Period 2 Nomination Dates
Nominations closed at 5pm on Monday 31 May.
Keep a look out on this page for updates on when the next period of nominations will open.
Nominate your school now!
Update 01 June: nominations are currently closed
It only takes a few minutes to nominate. If your school is successful they can join the 200 schools that have been awarded this honour when the awards were first run, and the 191 schools who have received the award since October 2018. We're delighted to add the list of successful schools for 2019/20 towards the bottom of the page.
This prestigious award is open to both primary and secondary schools. It is the only such honour that Diabetes UK offers and is a fantastic way to demonstrate the great care provided to children with diabetes in school.
We celebrate the schools that work with parents and healthcare professionals to ensure children with diabetes have as easy an experience at school as possible.
Whether you’re a parent, care, member of school staff of healthcare professional, you can nominate a school
Remember by taking part, your school be recognised as setting a great standard of care. They will also get:
- A beautiful trophy, which is valid for two years.
- Use of the Good Diabetes Care in School Award logo on all your print and digital stationery.
- Feature on the Diabetes UK Honour Wall.
- An opportunity for positive local media attention about your school’s achievements.
- Ongoing support from us to help with best practice and updated methods of care.
What happens after I've made a nomination?
Once we receive your nomination, we will email the school informing them of their nomination along with advance notice on how they can apply for the award. When applications open, we'll then invite them to apply for the award.
We won't be collecting personal data, names or details of any children who attend the school.
However, we will ask you to provide data about the school. We'll only use this data for the purposes of the award
The Good Diabetes Care in Schools Award is awarded by Diabetes UK based on information supplied by the school, parents of children attending the school and at least one independent healthcare professional at the time of award. School resources, practices and management may change at any time for reasons out of our control. Diabetes UK accepts no responsibility for any claims, losses or any type of damage whatsoever arising out of any reliance on an award, or its decision to make or not make an award to a school.