Secondary Award Winners

Over £300,000 donated to Hertfordshire Secondary Schools since January 2018
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Secondary Minor Awards: Summer 2022

Here's a quick summary of what secondary schools in Hertfordshire have successfully bid for so far in the summer term of 2022.   Each academic year, schools can bid for up to £1000 in each of our focus areas (PE, STEM and Effective Learning) providing there are enough funds left in our termly budget (displayed on the applications page).  Applications have to pass our criteria which you can find here.

We wish all the award recipients good luck with their amazing projects and we are very pleased to have helped them "achieve a lot with a little".

 School   Area   Focus  Project 
Longdean  Hemel Hemstead PE 8x Boxercise training and licences to broaden their NC offer and help with physical and mental wellbeing post Covid
Monks Walk Welwyn Gdn City PE 15x running spikes to build confidence and performance and 4x Tchoukball rebound frames to expand indoor provision and engage non-contact sports enthusiasts.
St. Mary's Catholic Bishops Stortford  PE Supply and install 2 basketball nets to allow more participation and differentiation during lessons and in extra-curricular clubs.
Highfield Letchworth PE 4 Reebok exercise bikes to increase pupils' fitness levels and motivation for gym work.
Rickmansworth Rickmansworth PE Tennis posts, net and 27 racquets to support the game across all year groups, feeder primaries and local community groups.
St. Mary's Catholic Bishops Stortford EL 6 Sphero BOLT robots to increase motivation and understanding by giving vivid impressions and practical experience of coding concepts and extending work being done in a variety of coding languages.
Presdales Ware STEM A 3D printer and spare filaments to evidence Product Design coursework projects and facilitate the production of custom components and items for robotics club and business enterprise groups.
Westfield Academy Watford PE 18 heart rate monitors to enable students to analyse their physical activity and devise training programs.
Hockerill Bishops Stortford PE Basketball and netball post protectors in school colours to facilitate safe free-play and advanced skills practise and engender a feeling of belonging and pride in the school.
John Warner Hoddesdon PE 3 table tennis tables to maintain the curricular and extra-curricular provision as well as enhancing their holiday kid's club facilities and helping less keen pupils to engage with sport.
Westfield Academy Watford STEM 8x 5MP visualisers for maths to enable solution modelling of many topics, demonstrations of CPA techniques, presentation of projects and recording short videos for remote learning.
Roundwood Park Harpenden EL Smart TV and two chromeboxes for the library to encourage and facilitate student collaboration and sharing of work.
Bushey Meads Bushey STEM VEX V5 robot competition super kit to promote engineering, coding and teamwork and extend the number of students able to participate in the competitions.
Westfield Academy Watford EL A set of 12 ripple tanks to help improve pupils' communication and teamwork skills, enable them to calculate means based on their own results rather than theoretical ones and so help to build stronger memories around this practical and also improve their physical practical skills.
John Warner Hoddesdon STEM Dynamics and sensor equipment to help all year groups understand abstract/numerical concepts with practical activities and greatly enhance the accuracy of results readings.
Rickmansworth Rickmansworth STEM 5-Pack of data loggers to benefit all three sciences across all key stages by recording accurate readings and linking directly with laptop analysis programs.
Hemel Hempstead Hemel Hempstead STEM Two-day workshop designing and building robots for years 6-9 to enthuse students about the STEM subjects and apply theoretical knowledge about design and materials to an exciting, practical project.
Robert Barclay Academy Hoddesdon PE 15x gymnastic mats for lessons, extra-curricular clubs, primary schools and external clubs to help develop fundamental and advanced movement skills in a safe and inviting environment.
Hitchin Boys Hitchin EL KAZ-type online touch-typing tutor program for the whole school to enable more efficient use of school-wide Chromebooks and enable students to focus on the learning/content rather than the typing of answers and coursework etc.
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