Information For Schools

Evidence required to gain a BSDPI Award

The PDF document below presents a suggested list of evidence a school might want to present when applying for a BSDPI award. The evidence should reflect the work a school already covers within the curriculum and life of the school – there is no need to produce anything additional. We ask for evidence to be provided in the following ways: In a file/folder During a tour of the school with

The Charter Award Process

The Charter Award Process What happens when a school applies for a Charter Award? An experienced ‘Link’ Assessor is appointed to the school, the Charter Assessment process discussed with a teacher nominated to lead the school application, and a timetable agreed for submission of all documentary evidence needed in support. The teacher collates evidence from the school curriculum, together with examples of the work performed by Students in class. The ‘Link’ Assessor, together with another Assessor,

Bradford Schools Praised

Bradford Schools were praised for their part in the battle against drugs at a ceremony in the city last night. Eight primary schools and a Pupil Referral Unit were awarded the prestigious Bradford Schools Drug Prevention Initiative Charter Award in front of guests including West Yorkshire Chief Constable Mark Gilmore, Crime Commissioner Mark Burns- Williamson and the Lord Mayor of Bradford, Councillor Khadim Hussain. The Honorary Recorder of Bradford, Roger

Award Insight

Case Study – Bradford Central Pru: Bradford Central PRU (BCPRU) work with some of the most vulnerable young people in Bradford. Often, our young people engage with risk taking behaviours and this can lead to them making choices that have negative consequences. To support their wider education, we offer drug education, so that our young people are better informed with facts and understanding to make improved choices. Our work to