations to share their approach to innovation and best practice; the impact their work has had and why speech, language and communication needs are important to them. For over six years, the awards have been successful, in bringing to the forefront the outstanding achievement of more than 100 leading organisations and individuals. 

Read about our previous award winner, to understand why they were shining examples of best practice in SLC/N. 

> Download Awards Terms and Conditions (357 KB)

 

 

 
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