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🏆 and the winners are… 🏆

⭐ Success Looks Different 2023 ⭐

The Inclusion Ambassadors are a group of school pupils in Scotland with additional support needs. They passionately believe that success looks different for everyone – and it shouldn’t only be measured in grades or exam results. To celebrate this they set up the Success Looks Different Awards. These awards recognise schools and nurseries that celebrate different types of success 🙂 inclusion education scotland


This year the Inclusion Ambassadors Success Looks Different Awards were split into four categories, with a new Early Years award on offer:

Early Years

Primary School

Secondary School

Special School

Here are the winners from each category!

Early Years

Winner: Woodlands Nursery Centre, South Lanarkshire

The Inclusion Ambassadors chose Woodlands Nursery Centre because they loved the many different and individualised ways that children are able to express their needs and wants.

Runner-up: Wallace Town EYC, South Ayrshire

Primary School

Winner: Williamston Primary School, West Lothian

The Inclusion Ambassadors were impressed due to the many real-life examples used in Williamston Primary’s entry. For example, they showed how pupils and the wider school community are involved in sharing different types of success.

Runner-up: Houston Primary, Renfrewshire

Secondary School

Winner: Our Lady and Saint Patrick’s, West Dunbartonshire

The Inclusion Ambassadors recognised the creative approach that Our Lady and Saint Patrick’s takes to celebrating success. This is especially important with how they involve pupils and do something different.

Runner-up: Park Mains High School, Erskine

Special School

Winner: Fairview School, Perth

The Inclusion Ambassadors chose Fairview School because they were impressed with the importance they place on relationships, creativity and pupil voice.

Runner-up: East Park School, Glasgow

Well done to everyone who was nominatedthe Inclusion Ambassadors feel inspired due to the standard of entries being so high.

In the meantime, if you would like to find out anything more about the Inclusion Ambassadors or the Success Looks Different Awards, you can get in touch with us.

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