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Fielding Primary School and Nursery

International School Award 2017-20

July 2017

The International School Award recognises schools which have excelled in the area of international learning. The Award is an internationally recognised accreditation, awarded to schools which forge links with partners overseas and add an international dimension to the curriculum. Through working on joint projects and adding international elements to lessons, pupils (and teachers) are given a fresh perspective on the world and their place in it.  Find out more:

"This is а outstanding application from Fielding Primary School which meets the requirements for International School Awards re-accreditation.", British Council assessor

 

Gold School Games Mark

July 2016

The Sainsbury's School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport. 

Last year, the school achieved the Silver Award. Our Gold Award this year reflects our commitment to improve PE, games and sport for pupils at Fielding. The Award recognises our commitment, engagement and delivery of competitive school sport in 2015/16. Find out more:

Healthy Schools London, Gold Award

July 2016 - July 2018

Building on our Silver Award, the Healthy Schools London programme has helped us to enable our pupils to be healthier, including a focus on their emotional needs. 

Fielding became one of 5 schools in Ealing and just 61 schools for the whole of London to be awarded the Gold Healthy Schools Award.

The Award reflects all of our work in two priority areas:

  • improving pupils' emotional health, well-being and behaviour
  • increasing physical activity through greater uptake of specialist sports clubs.

In school, pupils have benefited from a consistent, whole school behaviour policy, systems and routines, underpinned by our Values-based ethos. Implementation of the MindUp curriculum and daily 'brain breaks' has enabled pupils to understand more about themselves through neuroscience and mindfulness techniques.

Sports Captains have promoted physical activity during lunchtimes with their constellation teams along with organised games provided by professional sports coaches from the QPR Community Trust.  An improved menu of before and after school clubs has resulted in more pupils getting involved in sport through opportunities at school. 

We know that when children are healthy and happy at school, they can achieve more.

Values-based Education Quality Mark

January 2016-January 2019

Values-based Education is an approach to teaching that works with values. It creates a strong learning environment that enhances academic attainment, and develops students' social and relationship skills that last throughout their lives.
The positive learning environment is achieved through the positive values modelled by staff throughout the school. It quickly liberates teachers and students from the stress of confrontational relationships, which frees up substantial teaching and learning time.
It also provides social capacity to students, equipping them with social and relationship skills, intelligences and attitudes to succeed at school and throughout their lives.

"It is clear that pupils who pass through your school are developing skills and competences that will help them develop a productive and fulfilling life" - feedback from assessment report.

Healthy Schools London, Silver Award

October 2015-October 2017

Building on our Bronze Award, the Healthy Schools London programme has helped us to enable our pupils to be healthier, including a focus on their emotional needs. 

We all want to help London’s children stay healthy and happy as they grow up.  In this context, what happens at school every day is really important. 

Schools can help children lead a healthy lifestyle directly – to make healthy food choices at lunchtime, to be active at and on the way to school.  More widely, schools can help children learn about their health, and develop their motivation and self respect to make healthy choices.

The benefits go beyond health.  We know that when children are healthy and happy at school, they can achieve more.

Silver School Games Mark

October 2015

The Sainsbury's School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.

The school achieved Silver in 2015 as a result of an apparent drop in the number of external club links and the amount of PE time taught.  Both issues are being considered for 2016. Find out more:

ICT Mark

June 2015-June 2018

Pupils at Fielding are at the forefront of using technology to enhance their learning.  The award of the ICT Mark by an independent, external assessor recognises the school’s success in developing the strategic use of technology in both administration and across the curriculum. Parents will have proof that their children are attending a school at the forefront of modern technology.

This optional accreditation is evidence that the school has undergone an extensive and thorough review of its use of technology.  Award of the ICT Mark is made when the school has satisfied an Assessor that their plans and provisions have met or exceeded the national standard.  Find out more:

STARS

2014

Transport for London's STARS (Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe) accreditation programme helps London’s nurseries, schools and colleges promote safe and more active travel behaviour.  Sustainable and active travel involves schools promoting and pupils travelling to school by:

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Scooting
  • Public transport

This provides pupils with regular exercise and the skills to travel safely and confidently.

