We have strong links with a number of other schools and colleges. Southfields Community College supports us in a number of areas, including facilities for games and PE in Years 12 and 13. Ernest Bevin School provides us with a table tennis coach. We have links with Merton College and Nightingale, who provide training placements for our Year 12 and 13 students.
|Garratt Park School is proud to have gained the following public awards|
|Investors in People (IIP)||GOLD Award 2012, 2015|
|Investors in People (IIP) 2001, 2004, 2007||Silver Award 2010|
|Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) 2008, 2010||Re-awarded 2013|
|Artsmark||Awarded June 2010|
|Basic Skills Quality Mark (BSQM) 2004, 2007, 2010||2013 - 10 Year Award|
|Investors in Community Engagement Quality Mark (ICEMARK)||Awarded August 2010|
|CPD Award||September 2010|
|Extended Schools Status||(Full Core Offer) 2007|
|ICT Mark June 2008, May 2011||Re-awarded May 2011|
|Wandsworth Healthy Schools Status, National Healthy Schools Status,Enhanced Healthy Schools Status||2011|
|Specialist Schools Status in Maths and Computing||June 2008|
|UNICEF Rights Respecting School||2012|
|CPI BILD Accredited Training Centre (MAPA)||2008|
The Diana Award
The Diana Award has been recognising, honouring and harnessing the potential of thousands of inspirational, socially motivated young people in the United Kingdom since 1999. Every award holder has demonstrated the qualities associated with the late Princess – compassion, courage and a selfless commitment to improving the lives of others.
The charity was established to act as a lasting legacy to Diana Princess of Wales’ belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better.
The following students of Garratt Park School have gained the Diana Award:
- Konrad Studniarek 2013
- Connor Cunningham 2011
- Wayne Didd 2009
- Luke Williams 2008
- Daryl Pascoe 2007
- Rodney Agyei 2006
- David Amofah 2005
- Jessica Keen 2004
- Clem Meertins 2003
- Rishi Jaitoo 2002
- Michael Pates 2000
The Jack Petchey Award
At Garratt Park the Jack Petchey Award is awarded to students 3 times per year, autumn, spring and summer. Nominations for the award are made by staff and students who look at the young person’s achievement throughout the last year this may be for personal achievement in academic subjects or constant achievement, it maybe that a
Carl receives his award in December 2016
student has overcome a lot of personal issues, been a supported friend to others the list is wide as to a student achieving this Award.
The young person is recognised at our achievement assembly at the end of each term where they receive a Certificate, and then again at the beginning of the year at a Celebration ceremony for Wandsworth organisations at the Town Hall where they have their photo taken with the Mayor of Wandsworth.
Once a year a staff member can be recognised for their outstanding contributions towards the school and students, again this staff member is nominated by staff and students.
This Award for both Student and staff is recognised London wide.