St Dominic’s School Achieves Youth Sport Trust Silver Quality Mark At Secondary School & Bronze Quality Mark At Primary School
St Dominic’s School in Hambledon, Godalming has been awarded the Youth Sport Trust Silver Quality Mark for its commitment to physical education (PE) and school sport at its school. The Youth Sport Trust is a national charity that builds a brighter future for young people through the power of sport.
The Quality Mark is an online self-review tool which provides schools with a nationally recognised badge of excellence for the quality of its PE and school sport. The tool supports schools to audit their PE provision and identify priorities for its development.
Mr Alonso, said:
“We are absolutely thrilled to have been awarded the Silver Quality Mark for secondary school and Bronze Quality Mark for primary school from the Youth Sport Trust, which recognises our commitment to delivering the best possible sporting experiences for the young people at our school.”
Mr Connor, said:
“There are a whole range of educational, health and wellbeing benefits from delivering high quality PE and school sport, and we see on a regular basis that when it is delivered well it can transform the lives of all pupils.”
Schools are awarded Bronze, Silver and Gold status, which reflects its efforts in using PE and school sport to raise achievement across the school.
Alison Oliver, Chief Executive at the Youth Sport Trust, said:
“Congratulations to St Dominic’s School for achieving the Youth Sport Trust Silver at secondary school and Bronze at primary school Quality Marks. Schools which achieve theQuality Mark, share our belief in the value of high quality PE and sport and the positive impact it has on young people’s journey through education.
“PE and school sport helps young people to live healthy and active lives and through it, helps them achieve their personal best in school and life. We are delighted to be working with thousands of schools across the country that recognise the competitive advantage this gives to their pupils.”