STARS rewards schools with active travel plans at Gold, Silver or Bronze level based on the number of initiatives delivered and change in pupil travel behaviour.

Healthy Schools London, Bronze Award

March 2015-March 2017

Healthy Schools London is a programme that helps schools to support their pupils to be healthier.  We all want to help London’s children stay healthy and happy as they grow up.  In this context, what happens at school every day is really important. 

Schools can help children lead a healthy lifestyle directly – to make healthy food choices at lunchtime, to be active at and on the way to school.  More widely, schools can help children learn about their health, and develop their motivation and self respect to make healthy choices.

The benefits go beyond health.  We know that when children are healthy and happy at school, they can achieve more.

Silver Youth Sport Trust

December 2014

Youth Sport Trust Partner Schools demonstrate high quality outcomes in physical education, school sport and whole school achievement via a quality assured self-review. Completion leads to a bronze, silver or gold Partner School award.  The quality mark partner school logo reflects schools that are the best at maximising PE and sport outcomes for young people.

Gold School Games Mark

October 2014

The Sainsbury's School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.  Find out more:

"Based on evidence seen and discussed during the validation meeting, it was clear that the school is operating at an extremely high level.  The school is going above and beyond in its efforts to offer a well-rounded sporting offer that incorporates all young people in the school regardless of their ability.  Congratulations on achieving the Gold Mark award for 2013/14 academic year - it is definitely well deserved!", Sainsbury's School Games Assessor

 

International School Award 2014-17

September 2014

The International School Award recognises schools which have excelled in the area of international learning. The Award is an internationally recognised accreditation, awarded to schools which forge links with partners overseas and add an international dimension to the curriculum. Through working on joint projects and adding international elements to lessons, pupils (and teachers) are given a fresh perspective on the world and their place in it.  Find out more:

"What you have achieved, and been recognised for, is very important in our increasingly globalised world and the British Council are hugely grateful to you, your colleagues, students and the wider school community.", British Council ISA Team

Artsmark Gold

June 2014

Artsmark is Arts Council England’s flagship programme to enable schools and other organisations to evaluate, strengthen and celebrate their arts and cultural provision.  It is delivered by Trinity College London and 10 regional Bridge organisations drive participation.  Artsmark is nationally recognised as demonstrating excellence in arts and cultural provision.  Holding Artsmark status demonstrates that we values the arts and culture.  Find out more:

"You conduct frequent trips to arts and cultural venues including Orange Tree theatre in Richmond and the National Gallery.  Your pupils have good access to artists both in and outside school with an enhanced relationship with Artis who work with your school on a weekly basis.  This is commendable practice and demonstrates a genuine and enhanced partnership relationship." Artsmark Assessor

Silver Primary Geography Quality Mark

The Primary Geography Quality Mark is an initiative by the Geographical Association and was launched by the Minister for Education as an important strategy for developing high quality geographical education in 2006, initially through the government funded Action Plan for Geography.  The quality mark is an externally validated quality mark against which schools can measure whether they have reached a recognised standard in the teaching and learning of primary geography.

At Silver level the award is in recognition of the implementation of whole school approaches that support excellence in geography.

Gold Primary Quality Science Mark

May 2012

The Primary Science Quality Mark is an award scheme to enable primary schools across the UK to evaluate, strengthen and celebrate their science provision.  Schools can achieve bronze, silver and gold awards.  We have used the quality mark to raise the profile of science, to provide a framework and professional  support for developing science leadership, teaching and learning and to celebrate excellence in primary science.

"This is truly a GOLD school with the subject leader encouraging and supporting colleagues all the way." PSQM Assessor

Silver School Games Mark

The Sainsbury's School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.

Artsmark Silver

Artsmark is Arts Council England’s flagship programme to enable schools and other organisations to evaluate, strengthen and celebrate their arts and cultural provision.  It is delivered by Trinity College London and 10 regional Bridge organisations drive participation.  Artsmark is nationally recognised as demonstrating excellence in arts and cultural provision.  Holding Artsmark status demonstrates that we values the arts and culture.

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