WE PREPARE EACH STUDENT TO LIVE SUCCESSFULLY IN A GLOBALISED WORLD
As part of our quest to strengthen our pupils’ intellectual and emotional development, we value and attend to their individual needs, and thus empower them to live successfully in a globalised world, guided by values such as respect, tolerance, responsibility, critical and creative thinking, as well as a focus on self-improvement, and social commitment.
Who is eligible for the awards?
- Individual application: All staff, teaching and non-teaching, at NACE Schools’ institutions with a minimum of one full school-year worked, including employees at the group’s head office.
- Team applications: Teams comprised of professionals from NACE Schools’ institutions for a specific project or piece of work.
Submission of applications
Each school may present a maximum of two applications for each award category. The process will run as follows:
- Applications from teaching staff: In conjunction with the coordinator of the relevant stage of education, the head of the department concerned shall select the application/applications to be submitted for a given category, and shall submit the relevant form to this end.
- Applications from non-teaching staff: The headteacher of the relevant school or the corporate manager of the department concerned, alongside the corporate head of human resources and the head of the department in which a candidate is registered, shall jointly choose the application/applications worthy of being presented for a given award, and shall submit the relevant form to this end.
Each application must include:
- An application form, duly filled out and signed by all persons involved in the nomination.
- A short description of the merits upon which the nomination is based and of the objective to be achieved in order to win the award.
- Personal details of the candidate, and of all team members, as appropriate..
Timeline and rules:
- From May 10 to 25: submission of applications up to the end of May.
- The judging committee will convene during the last week of May to assess applications. Having eliminated those which fail to fulfil minimum requirements, the committee will publish a list of applications admitted to the process.
- The committee shall meet again before the end of June to evaluate projects and decide the award-winners.
- The committee may decide not to issue an award in any category if there are no applications demonstrating the required standard.
- The committee may avail itself of expert advice or request further information from the applicants.
- Following its deliberations, the committee will publish the list of award-winners, and will hold the awards ceremony during July, at a place and on a date to be decided.
- Candidates’ involvement and motivation in respect of the project.
- Benefits of the experience, whether for the candidates involved, teaching purposes, or the school.
- The quality added to the relevant category.
- Significance for the organization as a whole.