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Over the years Stanville Primary School has won numerous awards. Some of our more notable ones can be viewed on this page. They are as follows: 

SIMS Partnership School

SIMS Partnership School.jpgThe Partnership Schools’ Programme has been running at Capita SIMS for many years to bring further benefits to schools, Capita SIMS and other SIMS customers. The aim of the programme is to share the best practice of advanced SIMS schools and for these schools to work more closely with Capita SIMS.

Sharing best practice

Our partnership schools are happy to share their SIMS expertise with others in a variety of ways. With support from Capita, each partnership school will feature in a best practice tool kit focussing on one area of their expertise. Schools are encouraged to work closely with other schools, perhaps individually or through termly meetings for groups of schools.

What are the benefits of becoming a partnership school?

Capita supports partnership schools with the aim to ensure they remain ahead of others in their use of SIMS. Partnership schools are offered consultancy, training, software and an annual conference in return for their commitment. In addition, schools receive enhanced contact with different Capita departments, providing a voice within the business.


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In order for a school to achieve BRONZE LEVEL, the following requirements must be met as well as the following:
*plans in place to provide all pupils with two hours of physical education and school sport  per week inclusive of extra curriculum provision;
*engage at least 20% of students in extracurricular sporting activity every week;
*use the Sainsbury’s School Games formats to provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in the appropriate level of competition;

Intra-school sports
(Level 1)
Inter-school sports
Level 2)
Primary school with KS2 of 121 students or more



*engage at least 5% of pupils in leading, managing and officiating Sainsbury’s School Games activity


Activemark Logo.jpgIn order for a school to achieve this they must have:

  • The percentage of pupils participating in at least 2 hours high quality PE and school sport each week is significantly above the national average
  • Held a sports day
  • Met or bettered the national average for pupils involved in sports leadership and volunteering (this would not apply to infant schools), or, the percentage of pupils participating in sports clubs linked to their school

Impetus Award

To achieve an Impetus award, young people in schools or youth Impetus Award.jpgorganisations were tasked to design and carry out projects that explore and apply human rights and shared ethical values to a situation of importance to them in their local, or global, community. Ideally, projects were youth-led and motivated by the interests and concerns of the young people themselves. Impetus was never conceived as a competition as each project was assessed against the five Impetus criteria, not against each other. To achieve an award, projects had to demonstrate:


  • Exploration of human rights as a set of shared ethical values
  • Innovative approaches to applying human rights to an issue of concern to the children and young people involved
  • Collective working on their project with others
  • Sharing of their project more widely with local and/or global communities
  • Reflection on their experience and the impact of their work

(These requirements have been directly sourced from:


Healthy Schools
In order to achieve the healthy schools standard the school must have good levels of:


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  • Policy development
  • Curriculum planning and work with outside agencies
  • Teaching and learning
  • School culture and environment
  • Giving children and young people a voice
  • Provision of support services for children and young people
  • Staff’s continuing professional development (CPD) needs, health and welfare
  • Partnerships with parents/carers and local communities
  • Assessing recording and reporting children and young people’s achievement
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The school has achieved the first stage in the Next Generation Learning Charter. In this first stage the school must make a public commitment to Next Generation Learning by adopting a high level of commitment to ICT.



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