Excellence Awards criteria – for intergenerational projects
There are 5 criteria, many of which will relate to children and young people in schools and Early Years settings, as well as those working on Duke of Edinburgh or Saltire Awards or engaged in their communities, but this is just as relevant for older members of our communities whether still working and fully independent, through to being in full-time care but engaged in an intergenerational project. Projects can be ‘lead’ by an individual or group(s).
A new award this year recognises the importance and key opportunity for intergenerational solidarity through Climate Action.
The five categories are:
- Creative use of space and place
- Creative use of technology
- Enabling inclusive communities
- Social justice and dignity
- Tackling climate change
More info on their website.