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Our Third International School Award - September 2015

Rights respecting School Level 1 December 2015

More information can be found on the  unicefs Rights Respecting Schools website


360 Degree safe E-Safety Mark

Lutley Primary School was awarded the 360 degree E-Safety Mark by SWGfL through formal assessment of the quality of their online safety provision on July 6th, 2016.


Green flag award number 3

What is Eco-Schools?

An international programme of the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), Eco-Schools aims to empower students to be the change our sustainable world needs by engaging them in fun, action-orientated learning.

.Each school follows a seven step change process and empowers their young people to lead processes and actions wherever they can.

Over time and through commitment to the Eco-Schools seven step process, improvements will be seen in both the learning outcomes, attitude and behaviour of students and the local community and ultimately the local environment. Evidence of success in these areas will eventually lead to a school being awarded The Green Flag.

 Excellent in Forestry 2013

The RFS Excellence in Forestry (EiF) Awards are now established as the countrys premier competition; recognising and rewarding the wise management of trees, woodlands and forests, and supporting schools that are involved in tree and woodland projects.


Green Tree School Award

Lutley has achieved the Gold award and received a fantastic wooden plaque to proudly display in school.


Music Mark - achieved January 2016

A Music Mark school is nominated by it's local Music Hub because it;

  • engages in developmental conversations to improve music provision
  • recognises the value of music education as part of a broad and balanced curriculum
  • has a strategy for music which provides for all children


 Commitment to safety - Acheived 2015

The St John Ambulance Schools Mark will be awarded to those that show a significant commitment to the safety and health of their school community. Criteria for achieving the standard include teaching important first aid skills that could make even young children the difference between a life lost and a life saved.

Schools displaying the prestigious logo must have trained staff first aiders for each year group and teach first aid skills to at least 20% of pupils. They must also have correct policies and procedures to cover accidents, health and safety, risk assessment and evacuation.​

Sainsburys' School game Gold Award - 2016

Gold award


To achieve GOLD LEVEL, your school must meet all of the prerequisites as well as the following:

Participation - 

Provide all students with two hours of physical education per week (within the curriculum only); and have extra curriculum provision in addition to this;

Engage at least 50% of students (20% for special schools) in extracurricular sporting activity every week;

The provision of support for talented young sports people - 

  1. Secondary criteria: offer talented young sports people specific support to help them to balance their sporting commitments with school and home life.
  2. primary and special criteria: offer talented young sports people specifi c support to help them to develop their sporting potential

Competition - 

Use the School Games formats to provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in the appropriate level of competition. NB boys only or girls only for single-sex schools;