THE PEOPLE IN MOTION AWARDS 2017

The People in Motion® Awards recognise identify and promote the distinctiveness and diversity of the achievements in the performance of skilled movements.

  • There are 9 awards in total.
  • All “People In Motion Awards” relate to achievements during the calendar year of 2017.
  • “Individual Awards” may include achievements over a longer period.
  • Applications for individual awards must be made via nomination.

OUR OBJECTIVE

To recognise, support, promote and reward institutions, cites, towns, teachers, coaches, instructors and members of the general public who deliver high standards of physical education of skilled movement in both academic and non academic environments.

THE AWARD CATEGORIES

  • Blog Award
  • Video Award
  • Diversity Award
  • Skilled Movement Academic Teacher Award
  • School of the Year Award
  • Coach of the Year Award
  • Club of the Year
  • Innovation of the Year Award
  • Life Support Award

BENEFITS

All parties are encouraged to share their experiences and accomplishments. Entrants will benefit from:

PIMA

Increased exposure and a spotlight on positive achievements, contributing to improved reputational awareness in the sector.

Recognition of the work of your organisation and the people within it.

A chance to celebrate the sector as a whole, and to appreciate the positive difference made to communities throughout the UK.

PIMA

The ability to learn from effective and innovative initiatives employed by like-minded organisations.

PIMA

The opportunity to interact and share experiences with fellow educators, as well as wider members of the sector.

THE DECORIUM

The 2017 People in motion Awards ceremony celebrates outstanding contributions made by groups and individuals in the education of skilled movement and an opportunity to showcase their outstanding achievements.

This year’s ceremony will promote the unique, diverse and distinctive nature of educators and institutions.

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The Awards are open to all across England, Wales and Scotland.