Our Awards & Achievements
“The Autism Award committee conclude that overall the school has a transformative positive impact on the quality of life of autistic young people as they progress through the school and transition to adulthood.”
The Quality in Careers Standard is the single national quality award for careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) in schools, colleges and work-based learning.
All state-funded secondary schools are “strongly recommended” by the Department for Education in its Statutory Guidance to work towards, achieve, and maintain this national Standard as part of its ‘careers strategy’.
The Standard is fully aligned with the Gatsby Benchmarks for “Good Career Guidance” and complies with the DfE’s Statutory Guidance.
As England’s dedicated national quality award, the Quality in Careers Standard – through external assessment – uniquely accredits the four components of the CEIAG:
- Careers Education
- Careers Information
- Careers Advice
- Careers Guidance
School Games Gold Mark Award
|We are delighted to announce that we have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2018/19 academic year. The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are overjoyed to have been recognised for our success.
As part of our application, we were asked to fulfill criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and we are pleased that the hard work of everyone within our school has been rewarded this year. We look forward to applying once again in 2020!
The Wellbeing Award for Schools
Developed in partnership with the National Children’s Bureau - NCB
- This whole-school award focuses on ensuring effective practice and provision is in place that promotes the emotional wellbeing and mental health of both staff and pupils.
- The award has a focus on changing the long-term culture of a school, and embedding an ethos where mental health is regarded as the responsibility of all.
With this award, schools:
- Show their commitment to promoting mental health as part of school life
- Improve the emotional wellbeing of their staff and pupils
- Ensure mental health problems are identified early and appropriate support provided
- Offer provision and interventions that matches the needs of its pupils and staff
- Engage the whole-school community in the importance of mental health awareness
- Capture the views of parents, pupils and teachers on mental health issues
Throughout the accreditation process schools must demonstrate:
NETWORKS: Have systems and external partnerships in place to support different types of emotional and mental health needs.
PARTCIPATION: Work with the whole school community to support emotional wellbeing and mental health.
POSITIVE CULTURE: Ensure that emotional wellbeing and mental health is regarded as the responsibility of all.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Commit to high-quality, ongoing professional development on emotional wellbeing and mental health.
STAFF WELLBEING: Actively promote staff emotional wellbeing and mental health.
VISION & STRATEGY: Commit to a clear vision and strategy of how the school will promote and protect emotional wellbeing and mental health.
Brompton Hall School has been awarded a gold award by the Woodland Trust for getting involved in the Green Tree Schoolsinitiative, which has seen over 7,000 schools sign up since it was launched in 2008.
The scheme promotes a range of opportunities, each designed to stimulate a child’s imagination and sustain their interest in woods and trees. The achievements of the school are recognised through an awards scheme in which they receive points for taking part in activities. As they reach milestones within the project they receive bronze, silver and finally an attractive wooden plaque which acknowledges they’ve achieved the environmental accolade of a gold award.
Brompton Hall School has planted new trees in their school grounds, visited local woods, reduced their carbon emissions and joined in in various other Woodland Trust activities. Congratulations to all involved!