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At Fazakerley Primary School we are proud of the Awards we have. Below are a list of the Awards we have and what they mean.

We have recently been awarded with the Philosophy for Children Bronze Award.

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We are excited to have been selected to be part of a new accreditation being trialled and launched in Liverpool. The Reading Quality Mark recognises the efforts made by school, parents and children to promote the joy of reading. We hope to be accredited with the silver award in the Summer of 2014.



We are an Extended School providing our pupils, parents, carers and community with extended services. These cover childcare, varied activities and clubs, access to other agencies, parenting support and community access to the building.



At Fazakerley Primary we are proud to be a Healthy School. We want all children and young people to be healthy and achieve at school and in life. We believe in providing opportunities at school for enhancing the emotional and physical aspects of health. We hope that in the long term, this will lead to improved health, reduced health inequalities, increased social inclusion and raise achievement for all. This has been re-awarded in 2015.


The Quality Mark is an award that celebrates and supports continuous improvement in Literacy and Numeracy. It is awarded to a setting or school to recognise their provision, practice and performance in Literacy and Numeracy, and is valid for three years. A school or setting must demonstrate a whole school approach to improving standards in Literacy and Numeracy, with evidence of the impact of its approaches.


Artsmark provides a benchmark for arts provision that encourages schools to consider the opportunities they offer in Art, Dance, Drama and Music. The application form for Artsmark acts as an auditing tool, through which schools may gain an overall picture of their arts education provision. We have been awarded Artsmark SILVER. This year we are working towards achieving the Gold Artsmark Award. Our Arts council are working hard to organise clubs, events and to help to develop the new curriculum. We are working collaboratively with other schools to promote community cohesion.


Let’s Get Cooking is a national network of cooking clubs for children, families and their communities across England. We currently have cooking clubs taking place for children in Key Stage One and Key Stage Two.







FMSiS is intended help schools to evaluate the quality of their financial management and helps train staff to become better financial managers. It is intended to cover standards and processes that should already be in place in schools, rather than introduce a new, higher standard. We were assessed for our financial management and awarded FMSiS approval in 2010.


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