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North Tyneside Learning Trust Star Awards 2016

posted 27 Apr 2016, 05:01 by Linn Hoggins   [ updated 27 Apr 2016, 08:16 ]




The NTLT Star Awards honour and celebrate the outstanding achievements of children and young people in North Tyneside. Anyone can make a nomination and each nominee is considered a winner in his or her own right and will receive a certificate. Finalists will be invited to a glittering awards ceremony at the Assembly Rooms on Tuesday 5th July 2016.

Please hand this nomination form into your school’s reception or post to NTLT Star Awards, c/o Norham High School, North Shields, NE29 7BU. Closing date Friday 29th April 2016.



The awards are designed:

  • To inspire children and young people.
  • To recognise personal achievements.
  • To celebrate success.

There are eleven award categories for which a child may be nominated:


Local Hero Award:

To recognise a child or young person who has improved the lives of those around them in their community.


Winners Choice Award:

This award will be chosen by the winners of 2014 Star Awards from children and young people nominated by their peers in any other category.


Fundraising Award:

To recognise a child or young person who has raised money for a good cause, however large or small the amount.


Resilience Award:

To recognise a child or young person who has demonstrated extreme courage and determination in overcoming adversity.


Green Award:

To recognise a child or young person who pro-actively demonstrates care and concern for the environment and encourages others to do the same.


Leadership Award:

To recognise a child or young person who has demonstrated the qualities of leadership.


Inspiration Award:

To recognise a child or young person who goes to extraordinary lengths to enhance the life of others.  For example young carer, sibling support or peer support.


Volunteering Award:

To recognise a child or young person who regularly gives their time freely and unpaid doing something to benefit the environment, individuals or groups other than close relatives.


Inclusion Award:

To recognise a child or young person who has demonstrated an understanding and acceptance of other people and actively promote tolerance and cohesion.


Can Do Award:

To recognise a child or young person who demonstrates a positive attitude in everything they do.


Achievement Award:

To recognise the personal achievement of a child or young person who does not fall in any other category.


Breakthrough Award:

To recognise a child or young person who has worked hard and shown significant improvement in any area.  For example attitude, behaviour or commitment to their studies.


If you would like to nominate a child in our school, please click on the links below to view a copy of the nomination form, paper copies are available from the school office:


NTLT Nomination Form (Word Document)


NTLT Nomination Form (PDF)


DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS FRIDAY 29TH APRIL 2016.


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