Achieving the Primary Science Quality Mark-GILT AWARD…
Well done to all of our dedicated staff and children for achieving The Primary Science Quality Mark Gilt.
PSQM is a comprehensive evidence-based professional development programme that effectively develops science leadership, ensuring teachers have the knowledge, capability and support they need to transform science education and shape future generations.
The Primary Science Quality Mark is led by the University of Hertfordshire.
Helen Sizer, PSQM Co-Director said: ‘By enabling effective science leadership, PSQM is powering the potential of all children to see the relevance and importance of science in their lives, now and in the future. Schools that have achieved a Primary Science Quality Mark have demonstrated a significant commitment to science leadership, teaching and learning and the profile and quality of science in each accredited school is very high. Science subject leaders, their colleagues, headteachers, children, parents and governors should be very proud.”
We thank Ms Silvester for leading this initiative in school and to all staff, who continue to teach and lead their subjects to such a high standard.
‘Thank you for such a well-prepared submission. It was a pleasure to learn about the many wonderful opportunities pupils at St Francis enjoy, which I suspect is due to the hard work of a highly dedicated team’
Overall comment: I am delighted to confirm that this submission meets the criteria for PSQM Gilt. St Francis Catholic Primary School has been on an incredible journey this year, made possible by the dedication and commitment of the whole team. St Francis is committed to ensuring pupils receive the very best science education possible and the whole school community should be
Our certificate is coming soon. Thank you team.