Junior Award Scheme for Schools

A world wide Accredited Learning Programme for young people. Recognising wider achievement.

As we move towards the final term of the academic year it is a good time for schools to take a look at the evidence that has been collected for JASS. We recommend that the chosen JASS accreditation officer selects a random sample of the JASS folders / eJASS accounts to evaluate the activities undertaken and the evidence collected for these activities.

This can help to:

  • Ensure quality of activities and evidence remains consistent
  • Provide the opportunity to gather evidence of the work¬†undertaken within a class or school to show to parents, auditors, or your local authority
  • Uncover hidden skills or activities that participants completed with another mentor

‚ÄčIf you find a JASS project worth shouting about then please let us know, as we are always looking for fantastic case studies to assist new and existing JASS Centres to make the most of their awards.