Well done to School Nurse Katrina Sealey who is shortlisted as one of this year’s finalists in the RCNi Nurse Awards in the child health category for creating the Angry, ANGRY Angus book and teaching resource.
Katrina developed the book and teaching resource for schools to use with Reception and Year 1 children as part of the national Physical Health Social Education (PHSE) curriculum.
All 317 primary schools across Surrey have received the pack to help pupils develop into emotionally and mentally resilient teenagers and adults.
All Surrey libraries have also received copies of the book.
Katrina Sealey, author and Specialist School Nurse at Children and Family Health Surrey, says: “I’m really excited to be shortlisted for this award! Mental health and emotional wellbeing is an area where public health really has an opportunity to contribute to early intervention, and I’m so pleased that the judges have recognised Angry ANGRY Angus in the child health award category.”
Trudy Mills, Director of Children and Family Health Surrey, says: “We’re really proud that Katrina has been shortlisted in the RCNi Nurse Awards for her excellent work in developing Angry ANGRY Angus. Good luck Katrina in the award ceremony taking place in London on 3 July!”
The RCNi Nurse Awards span 16 categories including emergency nursing, child health and cancer nursing, and celebrate the best of the UK’s nursing workforce.