Step 1 - Read your school award application pack
This will be sent to the nominated school. Read all eight documents in the
school award application pack in numerical order:
- Applying for the award: four step guide for schools.
- Guidelines for school nominations.
- Frequently asked questions.
- List of school award application questions.
- Guide to notifying all parents and carers of your school nomination.
- School nomination support form for the parent/carer to fill in.
- School nomination support form for the healthcare professional to fill in.
Step 2 - Tell all parents and carers of students about your Nomination
As a nominated school, you must tell all parents and carers of students at your school that your school has been nominated for the award, and invite them to complete a brief online parent survey, enabling them to support or oppose your application for the award.
You can find out more about this step on our notifying parents section.
Step 3 - Get your supporting documents ready
Make sure you have the following supporting documents:
- One signed and completed parent/carer school nomination support form.
- One signed and completed healthcare professional school nomination support form.
- Your school’s up-to-date Medical Conditions Policy.
- Evidence that you have told parents/carers about your school’s nomination.
Step 4 - Start your award application
- Go to our online application form
- Follow the instructions and upload the supporting documents when you are prompted to.
- Submit your application.
- Once you have submitted your award application, you will no longer be able to access or edit your application.
- The application will then be sent to the Diabetes UK Good Diabetes Care in School Award assessment group.
Applications will take around six weeks to process.