Schools Awarded Prestigious Move Quality Mark
Renewal of Quality Marks
Congratulations to several wonderful schools across the country, implementing the Move Programme to a high standard, that have had their Quality Mark successfully renewed.
Oaklands School 29th November 2016 – At Oaklands School, the assessor was shown an excellent example of how the Move Programme should work. The paperwork and team working across the school was of a very high standard.
Peak School 9th December 2016 – At Peak School there is a very strong team of knowledgeable staff and very good liaison between Health and Education.
Lakeside 25th November 2016 - Lakeside continues to set and maintain high standards within the Move programme and continues to be a stand-out school for Move, and from the Quality Mark Assessment it is clear why Lakeside is a Centre of Excellence for Move.
Willow Dene - 10th January 2017 – Move is exceptionally embedded throughout their whole organisation including their outreach activities. They are contributing to research that will improve the wellbeing of children on Move.
New Quality Marks
Congratulations to several wonderful schools across the country, implementing the Move Programme to a high standard, that have received their Move Quality Marks.
Watergate School, Lewisham - 5th January 2017 – Watergate School have successfully attained their first Quality Mark demonstrating some excellent use of pupils Move skills as an embedded part of the school day in particular on the learning walk.
Perseid School - 11th January 2017 – The provision of The Move Programme at Perseid is very well coordinated across two sites. There was excellent documentation to show pupil progress and good collaboration between the multi agency team.
Schools Awarded Prestigious Move Quality Mark
Receiving, and maintaining this accolade recognises each school’s outstanding efforts to continue to implement the structures and philosophies of the Move Programme; supporting children with disabilities and complex needs to gain independent mobility for learning and life.
These four schools were:
Ashfield Academy, Leicester, were awarded their first Quality Mark
The provision of the Move Programme within the academy was to a very high standard and very well coordinated. The assessor was particularly impressed with the drive and commitment to continually evaluate and improve the running and effectiveness of The Move Programme for the benefit of the pupils.
Fiveways School, Yeovil, were awarded their first Quality Mark
Within Fiveways School, the Move programme is very well coordinated using collaboration between education and health that clearly benefits the pupils. The record keeping was particularly good and there was trackable evidence of progress. There is a drive to improve and perfect provision within the school and to ensure it is there for other pupils to benefit.
Stanton Vale School, Long Eaton, were re-awarded their Quality Mark
As a Centre of Excellence, Stanton Vale were assessed on these criteria as well as the quality mark components. They were successful in their reassessment showing a commitment to maintain the momentum of The Move Programme using the wealth of knowledge contained within the school. Stanton Vale recently had a graduate from the Move Programme. They integrate Move into the school day and personalised learning well.
Beacon Hill Academy, Essex, were re-awarded their Quality Mark
Beacon Hill successfully passed a reassessment of their Quality Mark. They demonstrated a good level of team working and collaboration between education and health across the academy setting. The Move Programme is well coordinated and there was effective team working across the academy setting. The target setting and measurement scheme used gave accurate information about progress towards completion of targets whilst building a picture of the pace of learning of the pupil.
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