The awards also corresponded with the two-year anniversary since the launch of the local multi-agency Families First Triage Panels.
Over 120 partners attended, including schools, voluntary and community services, district councils, family centre services, police, local school partnerships and many others who enjoyed an afternoon tea and celebration at the Watersmeet Theatre in the Three Rivers District.
There were nominations made from across the partnerships and with so many great nominations, it proved a very difficult process to choose the winners. So those that were chosen as winners of the awards should all be feeling very proud and we would like to say a special congratulations to:-
Jon Nelson – Herts Mind Network – Community Engagement Award
Jenny Morley – Warren Dell School – Partnership School of the Year
Nicki McGrinder – Baldock Schools Partnerships – Key Worker of the Year
Sam Lemay – One YMCA – Support Worker of the Year
Debbie Stone – IFS W&TR – Manager/Team Leader of the Year
Maxine Bromyard – Citizens Advice – Unsung Hero Award
WGC & Hatfield Schools Partnership + Stanborough School – Innovative Early Intervention Award
YC Hertfordshire, Broxbourne and East Herts – Services to Young People Team of the Year
South West Herts Partnership – Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences Through Practice
Martins Wood School – Services to Families Team of the Year
Harpenden Plus Schools Partnership – Collaborative Team of the Year
Families First Triage Team – Team of the Year
Take a look at our screen show which celebrates all the good work taking place...