Shortlist revealed for CYP Now Awards 2012

Ravi Chandiramani
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Judges for this year's Children & Young People Now Awards have scrutinised nearly 400 entries and their assessments have produced shortlists in each of the 19 categories.

The Hurlingham Club in London will host the CYP Now awards ceremony
The Hurlingham Club in London will host the CYP Now awards ceremony

A panel of young judges is examining the shortlisted entries and their marks will count towards determining the overall winners.

The CYP Now awards are now in their seventh year. The 2012 winners will be revealed at a gala ceremony on the evening of Thursday 29 November at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, London.

Congratulations to all those who have been shortlisted and thank you to all those who entered.

You can view the shortlist here.

This year’s judges:

Maggie Atkinson, children’s commissioner for England
Michael Bracey, assistant director of children’s services, Milton Keynes   
Phil Di Leo, head of additional needs and disabilities, Haringey Council
Kamini Gadhok, chief executive, Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
Kate Groucutt, deputy chief executive, Daycare Trust
Katherine Horler, chief executive, Adviza   
Gareth Jones, Youth Offending Team manager, Halton and Warrington
Maggie Jones, chief executive, Children England               
Shaun Kelly, head of safeguarding, Action for Children
Sally Orr, head of early years, Hertfordshire Council
Lorraine Petersen, chief executive, Nasen   
Liam Preston, chair, British Youth Council                   
David Simmonds, chair, children and young people board, Local Government Association       
Sonia Sodha, head of policy and strategy, Social Research Unit at Dartington
Kevin Williams, chief executive, Tact                       
David Wright, chief executive, Confederation of Heads of Young People’s Services                       

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