Doncaster SHINES – celebrating the stars who support children and young people's health and wellbeing

   

Doncaster Public Health organised the Doncaster SHINES event to showcase the good public health practice across Doncaster.

The event celebrated achievement and recognised individuals and teams who go the extra mile to support children and young people's health and wellbeing.  Although there are challenges we face, we want to take the opportunity to demonstrate the positive differences we are all making to children and young people's lives in Doncaster.

The Doncaster SHINES event takes place on Thursday 28th March 2019 3pm - 6pm at Castle Park, Armthorpe.

View the programme for the event; 

DONCASTER SHINES Programme_28_3_19
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The awards:

Partnership working: "This award recognises a commitment to partnership working, that delivers real improvement to the health and wellbeing of children and young people across Doncaster.  In this category you must demonstrate  examples of cross agency working with at involvement of at least two different organisations (including yourselves)  (health, education, voluntary, etc)."

 

Health and Wellbeing Champion (young person): "This award recognises outstanding achievement of a young health champion in terms of raising a health issue amongst their peers and making an impact on their communities health and wellbeing."

Health and Wellbeing Champion (adult): "This award recognises outstanding achievement of an adult champion in terms of going the extra mile to support the health and wellbeing of young people in Doncaster."

 *if you are a health professional, this must demonstrate that the contribution is over and above your day to day role

Innovation: "This award showcases innovation to improve the health and wellbeing of young people, this could include the use of new technology, ways of working, campaigns, training and engagement"

Engagement with children and young people: "This award demonstrates actively seeking views from young people, which is then used to shape and influence practice.  This could include examples of where young people are actively involved in planning, delivery and evaluation."

Team: "This award recognises a team that goes above and beyond to support the health and wellbeing of children and young people.  This could be a team in health, education, voluntary sector, etc."

Community health and wellbeing project: "This award celebrates the success of a place based initiative that improves the health and wellbeing of children and young people in a way that contributes to long lasting change." 

Schools Award (This award will be categorised as follows: 0-5, 5-11, 11-18): "This award celebrates the success of an education setting, that improves the health and wellbeing of children and young people through their work.  This submission must demonstrate the need, outcomes and impact.  If you have already achieved the Healthy Learning Healthy Lives accreditation, your submission must go beyond the accreditation criteria."

 

View the full list of winners and runners up here.