National Youth Work Awards 2020
The National Youth Work Awards celebrates youth work and the youth workers who make a difference every year in the lives of young people. They are aimed at individual youth workers, managers, projects or groups for work that is delivered in youth work settings or in other settings, using a youth work approach. The awards are a mixture of universal, targeted and specialist youth work provision.
A BIG thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate. We are delighted to announce this year's finalists!
Join us at the National Youth Work Awards Dinner to help celebrate the fantastic work carried out by the youth work sector across Scotland. This showcase event will recognise amazing youth work staff and volunteers and will give you a chance to network, enjoy a fantastic dinner, entertainment and celebrate in style.
This year's Awards ceremony will be hosted by Jane McCarry, a BAFTA award winning actor best known for playing nosey pensioner Isa Drennan in the iconic sitcom Still Game. Younger viewers might remember her as Granny Murray from the hit C-Beebies show ‘Me Too’. (An unfortunate title in this climate) Jane trained at Queen Margaret College in Edinburgh.... many... many years ago and has worked extensively in theatre, radio and TV since.
Jane is also a secondary school teacher and has worked in mainstream, behaviour support and with young people with complex needs in a variety of Glasgow schools. She is honoured and excited to be hosting The National Youth Workers Awards 2020 and to be in the company of so many inspiring and exceptional young people.
Prices: £85.00 plus VAT (£102.00) for individual places. Tables of 10 available at £800.00 plus VAT (£960.00).