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Awards

 

Artsmark Award - June 2014 to July 2017

Our schools achieved Artsmark status in June 2014, demonstrating our commitment to quality arts provision as part of our pupils' spiritual, social and cultural development.

Artsmark is Arts Council England's flagship programme to enable schools and other organisations to evaluate, strengthen and celebrate their arts and cultural provision, and is nationally recognised as demonstrating excellence in arts and cultural provision.

Food for Life - Bronze Award

In July 2014 our school received the bronze level "Food For Life" award, in recognition of the school's work with the Food for Life Partnership to transform the school’s food culture and that of its local community, by connecting the children with climate-friendly and healthy food.

 

British Council International School Award

Our schools have received the Intermediate level of the British Council's International School Award, which recognises work done to embed international learning in the school curriculum. This award reflects Reeth and Gunnerside Schools' continued ties with Methodist community schools in both Kenya and Sierra Leone, along with work done in school to foster a global perspective.

 

Church School Awards 2011

Following our Church Schools Inspection (SIAS) we are proud to be entitled to display the logo of the Church School Awards 2011. See our News pages for a copy of the inspection report.

 

BECTA Next Generation Learning Charter

We have signed up to a new charter that pledges to improve the way technology is used to give pupils an enriched and enhanced learning experience. The Next Generation Learning Charter was launched by Becta, the government's agency for technology in education. The schools will be using the self-review framework provided by Becta to review their use of technology across all aspects of school life and to inform their overall school improvement strategy and plans.

 

Activemark 2008

For the third year running, our schools have been awarded the Activemark kitemark, reflecting our committment to ensuring that all pupils engage in at least two hours of high quality PE and school sport each week. We continue to improve the variety of PE/sports opportunities available to the children and, to broaden their experiences, we join in regular cluster events with other schools throughout the school year.

Note that while it remains valid for the period of its award, the Active Mark was discontinued in 2010 following the election of the new government.

 

Financial Management Standard in Schools Kitemark

The schools underwent external assessment against the DCSF Financial Management Standard in Schools criteria in November 2006 and were successful in achieving the kitemark. This achievement shows the schools to have the characteristics you would expect to find in a school that is well managed financially; these cover Leadership and Governance, People Management, Policy and Strategy, Partnership and Resources and Processes. The standard is not yet compulsory for primary schools and we are the first confederated primary schools in North Yorkshire to have achieved the award.

 

Healthy School Award

The schools achieved Healthy Schools Status in December 2006 

 

Eco-schools Status

The schools currently hold Bronze Status and are working towards Silver Status. We have an eco-committee made up of pupils, staff, parents and governors. 

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