Kings Langley School has been recognised for its commitment to the arts with a prestigious award.
The school has not only received the Artsmark Award which is the only creative quality standard for schools and is accredited by Arts Council England, but they have also been awarded the highest accolade of the platinum level.
The award helps schools develop and celebrate arts and cultural education giving it pride of place in the school curriculum.
In working to achieve the award, Kings Langley School developed their arts and culture provision to generate a broad curriculum were supported by Royal Opera House Bridge to develop their objectives.
Mr Tubb, learning area leader for the arts, said in his role he is proud to provide students with the opportunity to embrace the arts.
He said: “My vision is to provide students of all abilities and backgrounds, the opportunity to engage in an exciting arts provision that embraces the rich and diverse nature of the creative world.
“Kings Langley School champions the creative arts and recognises that it is a significant contributor to the development of student’s cultural and social capital, allowing students to increase knowledge of the wider world and thus help shape them as individuals.”
Mr Tubb added that the school plan to continue building on the steps they have made to push further to become a national leader for creative education.
He said: “Whilst platinum is the highest level you can achieve with Artsmark, we are not stopping here. Our intention is to become a national leader for creative education and we have already contributed to a government paper addressing the importance of creative arts on young people.”