The school games mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels of the Kitemark.
The YST quality mark is a nationally validated quality mark, providing schools with a simple and structured process to significantly improve PE and school sport provision. It allows schools to self-review and identify priority areas for development. It covers provision and outcomes in:
— physical education;
— school sport (linked to the Sainsbury’s School Games Kitemark); and
— impact of PE and sport on whole school standards.
As part of the OFSTED criteria, schools will need to add a section to their website demonstrating how they are effectively utilising the funding provided.
The YST quality mark will help showcase schools progress and achievements in developing high quality PE and sport. It is an online self-review tool that helps audit provision and identify priorities. Schools can achieve this quality mark at bronze (emerging), silver (established) or gold (embedded) level.
Schools can use the resources available to members in the resource library to support them to move through the levels.
Kent School Games and East Kent Games
Thanet Representative List
2008 KSG Basketball representatives –
2009 EKG Speedstacks representatives –
2010 KSG Basketball representatives
2011 EKG Netball Hi 5 representatives at Country finals –
(First County finals tournament)
2012 KSG Basketball representatives – Unbeaten Winners
Infant Agility representatives
2013 EKG Basketball representatives – Runners up
Year 3 & 4 Hockey representatives
Year 5 & 6 Hockey representatives
2014 KSG Squash representatives – 4th place
2015 EKG Tri Golf representatives
2016 KSG Girls Cricket and Change 4Life
2017 KSG Winter Games – Change 4 Life representatives