Skills Builder Gold

We are one of the first schools in the country to have been awarded with Skills Builder Gold. This award recognises that the essential 8 skills are embedded within all teaching and learning policies and curriculum plans, with the language of these skills used extensively across all areas of school. For more information about Skills Builder, please visit our Skills Builder page.


Silver Quality Mark for PE 

We are proud to announce that William Tyndale School has been awarded the Youth Sport Trust Silver Quality Mark for its commitment to physical education (PE) and school sport at its school. The Youth Sport Trust is a national charity that builds a brighter future for young people through the power of sport.


Primary Science Quality Mark GILT

We are delighted to have attained the Primary Science Quality Mark GILT. This is a result of many years of hard work and commitment from staff to the teaching of science in a meaningful and exciting way. It confirms our commitment to pupils' right to access science and embed scientific literacy as well as expertise for their future.


Artsmark Platinum

Arts provision (including the  visual and performing arts: drama, music and dance) has always held a special place at Tyndale. We firmly believe that encouraging an interest in the arts adds significantly to children's overall educational experience and their ways of learning. This is why we ensure that our arts department is extremely well resourced. We’re not the only ones to think that either, as we’ve been awarded the Artsmark Platinum Award for our outstanding commitment.


Investors in People Gold

In October 2020, William Tyndale School was awarded with the Gold level of We invest in people accreditation. We are very pleased that such leadership qualities within the school have been officially recognised and that staff at all levels had the opportunity to feedback their views.


SingUp Gold Award

We were thrilled to have the quality of our singing recognised by SingUp! Here is an extract from the feedback given by the endorser, Leonora Davies MBE. 

It is evident that the whole school community is engaged and energised by singing and music making across the school. The lead music practitioner provides excellent leadership and staff and pupils benefit from his leadership. 

I have no hesitation in endorsing the Gold Award. Well done so now it's onwards and upwards for the Platinum Award.

Sustainable Travel

Children and their families are encouraged to think of more sustainable ways to travel to and from school – in addition to this, children are given lots of advice and training on how to keep themselves safe when out and about in the local community.

Healthy Schools Status

Our commitment to two hours per PE a week and a positive personal, social and health curriculum has been rewarded with Activemark and Healthy Schools awards.

Diana Memorial Award

Two of our pupils have received this prestigious award for outstanding contribution to society through their work as a peer mentor at school. The award is also automatically given to the school for its work in enabling pupils to flourish in this area.

FairAware Fairtrade Schools Award

Tthis award shows that children are understanding and using Fairtrade products and are commited to continuing the journey to learn more about Fairtrade.

Gold Rights Respecting School 

This award is granted by Unicef UK to schools that have fully embedded children’s rights throughout the school in its policies, practice and ethos, as outlined in the Rights Respecting Schools Award Strands and Outcomes. Achieving Gold Rights Respecting School Award means:

- Our school has explicitly adopted a child rights approach based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and has embedded it in school policy, practice and culture.

- Children, young people and adults in our school have a thorough understanding of child rights, and rights respecting attitudes and language are embedded across the school.

- RRSA has had a positive impact on children and young people's learning and wellbeing. Students see themselves as rights repsecting global citizens and are advocates for social justice.