Our awards

School Games Mark

The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Participating in this process allows schools to evaluate their PE provision and assists them in developing an action plan for future progress.

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Schools 360 Degree Safe

Our School has made a commitment to engage with the 360 degree safe self review tool, this means of reviewing practice and implementing actions that will improve online safety at the school.

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STARS

STARS is TfL's accreditation scheme for London schools and nurseries. STARS inspires young Londoners to travel to school sustainably, actively, responsibly and safely by championing walking, scooting and cycling.
STARS supports pupils' well-being, helps to reduce congestion at the school gates and improve road safety and air quality.

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Healthy School - Bronze Award (January 2020)

Our School have evidenced that it has completed Local Healthy Schools Review and have achieved the requirements for this award.

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Healthy School - Silver Award (March 2020)

In addition to holding a Bronze Award, the school has undertaken an analysis of pupils’ needs, to identify new actions that will help pupils achieve and maintain good health and wellbeing. This included one targeted and one school-wide action, and the school has made plans for how the changes will be delivered and measured

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Mentally Healthy School

A mentally healthy school is one that adopts a whole-school approach to mental health and wellbeing. It is a school that helps children flourish, learn and succeed by providing opportunities for them, and the adults around them, to develop the strengths and coping skills that underpin resilience. A mentally healthy school sees positive mental health and wellbeing as fundamental to its values, mission and culture. It is a school where child, staff and parent/carer mental health and wellbeing is seen as ‘everybody’s business’.

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