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At St John Fisher school we are very proud of all our achievements.  Well done to the staff and pupils who have worked so hard to gain these awards.

Healthy Schools Silver Award – Awarded May 2021

Healthy Schools London Silver Award recognises good practice in supporting children and young people to achieve and maintain good health and wellbeing. As a school, we have decided to focus on improving children’s mental health and wellbeing. After carrying out a needs analysis, we have developed an action plan to implement throughout the school. We look forward to sharing the activities with the children.  


Healthy Schools Bronze Award - Awarded December 2020

 Healthy Schools London Bronze Award recognises our achievement in supporting the health and wellbeing of our school community and for creating a health promoting environment and ethos for our pupils and staff.




School Games Platinum  Award - Awarded for the 2018/19 and 19/20 academic years.
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 delighted to have been recognised for our success."


School Games Platinum Award - Awarded 2016/2017

This is the highest games award that can be achieved and St John Fisher School is one of a hundred schools in the country to receive this accolade.To achieve the Platinum Level Award a school has to hold a Gold Award for five consecutive years. The School Games Awards recognise the school's commitment to the development of competition, school sport and physical education in schools.



Artsmark Gold - Awarded 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012, 2019

The Artsmark Gold award recognises our commitment to, and excellence in arts education.  This nationally recognised and prestigious award, supported by the Department of Education and Department for Culture, Media and Sport, sets the standard for outstanding arts provision in schools.

Eastside Educational Trust is a charity, which exists to help young people develop their creative thinking.  Our school has enrolled with their Verse vs Verse literacy programme.  This will involve workshops and inset for staff over a three year period.


Basic Skills Quality Mark Awarded 1999, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2020

The  Basic Skills Quality Mark celebrates the work of the whole school in providing good quality teaching and 

learning in English and Mathematics.  To achieve this award the school had to meet challenging criteria for ten elements, including planning, assessment, targeted intervention, staff training and parental involvement. 

We are very proud to receive this award for the sixth time and acknowledge the hard work of all our staff.



 School Games Gold Kitemark - awarded 2015/2016, 2016/2017

We have again been awarded the gold standard mark for school games. This is because of the quality of games and sport we offer and because children take up both during the day and before/after school. Well done to all pupils and staff who have worked so hard to keep up such a high standard.



Sustainable Travel, Accredited and Recognised - Gold Award - awarded 2015

The Gold Award is the third and highest level of the STARS programme. A Gold school demonstrates the highest level of participation and involvement and where active travel activities are part of the schools culture. Our school has been involved in the programme for eight years, receiving the bronze and silver awards, we have held the gold award for six years. We are also recognised as being a Beacon school for the 'park and stride' initiative.


RRSA Gold Award - awarded 2017, 2020

Level 2 is the highest level of the Rights Respecting Schools Award.  We were delighted to receive this award recognising that our school has fully embedded the principles of the Convention into its ethos and curriculum. 

Primary Science Quality Mark Gold - awarded 2012

Primary Science Quality Mark Gold is awarded to schools after an extensive audit and review. It acknowledges our commitment to promoting excellent teaching and learning in science throughout the school.




Ofsted Outstanding – awarded 2005/06  2008/9

St John Fisher School provides a Catholic, Christian  setting where the child is loved and feels secure.  The school seeks to build upon the teaching started by parents and through this partnership continues the process of education. The curriculum provides for the development of skills, knowledge, understanding and values. The child’s natural curiosity and powers of learning are developed and fostered by everyone within the school community.