We are proud of the awards we have received, which recognise the hard work of staff, children, governors and parents.
Sing Up Platinum Award
The Platinum Award is by application and nomination only and is for schools that:
- Have been a Sing Up Gold Award school previously
- Sustain development and extend participation in singing to the wider school community
- Commit to become a learning community; embracing the richness of diversity to develop quality singing activities
- Commit to extending and developing the quality of vocal leadership and singing in and outside of school and with the wider school community
- Have an outward focus, inspiring and sharing their singing ethos
Wiltshire Primary School Music Teacher of the Year 2021
Our Music Lead, Mrs Sian Haynes won the Wiltshire Music Education Awards ‘Music Teacher of the Year 2021’. Very well deserved!
School Games Platinum Award
Ramsbury once again won the Top Performing Primary School in Wiltshire & Swindon in Sport for 2019/20 and we also won the Wiltshire Sports Award’s – Schools’ Participation Award for 2017/18. We are also extremely proud to have achieved the School Games Platinum Award.
We fulfil the following criteria to become one of the very few schools to achieve the Platinum Award:
If a school has previously achieved four consecutive gold awards and have met the
standard for this year’s gold award, then they will be eligible to apply for platinum.
Through the platinum award, we want to learn where schools are in their engagement with the
evolution of the School Games. We want to understand what it takes to be a fully engaged and
committed school so that we can help others on their journey of change. As a result, we will look
for some narrative from these schools to demonstrate the impact and meaningful difference
they are making. This will be in the form of a case study submitted alongside their application.
Schools are asked to select one of the following areas for their case study, making their
submission in a number of ways, e.g. a narrative written by a third party, a written case study, a
video case study, a submission led by young people, etc.
The options are shown below:
- Demonstrate how you are engaging those young people that need it the most in the School
- Games and evidence how you know they are benefiting
- Demonstrate how you are a physically literate school and how this positively impacts on
your young people
- Demonstrate how you are developing and co-creating your offer with your young people
- Demonstrate your understanding of young people’s motivations and how you build this into
- Demonstrate how you have embedded positive experiences of competition into your offer
and how this has made a difference to your uptake
- Demonstrate how have you ensured that you have developed and maintained 60 active
minutes across your school.
From Wiltshire County level competitions we currently rank:
A very different year, with all competitions going virtual!