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Awards and Specialisms

Maths and Computing

Specialist Schools and Academies Trust - Maths and Computing

Mathematics & computing colleges raise standards of achievement and develop further interest of the specialist subjects across the whole ability range leading to whole school improvement. Mathematics and ICT will improve the quality of teaching and learning in the specialism and develop innovative approaches to the teaching and learning of the specialist subjects. They will have a mathematically rich curriculum that embraces all aspects of school life and will develop share good practice across the curriculum, particularly through considered use of ICT.

Applied Learning

Special Schools Trust - Applied Learning

The Applied Learning status enables schools to work in partnership with a variety of educational institutions to provide more personalised curriculum choices for young people of all abilities aged 14-19. In doing so, it allows for innovation in curriculum design and teaching, and the opportunity to offer of these students a range of applied learning pathways.

Healthy Schools

National Healthy Schools Status

National healthy school status defines the criteria that schools need to satisfy in order to be recognised nationally as a healthy school. The criteria relate to four themes: PSHE (including sex and relationship education and drug education), healthy eating, physical activity and emotional health and well-being (including bullying). Becoming a healthy school is a developmental process. The whole school approach is key to ensuring that a school’s journey towards becoming healthier and more effective is a dynamic process and one, which is sustained over time.

School Council Award - Gold

Lincolnshire School Council Award

School Council Award is a scheme for schools who ensure their pupil voice is most effective. There are three levels, bronze, silver and gold. The award is to promote and raise the profiles of school councils, to enable them to become involved with school life and beyond, to make decisions and for pupils to have a voice in the school environment. Lincolnshire County Council awarded our student council a Gold Award (the highest award possible) for all of their outstanding achievements. 

The Arts Council of England

Artsmark Award

Raising the profile of arts education, Artsmark is a national award that recognises and rewards schools making an outstanding commitment to the full range of the arts - art and design, music, dance and drama. The scheme promotes good practice on how to provide the arts in education, giving young people more opportunities to access the arts and encouraging schools, arts organisations and artists to work together.

Fair Trade Logo


As educational institutions, as an important sector of the UK economy, and as a significant part of local communities, our school has a responsibility to promote civic responsibility and consider the social and environmental costs of our choices. Campaigning for Fairtrade status means embedding a commitment to fair trade principles in our school's policy - Our pupils have achieved this in May 08 with the Fair Trade Foundation - a fantastic achievement and a lever for further progress as it involves a commitment to continual improvement!

DofE - Duke of Edinburgh Award

The world's leading youth achievement award, the DofE in the UK is proud to be part of The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation, which drives and supports global growth. It is a flexible programme that helps to develop young people for life and work. The DofE has a postive impact on young people's lives, in terms of their personal development and employability and on wider society, from charities gaining active and engaged volunteers to businesses hiring work-related recruits. 

National Association for Able Children in Education

NACE - National Association for Able Children in Education

St. George’s Academy is a member of NACE (National Association for Able Children in Education). Being a NACE member will help the Academy to fulfill the potential of our able, gifted and talented students. We will also now be working towards a ‘NACE Challenge Award’, a quality standard which proves the Academy is able to produce a well-focused action plan for continuous whole school improvement, with an aim to ensure all students are adequately challenged.

Microsoft Office Specialist

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)

To demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to get the most out of office by earning a Microsoft Office Specialist certification in a specific Office program. MOS enables the user to tap into the full features and functionality of the Microsoft Office System, resulting in heightened levels of individual performance, confidence and differentiation. Holding the MOS certification can broaden a students employability chances. 

Geography Quality Mark

Geography Quality Mark

The Secondary Geography Quality Mark (SGQM) is a framework that has been developed by the Geographical Association to enable subject leaders to raise the standards of geography in school, supporting the teaching of quality geography and promoting department leadership and management.

Initial Teacher Training

Initial Teacher Training (SCITT)

SCITT is a school led course where they provide practical, hands-on teacher training, delivered by experienced and practicing teachers based within a school. St George’s Academy is involved within a network of schools that provide this service. Training in a school gives the opportunity to learn ‘on the job’, with the added benefit of working and learning every day in a school and getting an immediate insight into what teaching consists of.