PRIMARY SCIENCE QUALITY MARK
This year we are working towards gaining the Primary Science Quality mark again. We are working hard to improve on the Silver PSQM we have held since 2016.
LMEP MUSIC CHAMPION SCHOOL
July 2020 - We are delighted to have been recognised as a Music Champion School by Leeds Music Education Partnership.
"We were very impressed with the range of musical experiences and opportunities you provide for your students both in and outside of school, and are pleased with the level of engagement you have with LMEP as a hub".
June 2019 - We have been awarded the Artsmark Gold Award from Arts Council England
'Your Statement of Commitment and Case Study have been assessed and we are delighted to inform you that Adel Primary School (DfE 3832416) has been awarded an Artsmark Gold Award. Congratulations!'
HEALTHY SCHOOLS EARLY YEARS ASSESSMENT 2018
Congratulations to our Early Years team for being one of the first schools in Leeds to gain Healthy Schools Early Years status.
At Adel we aim to consistently provide a culture of creativity and inspiration for our children. We are always looking for different strategies to raise children's attainment and attitudes as well as their physical health and emotional well being. That's why we have adopted BURN2LEARN as a way to enthuse, excite and engage children in the classroom!
This physically active learning approach is delivered across all subjects and strives to get the children off their seats, not only as a way to raise attainment but improve children's health, communication, leadership and life skills. During each BURN2LEARN lesson or activity, children aspire to meet certain outcomes which helps them to evaluate their own learning and contribution to the task. Tasks will often include the children taking on the role of an "Inspirator". This child must motivate, praise, observe and organise the other members of their team.
SCHOOL GAMES MARK
We have received the school games gold award for 3 years running . This is for our involvement in competitive sports both within the curriculum and after school clubs. We have provided more young people with the opportunity to compete and achieve their personal best. This year ( due to covid 19 restrictions during term 3) we have received the virtual award also for taking part in virtual competitions.