The Caldecott Foundation Achievements Awards Evening 2022
This week we celebrated the Foundations’ achievements with over 100 colleagues attending our event in the newly furbished Leila Rendel rooms. This was our first big event since the pandemic. We were very proud to recognise our teams’ achievements & acknowledge that at this time 8/10 services are rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted with 2 rated as ‘Good’.
Our colleagues from Fostering, Children’s Homes, Schools and support services have shown such commitment, dedication & love to the children & young people we are so fortunate to look after. This was an opportunity to thank some of them. We also acknowledged our colleagues that couldn’t attend as they were with our children. We are so grateful to D&D Autos, GPH Recruitment, 3rs Limited, Business Technology Systems, Britcab UK Cabins, Sarah Ryan and Zoe Roberts for their kind donations and contributions towards this event. Children from the Caldecott Foundation contributed to the Awards, with a Young Person’s Choice category.
Richard Ford shared a very moving and inspirational personal reflection on his time at Caldecott. John Fletcher our Treasurer gave an overview of the high points of the previous five years with much pride. Lady Kingsdown shared her delight to be part of the event and was impressed with the organisation’s developments. We were also delighted to welcome past and present members of the Board of Trustees, retired colleagues, and Caldecott care-experienced adults. A wonderful evening was enjoyed by all.
Above, Richard Ford shares a personal reflection of his time at Caldecott.
Thank you to all our colleagues for making Caldecott Foundation so special. The Awards received are as follows:
|Colleague Choice Awards|
|Phyllis Potter Award for Excellence in Support Services||Jonathan Butler|
|The Miss Dave Award for Excellence in Fostering||Jackie Neil|
|The Brabourne Award for Excellence in Education||Zoe Pegden|
|The James & Tessa King Award for Excellence in Children’s Homes||Carly Thomas|
|The Kingsdown Award – Joint Winners||Chris Abbott|
|The Leila Rendel Award for Outstanding Contribution – Joint Winners||Kevin Gore|
|Young Persons Choice Awards|
|Hornbeam – Simon Anstice||Pine Lodge – Lauren Appleton|
|Summer House – Sophie Barnett||Old Vicarage Emily Bell|
|Willow Trees – Martin Banning||Normanton Larches – Sophie Palmer|
|Woodclose Farm – Louise McPherson|
|Secondary School – Hollie Baird||Garden House – Pierce Glover|
|Fostering – Michelle Cuckow|
|Managers Choice Awards|
|Hornbeam – Olivia Mills||Pine Lodge – Samantha El Bakkali|
|Summer House – Sophie Barnett||Old Vicarage – Santa Ozola|
|Willow Trees – Tracy Blackwell||Normanton Larches – Robin Snelling|
|Primary School – Conor MacLennan||Woodclose Farm – Louise McPherson|
|Secondary School -Adele Taylor-Green||Garden House – Pierce Glover|
|Fostering – Craig Rouse|
|Long Service Awards|
|Ruth Davis – 20 years|
|Garry Marsh – 25 years||Janet Snazelle – 20 years|