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PGW named Best Education Product of the Year at The Mental Health & Wellbeing Awards!

We are so excited to announce that Sweet Education, has this month been presented with the award for Best Education Product 2022 at The Mental Health and Wellbeing Wales Awards.

The award was given for Sweet’s Personal Growth and Wellbeing (PGW) Resource, which supports 11 to 16-year-old students to achieve an accredited BTEC qualification.

The Awards took place on World Mental Health Day (10th October) at the Village Hotel, Cardiff.

Judges were bowled over by the incredible testimonials from Sweet students and schools, which they said spoke volumes about the positive difference the PGW has made.

The judges were also impressed by Sweet’s impact on students’ social and emotional wellbeing, and how the PGW helps to successfully prepare young people for life as adults.

Sweet Founder, Andrew Cooksley, said: “The impact that the Sweet PGW has on pupils is amazing. We have more schools and centres on board than ever before, so the timing of this award is great, as it reinforces what a fantastic resource and qualification it is.

“The feedback that we get from teachers and pupils is really brilliant, and we are absolutely over the moon that this has been recognised by the judges.

“We have the best team on the planet, and this award is testament to their amazing work in creating such a successful and impactful resource.”

The PGW resource is mapped against both the English and Welsh curricula. In England, the resource covers the entire PSHE and RSE specifications. In Wales, the resource meets all strands of the new Health and Wellbeing AoLE, as well as the PSE and RSE specifications.

The PGW is currently used by schools in every local authority in Wales, with over 200 centres currently delivering the resource. The resource and qualification are also becoming increasingly popular throughout England and the company has recently branched out to deliver in international schools.

The Mental Health and Wellbeing Awards is managed and organised by The Ajuda Foundation, a community interest company that promotes positive mental health in organisations, individuals and communities across Wales. All money raised will be used to educate hard to reach communities and organisations.

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