The ISA Awards Ceremony 2019 took place last night and we were delighted to award 14 highly deserving winners with their trophies.
41 finalists and over 200 guests joined together to commend the outstanding provision that takes place in ISA schools across the country and to celebrate the successful outcomes that our members are exceptional at achieving for the pupils in their care. We would like to applaud all our finalists for their fantastic work, dedication and passion to provide the very best for their school.
The evening was held at our Autumn Study Conference and hosted by Athlete and Olympic Legend Derek Redmond, who inspired us all with his story of how perseverance and mental strength can pull you through even the hardest of times – an important message to pass on to our pupils who face the tough challenges of today’s world.
Congratulations to our winners of the ISA Awards 2019 for their tremendous achievement. We hope you will proudly share your success with your schools, parents and wider community.
The winners for the ISA Awards 2019 are:
ISA Award for Successful Change Management
Huddersfield Grammar School (N)
ISA Junior and Prep School Award for Academic Excellence and Innovation – Sponsored by Educater
Adcote School (M)
ISA Award for Excellence in Extra-Curricular Activities
EF Academy, Torbay (SW)
ISA Senior School Award for Academic Excellence and Innovation – Sponsored by eTeach
Holme Grange School (LW)
ISA Award for Outstanding Sport (Small School – one class per year group)
Woodlands School, Great Warley (E)
ISA Award for Outstanding Sport (Large School – more than one class per year group)
Colchester High School (E)
ISA Early Years Award for Excellence and Innovation in Provision – Sponsored by Early Excellence
St George’s Preparatory School (LS)
ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in the Fine Arts
Duke of Kent School (LS)
ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in the Performing Arts
Ditcham Park School (LW)
ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in Mental Health and Wellbeing – Sponsored by The Safeguarding Alliance
Thorpe Hall School (E)
ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in Partnerships
Alderley Edge School for Girls (N)
ISA Green School Award – Sponsored by Unify Schools
The Firs School (N)
ISA Award for Outstanding Provision for Learning Support – Sponsored by Frog
Rushmoor School (LN)
ISA Award for Outstanding Community Involvement – Sponsored by Christie & Co
Claires Court (LW)