Scolliow Yah Kernow Awards
2011 has been the fourth year of our highly successful awards. We introduced them in 2008 and built on their success in 2009, our tenth birthday year and in 2010.
The 2011 awards
In 2011 we were delighted to receive nominations for Outstanding Coordinator Contribution to Healthy Schools.
Anne Melling, Bishop Cornish CE VA Primary School
Read about Bishop Cornish CE VA School's work on emotional health and wellbeing on our ReSET pages.
Angela Bluett, Delabole CP School
Jakki Williams, Heamoor CP School
Read about Heamoor CP School's work on healthy choices and increased physical activity.
Ann Force, Kennall Vale School
Read about Kennall Vale's Healthy Schools Plus work on our case studies page.
Helen Werry, Restormel Short Stay School
Helen has been working on developing positive attitudes among pupils, improving their self-esteem and improving their attendance in SRE.
Wendy Lloyd, The Roseland Community College
Wendy has been working on helping students to be more responsible for their own healthy eating, increased physical activity and improved self-esteem.
Jenna Marriott, Trenance Learning Academy
Jenna has been working on increasing parents' and children's knowledge and practice around staying safe in the sun.
Kathleen Hampshire, Trevithick Academy
Kathleen has been working on ensuring that children throughout the school demonstrate an excellent grounding in SRE together with developing parent-school relationships and giving parents and children the awareness to develop better relationships.
Debbie Clifton-Griffith, Trewirgie Junior School
Read about Debbie's work at Trewirgie Junior School. They chose to work on building self-esteem, introducing golden tickets, star of the week, a creative skills group, RTime, Speakeasy and sessions like healthy pancake-making.
Chellew McShane, Weeth CP School
Working on healthy weight and healthy choices, Weeth implemented Bikeability and also set up a new after-school singing and dancing Glee Club which they called Gleeth, read more.