"The What’s on 4 Kids Activities Awards are our opportunity to share in the celebrations and individual and collective achievements of a wonderful business community. Inspiration, collaboration and pure passion for the safety, development and wellbeing of children are never off the agenda and we always leave the event with a great sense of pride for all those recognised."
Open to any individual activity leader, teacher or coach providing structured children's activities operating anywhere in the UK or business manager of a children's activities business or organisation operating anywhere in the UK. A map of the regions can be found here.
Judges will be looking for candidates who can demonstrate examples of innovation and excellence but also those who have gone above and beyond for the greater good , those whose contribution reaches beyond their own business and impacts the broader sector/community too - either directly or with innovative 'best practice'.
In memory of Steve Franks who contributed so significantly to the children's activities sector. Steve sadly passed away in April 2020 from COVID-19 complications. Steve's legacy lives on through many initiatives to improve the lives of children across the UK and our thoughts remain with his family, friends and colleagues.
This is a judged award. Open to any individual working in the sector who has demonstrated remarkable achievement - this could be a significant business achievement, community or charity achievement or a personal battle - or a combination.
Open to any children's activity programme running in the UK that started after 1st January 2021.
For any children's activities provider who demonstrates good practice within the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion
Including archery, athletics, baseball, basketball, canoeing, cheerleading, circus skills, climbing, cricket, cycling, fencing, fitness, football, goalball, golf, gymnastics, hockey, horseriding, ice skating, judo, karate, karting, kayaking, kickboxing, laser tag/quest, mayorettes, martial arts, motor sports, movement, netball, active play, rugby, sailing, scuba diving, skate parks, skating, skiing, snowboarding, surfing, swimming, sword fencing, table tennis, tampoline, water sports, yoga.
Open to any company or organisation with a significant part of their programme based on physical activity operating in any part of the UK.
Leaders refers to activity leaders, teachers or coaches delivering one or more of the activity programmes across the whole of the UK.
Including choir, dance, drama, film making, music, music and movement, music lessons, performing arts, role play, singing.
Open to any company or organisation with a significant part of their programme based on music and/or the performing arts operating in any part of the UK.
Leaders refers to activity leaders,
teachers or coaches delivering one or more of the activity programmes
across the whole of the UK.
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