55 Schools hit the ‘Mark’ for Sport in Hull

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55 Hull Primary and Secondary schools have achieved a Bronze, Silver or Gold School Games Marks for 2015-2016 with a record 13 schools achieving the Your School Games Mark Gold award.

The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme first launched in June 2012. This award is owned and created by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and is implemented and developed by the Youth Sport Trust and Sport England. It is a nationally recognised award given to schools based on their commitment to, and development of, PE, school sport clubs and competitions.

Schools who achieve a GOLD award have to demonstrate a variety of opportunities for students including that they provide all students with two hours of curriculum physical education plus an extra-curricular programme in addition.  Students also have to have the opportunity to “learn to lead” through the PE curriculum and have opportunities to lead, manage and officiate School Games (School Sport) activities.

Full details of the criteria can be found on http://www.yourschoolgames.com

School Results

2015-2016 Hull School Games School Games Mark Awards

  Primary Secondary
 

BRONZE

19 schools

Alderman Cogan

Biggin Hill

Broadacre

Collingwood

Buckingham Academy

Mountbatten

Paisley

St Anthony’s

St Charles

St George’s

St Mary Queen of Martyrs

Spring Cottage

Stepney

The Green Way Academy

Westcott

Woodlands

Hull Trinity House Academy

Kelvin Hall

The Marvell College

 

SILVER

23 schools

Ainthorpe

Clifton

Estcourt Academy

Ings

Maybury

Mersey Academy

Neasden

Newington Academy

Oldfleet

Pearson

Priory

Rokeby Park

St Nicholas

St Vincent’s VC Academy

Thanet

Thoresby

Wansbeck

Boulevard Academy

Kingswood Academy

Malet Lambert

Sirius Academy North

Sirius Academy West

Winifred Holtby

 

GOLD

13 schools

Bellfield

Bricknell

Christopher Pickering

Craven Academy

Eastfield

Francis Askew

Gillshill

Griffin

Newland St John’s Academy

St Thomas More

Sidmouth

Southcoates

St Mary’s College

 

 

 

 

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