Achievements

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Lakefield Primary has been awarded the Gold Artsmark in recognition for their outstanding achievement in the arts since 2003. We have a special award to celebrate three successive Gold awards. The school has an excellent reputation for creativity in all aspects of the arts, including the Choir and Bands' performances at many community events. The school has many talented singers and actors who are nurtured and encouraged to perform in the many school productions. If you look in the gallery you will also see some of the fantastic art work produced throughout the school year.

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In 2012, Lakefield was awarded a 'Quality Mark Lead' award from Achievement for All. This is a scheme that supports the achievement of all children, especially those with Special Educationnal Needs and/or disabilities. Lakefield was one of the national pilot schools for Achievement for All in 2009.

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In 2006 and 2011 Lakefield school was awarded the, 'Healthy School' award. This means that as a whole school, including governors, teachers and parents we are striving to develop a healthy environment that allows the children to develop and grow. The award demonstrates out commitment to creating healthy, happy children who do better in learning and life.

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Lakefield has been awarded a Gold Sing Up award. The National Sing Up Awards aim to recognise, celebrate and promote schools who put singing at the heart of school life.

 

Every year Lakefield Primary enters a team in the Gloucestershire nature quiz.

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Lakefield was pleased to be awarded a sports council "Activemark" This demonstrates our achievement and commitment to sport and physical activity.

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Lakefield has enjoyed Investors in People status for many years. We value the contributions of all the adults who work at Lakefield, many of whom contribute far beyond the call of duty. Their hard work benefits our pupils.

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Lakefield has achieved intermediate status for the International Schools award, as a result of our commitment to making lasting, international links and including the wider world and its issues in our curriculum. We have links with schools in Kenya and Salignac. Teachers have taken part in professional development visits to South Africa and Kenya.