12 October 2023
The nasen Awards, widely regarded as a benchmark for excellence in inclusion, celebrate and honor exceptional individuals and organisations that have made remarkable strides in promoting and advancing inclusivity.
The Co-Production Initiative of the Year category recognises the Junior School’s Neurodiversity Champions initiative for exemplifying collaborative efforts, engaging diverse stakeholders to create environments that are embracing and nurturing for everyone, irrespective of their abilities, backgrounds, or circumstances.
The nasen Awards provide a platform to acknowledge the often-overlooked contributions of those who have dedicated themselves to fostering environments that are truly inclusive. These awards celebrate the unwavering commitment of individuals and organisations that tirelessly work towards equality and accessibility.
The winners of the nasen Awards 2023 were unveiled during a grand ceremony last weekend in Birmingham, which was attended by Mrs Emily Rushton (Assistant Head of Middle School) who initiated the Junior School Neurodiversity Champions programme.
“It was an inspiring evening and very humbling to be recognised for our commitment to inclusion,” said Mrs Emily Rushton, Assistant Head and GDST Consultant Teacher for SEND. “I am so proud of our students and the work they have put in to raise the profile of neurodiversity across the school.”
Bromley High Junior School’s award is a testament to the school’s commitment to creating a nurturing and diverse learning environment.