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Accreditations

Active Surrey Star Mark (Key Stage 1)

Star Mark

The Key Stage 1 Star Mark allows infant and primary schools to gain recognition for their achievements in PE and school sport and is assessed across 3 star levels. Similar to the School Games Mark (for KS2), the KS1 Star Mark will be valid for one academic year. Applications can be made between 4 September and 15 Decemeber 2017 based on data and evidence from the previous academic year (2016-17).

Validation visits will be made by a School Games Organiser once applications have been submitted and development plans can be written with schools once a Star Mark level has been achieved.

Initial applications: £120 for Active School Members, £160 for non-members

Renewals: £60 for Active School Members, £80 for non-members

School Games Mark (Key Stage 2)

School Games Mark

The FREE School Games Mark rewards schools (KS2-5 only) for their commitment to and development of competition, school sport and physical education. Set criteria is assessed across BRONZE, SILVER and GOLD levels of the award and is valid for one academic year.

Applications are undertaken retrospectively and schools can apply for a School Games Mark from May - July 2018 for the academic year 2017-18.

For more information visit the School Games.

Surrey Healthy Schools

Healthy Schools

Surrey Healthy Schools is a joint project between Education and Health services across the county and is an opportunity for schools to actively promote the health and wellbeing of the whole-school community. Physical Activity is one of the 4 themes of the Healthy Schools Award and aims to promote an environment whereby the whole school community is committed to devlelop healthy active pupils regardless of physical ability.

The school provides a range of active opportunities both within and out of cirriculum hours including formal learning (PE), activity (playtime), signposting (to local community opportunities) and school sport and activity clubs.

For more information visit Surrey Healthy Schools.