Broomfield

Broomfield SILC

 Awards and Specialisms 

 

Broomfield South SILC was awarded with the Healthy Schools Standard in 2007. We successfully revalidated in 2011 and 2015. We have chosen obesity and emotional health and wellbeing as our priorities and our action plans will be informed by the results of the Every Child Matters (ECM) survey.        Please see the latest assessors report here. 
The five key areas of Investors in Pupils are: Learning,Behaviour, Attendance, Classroom Management and Induction. Each class works with pastoral staff to decide what they want their class to be like and the pupils set targets for the class and themselves.

Pupils discuss how they are helped in their education by finding out about the jobs staff do, their responsibilities and work. As a result pupils and staff are more motivated and pupils show respect for all staff because they recognise the contribution that they are all making to their education.

Broomfield received the Investors in Pupils award originally in 2010. We were successfully reassessed in September 2013 and most recently in June 2017. Please see the latest assessors report here and the letter to pupils here. 

Investors in People is a national standard which is based on three key principles. It provides a framework  of support  to focus on the priorities of an organisation and move it forward.

Broomfield South SILC is proud to have achieved and maintained  the 'Investors in People' award since 1999.  We are proud to announce that in  September 2014 we achieved the Silver Investors in People award and subsequently in July 2015 we were awarded the Gold Investors in People award!

This is evidence that we value our staff and are committed to their professional and personal development in order to improve outcomes for our pupils and young people.

You can read a summary of our report here and the full latest assessors report here.Broomfield SILC  is proud to have achieved the Stephen Lawrence Education Standard in September 2010, and strives to ensure that the principles of the standard are embedded in school and reflected in our ethos, policies and all aspects of school life.

 We are part of a rich culturally diverse city and endeavour to ensure that our curriculum educates and prepares our students for life within this society.  We also try to break down the barriers that our students can face and ensure that they have equal access to any appropriate opportunities.