BDA Dyslexia Awards Dinner

BDA Dyslexia Awards Dinner

This year’s BDA Dyslexia Awards Dinner takes place on Friday 17th November 2017 in the wonderful surroundings of Draper's Hall, London.

It is set to be another great evening of fun, entertainment and inspiring stories as we celebrate the achievements of dyslexic individuals, including children, young people, adults and the teachers that support them.

The evening will include a drinks reception, a superb three course meal with wine, silent and live auctions and exclusive live entertainment.

We do also hope you and your friends and colleagues may be able to join us and be part of the BDA Awards.

Please download our Booking Form and email it to Claire McKinnon at clairem@bdadyslexia.org.uk or call her on 0333 405 588.

Awards Sponsors 2017

 

Children's Award

                  

      

 

Young Person's Award   

 

 

Adult Award

 

Teacher's Award

 

Drinks Sponsors

 

 

 

 

Organisational Members Award

Awards Nominations

The British Dyslexia Association's annual Dyslexia Awareness Week Awards are open for nominations. There are five categories this year. These awards will be given to inviduals who have have been successful in spite of the challenges they have faced with their dyslexia and a teacher that has gone and above and beyond what is required of them to support dyslexic students.

  • Child (age 12 and under)
  • Young Person (age 13-17)
  • Adult (18+)
  • Teacher

To download the form to submit your application for the person or organisation to win an award in one of these categories please click here.

The Awards will be presented at the BDA Awards Evening on November 17th, 2017, at Draper's Hall, London. The award winner from each category and one guest will be invited to attend and receive their award at this event. Travel and accommodation will be generously covered by our sponsors.

We are inviting teachers, parents, friends, partners and colleagues to nominate someone they know for an award by email using the awards nomination form.        

                              

Click here for more information