School Safety Award
Presented to the school which has provided an effective, timely response to the challenges posed the Covid-19 pandemic in order to minimise the risk to staff and pupils.
Ulverston Victoria High School, Cumbria
Ulverston Victoria High School well organised and highly successful lateral flow testing programme has helped to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19. More than 4,500 lateral flow tests were carried out across nine days in the school sports hall - equal to three tests per pupil – which meant a huge scaling up of the school’s testing programme. One volunteer said: “The running of each day as increasing numbers of students returned was remarkable. The behaviour and demeanour of all students was extremely impressive throughout the process
St Mark’s C of E Primary School, West Midlands
Cranbourne School, Hampshire
Hanson Academy, Bradford
Ryders Green Primary School, Midlands
St Mark's CofE Primary School
St Mark’s has supported families to manage the return to school after the Covid- 19 lockdown. Strong relationships with parents include employing a Community and Wellbeing Leader and an Attendance Officer to support pupils, including phone calls and home visits fortnightly, weekly and every three working days. Bespoke and targeted learning packs ensure home learning is purposeful, achievable and well monitored by staff. The suite of options for home learning can be deployed flexibly in the year ahead; especially if there are unplanned school closures or pupil absences.
Our Lady Of Walsingham R C Primary School, Merseyside
Littleport and East Cambridgeshire Academy
Kendall CofE Primary School, Essex
Cardinal Newman Catholic School, Brighton
Wood Street Infant School, Surrey