UPDATE: The online application window for 2015/16 has now closed. Information on next years criteria will be available in January 2017. Still unsure? Visit the School Games Mark walkthrough page here.
The School Games Mark (now in its 5th year) is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels of the Mark.
All registered schools are able to apply for the Mark.
New Forest Schools Mark Achievers 2015-16 (15 schools)
GOLD: Abbotswood Junior School, Blackfield Primary School, Brockenhurst CE Primary School, Hordle CE Primary School, Marchwood Junior School, Milford-on-Sea CE Primary School, Pennington CE Junior School and Testwood Sports College
SILVER: Applemore College, Bartley CE Junior School, Hyde CE Primary School, Orchard Junior School, Our Lady & St Joseph Catholic Primary School, and South Baddesley CE Primary School
BRONZE: Williams Gilpin CE Primary School
New Forest Schools Mark Achievers 2014-15 (22 schools)
GOLD: Abbotswood Junior School, Blackfield Primary School, Brockenhurst CE Primary School, Hordle Primary School, Pennington Junior School and Testwood Sports College
SILVER: Bartley Junior School, Fordingbridge Junior School, Orchard Junior School, South Baddesley CE Primary School, Western Downland CE Primary School and William Gilpin CE Primary School
BRONZE: Applemore College, Ashley Junior School, Burley Primary School, Bransgore Primary School, Cadland Primary School, Calmore Junior School, Foxhills Junior School, Hyde Primary School, Milford-on-Sea CE Primary School and Oakfield Primary School
New Forest Schools Mark Achievers 2013-14 (9 schools)
GOLD: Brockenhurst CE Primary School
SILVER: Hordle CE Primary School, Orchard Junior School, Testwood Sports College and William Gilpin CE Primary School
BRONZE: Abbotswood Junior School, Blackfield Primary School, Lymington Junior School and Milford-on-Sea CE Primary School
Why should our school apply?
- OfSTED use the Mark award as part of their inspection framework
- You can proudly display your certificate, pennant and plaque (Gold level only) at your school
- You can use it as a development tool to aid the PE teacher or Headteacher as your school
- You can add the logo to letterheads and email signatures to show your outstanding commitment to school sport
Hampshire KS1 PE & School Sport Kitemark
New Forest schools with KS1 pupils are now eligible to apply for the Hampshire KS1 PE & School Sport Kitemark. An application form can be downloaded from our ‘Resource’ tab at the top of the page.
For more information, contact us:
P: 02380 665499