ST Michael's Church of England Primary School in Lower Church Road, Sandhurst, is celebrating a triple success. It has achieved an "Investors in People" award, a "Healthy Schools" silver award and a successful Collective Worship inspection report.
Christopher Harris, Chairman of the Governors, and Julia Evans, Deputy Headteacher, received the "Investors in People" award on behalf of their school when they attended the presentation organised by Quality South East.
The "Healthy Schools" award is run by the NHS through the Berkshire Health Promotion scheme and Healthy Schools initiative, and is designed to promote the physical, social and emotional wellbeing of pupils in schools.
This year St Michael's won the silver award for the progress they had made in providing a wider range of physical activities, for encouraging healthy eating and for giving pupils more responsibility for caring for each other and their environment.
This is the second year the school has taken part; last year they won the bronze award.
The school's receipt of a successful Section 23 Collective Worship Inspection highlights their success in organising collective worship, and their work on the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of their pupils.
The picture shows Tony Eccleston (Director of Education of Bracknell Forest Council, left) presenting an "Investors in People" to Geoff Boulain, Headteacher of St Michael's C of E Primary School, Sandhurst, with pupils, teachers and governors looking on.