School Awards

We achieved the Healthy Schools London Silver Award! In addition to holding a Bronze Award, the school needed to undertake an analysis of pupils’ needs, and identify new actions that help pupils achieve and maintain good health and wellbeing. This included one targeted and one school-wide action, and the school made clear plans for how the changes will be delivered and measured. 

Healthy Schools London awards are for schools to recognise their achievements in supporting the health and wellbeing of their pupils.  There are three levels of award:

Bronze is awarded to schools that complete either a Local Healthy Schools Review or the Healthy Schools London Review Tool (Bronze Award) and achieve the requirements. 

We are now working towards the silver award.


The Family School Partnership Award supports schools to review their whole school approach to working with families in the widest sense, identify areas where they would like to see positive change and put in place actions to effect this change. The award is delivered by the schools partnerships and enrichment team.


Unicef works with schools in the UK to create safe and inspiring places to learn, where children are respected, their talents nurtured and they are able to thrive. Being a Rights Respecting school means we embed these values in daily school life using the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) as a guide. Silver: Rights Aware comes after Bronze: Rights Committed. It is granted by Unicef UK to schools that show good progress towards embedding children's rights in the school's policy, practise and ethos. To achieve Siler: Rights Aware, schools will be assessed by a Unicef UK RRSE assessor who will look at the whole school's rights respecting work.



Extended schools provide for a range of services or activities outside of the normal school day to help meet the needs of nursery, primary, secondary and special school children as well as their parents, families and local community. These include clubs, activities, classes and support for learning.




The national 'Healthy Schools Award' promotes the health and well-being of pupils and staff through a well-planned curriculum in a physical and emotional environment that promotes learning and healthy lifestyle choices focused on the four core themes of:   Personal, Social and Health Education/Citizenship; Healthy Eating; Emotional Health and Wellbeing and Physical Activity.





We are delighted that John Perryn Primary School has been awarded the “Get Set” Award for living the Olympic and Paralympic values.




FMSiS is a mandatory requirement to provide assurance to the Department, HM Treasury, National Audit Office and Local Authorities that schools have adequate arrangements in place to manage their resources effectively. The Standard is awarded to the school for good financial management practices.




Managed by the British Council, the International School Award is a supportive and motivational framework that guides schools through their international work. With three certified levels, and free in the UK, the award will take you from introducing international work to the curriculum, to embedding it within your school’s culture.




Enabling Enterprise help our students become rounded and successful. We wanted to do more to build our students’ enterprise skills, their understanding of the world of work and high aspirations. The Enabling Enterprise programme transforms these skills through a combination of lesson-time projects, challenge days and trips to top businesses.




Coming to school every day is very important as it supports children's learning. At John Perryn School we have a number of initiatives to support this, Every Child Every Day is one of them.




The purpose of the Society's award is to stimulate interest among the people of Ealing in development and conservation projects, and to enable them to recognise and reward new buildings, refurbishments or restorations which make a positive contribution to the amenity of Ealing and its townscape. The Society aims to encourage a high standard of architecture, design and fitness for purpose in buildings and other projects throughout the borough.



John Perryn School recognises that asthma is a widespread, serious but controllable condition affecting many pupils at the school. The school positively welcomes all pupils with asthma. This school encourages pupils with asthma to achieve their potential in all aspects of school life.



STARS – Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe – is an accreditation scheme for schools, nurseries and colleges to inspire young Londoners to travel sustainably, actively, responsibly and safely. In doing this, STARS empowers pupils and improves the safety and wellbeing of the whole community. It also encourages active travel behaviour and improves the environment around the school.