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Rowhill School award for Resilience and Emotional wellbeing

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The Resilience Awards are to celebrate your achievements throughout this past challenging year and beyond.

Developed from discussions with members of Kent Youth Voice about their experiences of 2020, these awards were created to help you recognise what you have achieved under difficult circumstances. For some of you this is learning a new skill, supporting your own or other’s mental health or getting prepared to return to full-time education. For many, it is about acts of kindness that helped you and others stay safe and well.

There are four stand alone awards ‘Ready to Learn’, ‘Mental Health Hero’, ‘Skills Superstar’ and ‘Kindness Champion’. We are inviting you to submit evidence alongside your application for an award, and in return we will recognise your efforts, with a badge, limited edition certificate, and the opportunity to be featured in our online celebration of Kent Youth.

You can apply for all four awards, all you need to do is answer three questions for each category, and demonstrate through your supporting evidence:

  • Kindness Champion
  • Mental Health Hero
  • Ready To Learn
  • Skills Superstar

To promote self- esteem we will be encouraging learners and staff to write nice comments about each other on a post it note and place it on the tree.


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Well done James for getting 100% on power calculations – Christine

Mason for excellent work – Gary

Liam working well on car design in Art – Charlotte

Alfie positive attitude towards his work. Does kind things for his class mates – Gordan

Arthur for super hard work in Pythons

Brandon for keeping on trying, even when it gets tough

Sophie worked hard in ICT and produced good work – Julie

Freddy for a much better effort in his work

Jimmy being very creative, making models from playdough, pipe cleaners and making the right choice all week.

Transitional Hub – well done to the basketball team who represented Rowhill, showing resilience and a positive attitude throughout.

Nathan teaching Ollie how to play chess, well done.

Precious making good choices.

Oliver for being really kind and helpful – Tara

Megan for being helpful and kind in class – Glynda

Matthew for working well with fluffy. Matthew was gentle and clam with fluffy – Katie

Ivsn at clip and climb he overcome his fear and climbed to the very top of all the activities, well done.


Emotional Wellbeing team and learners from Rowhill School have created 2 animations on ASD children with sleeping disorders. The purpose of these animations is:

  • Voice of the child – a key focus identified within the emotional wellbeing and resilience tool kit
  • To support children and families who have ASD and sleeping difficulties
  • To raise awareness of these issues and mental health within school and wider community
  • To improve working relationships with professionals

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