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St John's and St Clement's Church of England Primary School

  • “a wide range of creative topics and activities”

    Ofsted December 2013

  • “vibrant learning environment”

    Ofsted December 2013

  • “achievement of pupils is good”

    Ofsted December 2013

  • “harmonious relationships among pupils of different backgrounds and beliefs”

    Ofsted December 2013

  • “inclusive atmosphere”

    Ofsted December 2013

  • “pupils are fully engaged, build upon their skills and are keen to learn”

    Ofsted December 2013

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Healthy Schools London

We have been awarded a Healthy Schools London Bronze Award for our committment to healthy lifestyles through sport, personal, social and health education, healthy school meals and our commitment to wellbeing for pupils and staff.

What is Healthy Schools London?

Healthy Schools London is a programme that supports London’s schools to provide an environment and culture that helps their pupils grow up to be healthy happy and learn.

With an award scheme sponsored by the Mayor of London, the programme will recognise and celebrate schools that are making a difference for their pupils.

The Healthy Schools London programme will support schools as they work towards these awards, with a network of local coordinators, and a range of resources, tools and advice provided through this website and regular workshops for schools.


What are the benefits to schools of taking part in Healthy Schools London?

Taking part in Healthy Schools London, and working successfully for the tiered awards will enable the school to directly support the health and wellbeing of its pupils and staff.

An evaluation of the national programme on which HSL is based showed the following tangible outcomes:

  • Increased amount of opportunities that children and young people have to be physically active in and out of schools
  • Increased participation of children and young people in physical activity in and out of school
  • Improved links between schools and communities that promote physical activity
  • Increased school meal uptake including free school meals
  • Improved children and young people’s access to healthy packed lunches and snacks throughout the school day.

The benefits go beyond health. Participating schools have also reported reduced incidence of bullying, improved behaviour and improved attendance. Headteachers have also said that they found the healthy schools programme helpful as a general school improvement tool.

For more information see the Healthy Schools London website.