Our Awards

Our Awards


Malbank School & Sixth Form College has received a range of awards including Investors in
Careers, Sportsmark and the Healthy Schools award. It was first awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark in 2006.

The Inclusion Quality Mark is designed to create a dialogue about inclusion, with objective and supportive evaluation, and a model for further growth.
It represents an excellent evaluative tool which dovetails with the new OFSTED framework and the SEF.

The Inclusion Quality Mark website


A healthy school promotes physical and emotional health by providing accessible and relevant information and equipping pupils with the skills and attitudes to make informed decisions about their health. It understands the importance of investing in health to assist in raising levels of pupil achievement and improving standards. It also recognises the need to provide both a physical and social environment that is conducive to learning.

Malbank School & Sixth Form College are proud to annouce their approval by the
National Healthy Schools Standard.

Malbank Healthy Schools page


The Artsmark is a national award scheme managed by Arts Council England that
recognises schools with a high level of provision in the arts.

By gaining an Artsmark, a school shows its commitment to the wider development
of young people and teachers and to raising the profile of the arts in the school
and local community.

The Artsmark website


Specialist Schools and Academies Trust work with headteachers, teachers and students to encourage them to develop and share new and effective teaching and learning practice, and to improve schools to raise standards and levels of achievement. In practice, headteachers and teachers design, lead and deliver their work, and headteachers continue to develop what we do.

They encourage and promote networking and partnership between schools and
the community. This helps to raise standards and levels of achievement,
allowing each student to achieve their potential.

Specialist Schools and Academies Trust website


The Sportsmark, is Sport England's highly successful accreditation scheme for secondary
schools. It is a developmental and auditing tool that rewards and recognises a
school for its out of hours sports provision and a broad and balanced PE curriculum.

The Sport England website


The Investor in Careers Award was developed by Cornwall and Devon Careers in
1994. It is a quality standard for the management of careers education and
guidance (CEG) in schools and FE colleges and is now used in a number of areas
across the country involving hundreds of schools and FE colleges aswell as special schools and special FE colleges. The use of independent external assessors/panel
helps give the award credence.

The Investor in Careers website


Specifically, the Youth Charter tackles educational non-attainment, health
inequality, anti-social behaviour and the negative effects of crime, drugs,
gang related activity and racism by applying the ethics of sporting and artistic excellence. These can then be translated to provide social and economic
benefits of citizenship, rights, responsibilities, with improved education,
health, social order and environment.

The Youth Charter adopts a multi-faceted approach to achieving itsobjectives,
often by forging partnerships with a wide range of public and private sector
agencies - engaging, motivating and inspiring
sustainable and achievable benefits.

The Youth Charter website






























































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