The ceremony was a huge celebration for children activities professionals, their teams and the sector as a whole plus an opportunity to network with like-minded people!
Once again it is with sincere thanks to NatWest that we brought together our finalists, sponsors and very special guests for the awards ceremony in central London.
Guests were looked after by our debonair host, Jonathan Bremner, and entertained by Girls from Oz and the amazing Little Voices students.
Baroness D'Souza and Steve Franks spoke so passionately about the Children First Alliance and Ben Sutcliffe from Caudwell Children spoke about the amazing work of the charity and how Children's Activities Week 2019 has changed the lives of so many children with autism.
What a fabulous evening for all our finalists, sponsors and VIPs!
Huge congratulations go to all our finalists, highly commendeds and the 2019 winners.
Our wonderful photo memories of the whole evening have been captured once again by Kelly Reeves Photography.
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.
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.
Including arts and crafts, messy play, pottery painting, languages, academic classes, science, computing, photography, reading, storytelling, gardening
Open to any company or organisation with a significant part of their programme based on academic or creative activities in any part of the UK.
Open to any company or organisation with a programme specifically for children under 18 months old 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.
Open to any company or organisation with a programme or format specifically for children's parties 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 - and therefore do not enter this category if you are a franchise territory owner.
Open to any children's activity programme running in the UK that started since January 2017
Open to any not-for-profit children's activity running in the UK. Must be a registered Charity or Community Interest Company.
Open to any individual activity leader providing children's activities anywhere in the UK on a volunteer basis.
Open to any individual person representing a member of the CAA.
(This award is judged by the CAA Board and nominees will be asked to submit additional information)
Thank you to all these organisations that make the What's On 4 Kids Awards possible
"We are delighted to be the headline sponsor for the National What’s On 4 Kids Awards once again! At Morton Michel we have over 54 years’ experience in childcare insurance and have been providing specialist cover for childcare groups for over 40 years. As a founding member of the Children’s Activities Association we are passionate about raising the professional standards in this area of the childcare industry and these awards are a fantastic opportunity to recognise the very best of the UK’s kids' clubs, classes, teachers and party providers!"
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