Student Achievement Awards
COBIS schools were invited to nominate up to three students for a Student Achievement Award this academic year.
Congratulations to all students who received a Student Achievement Award this year. More than 250 students from 99 schools were given this accolade.
The list of award recipients can be viewed via the link below. Please note, the list only contains those students for whom we have publication permission.
Reasons for nomination
The Student Achievement Awards was open to all COBIS schools, including Applicant schools. Students in Key Stages 2-5 were eligible for nomination.
The award recognises outstanding individual achievements or contributions to an aspect of school or community life. Students can be nominated for the award for a number of reasons, including:
- Exceptional academic achievement
- Outstanding effort
- Commitment to a charitable cause
- Commitment to environmental sustainability
- Significant contribution to the wider life of the school
- Significant contribution to the wider community
- A remarkable demonstration of compassion or kindness
- Resilience in the face of adversity
Schools could also nominate students for another reason not listed above.
What did nominated students receive?
Students received a digital certificate in recognition of their accomplishments. In keeping with our focus on sustainability, rather than producing awards for students, we made to a charitable donation to Cool Earth on behalf of the students who have been nominated. Cool Earth is a charity that works with local people to halt deforestation and climate change.
Terms and Conditions
We would like to thank CPOMS for sponsoring the Student Achievement Awards
CPOMS is a system for monitoring child protection, safeguarding, SEND and a range of pastoral and welfare issues. Staff are given appropriate levels of access to match their level of involvement with the relevant concerns. Using CPOMS, schools can ensure that students are safe and fully supported, whilst safeguarding leads and school staff can focus on teaching and providing support, instead of administration.