Pamela Sheridan Award

Pamela Sheridan Award

The Pamela Sheridan Award recognises innovation and good practice in sex and relationships education (SRE).

The award was established in memory of Pamela Sheridan (1911-1994), an early sex education pioneer who had a lifelong involvement in family planning.

For further details see UK Sexual Health Awards on the Brook web-site.



The winner of the 2015 Pamela Sheridan Award is Spectrum Community Health CIC



The winner of the 2014 Pamela Sheridan Award is 


The winner of the 2013 Pamela Sheridan Award is Croydon Sexual Health Team



The winner of the 2012 Pamela Sheridan Award is Shropshire Council's Respect Yourself Relationship and Sex Education Programme.

Answering Awkward Questions
Derbyshire Children and Young People's Health Promotion Programme

The GREAT project
NDVF, Nottinghamshire Domestic Violence Forum

Loudmouth Education and Training

Sense Interactive CDs - the Welsh initiative
Sense Interactive Ltd


Barnsley Council has supported sustainable improvements in SRE and won the Pamela Sheridan Award in 2011. Read the case-study.