Awards success for Forces Children’s Education

During the ceremony Carolyn MacLeod appeared in a pre-recorded interview to discuss the work of the NTO and Forces Children

Forces Children’s Education has won a Bronze Award at the 2022 Scottish Veterans Awards. 

The team – led by National Transitions Officer Carolyn MacLeod – was honoured in the ‘Health and Wellbeing’ category for its work to support Armed Forces children, their families and educators. 

Carolyn, who runs the FCE site for the Association of Directors of Education in Scotland (ADES), said: “This is really wonderful that FCE has been recognised for the work it does to support families and their children by providing authoritative information around education in Scotland. 

“We’re grateful to the judging panel and wish to congratulate all of the winners and nominees, and thank all of those who support our Armed Forces community.”

A still from the screen at the ceremony showing the Winner, Simplicity in Mind, Silver award for Be-Inn Unity CIC, and Bronze award for Forces Children's Education
A close up of our Bronze Award certificate
A close up of our Bronze Award certificate
Five of the winners in their evening gowns showing off their certificates

Forces Children’s Eduction Social Media Manager Natalie Cuttler, with BFBS Presenter, Mark McKenzie

Our Social Media Manager Natalie with BFBS Presenter Mark McKenzie

National Transitions Officer, Carolyn MacLeod, discusses the work of Forces Children’s Education on a video interview for the awards

During the ceremony Carolyn MacLeod appeared to discuss the work of the NTO and Forces Children
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The Bronze Award was presented to FCE’s Social Media Manager, Natalie Cutler, at a special ceremony in Edinburgh on 27 April. 

The Scottish Veterans Awards recognise veterans, reservists and organisations who support the military community and go above and beyond in their respective fields. 

Categories include ‘Role Model of the Year’, ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’, ‘Employer of the Year’, ‘Lifetime Achievement’, and many more.

More for

We have lots of useful guides for families of school-age young people in our Families section.

More for Educators

Our Educators section is filled with valuable information for teachers of Forces children across Scotland.