The Fred Lamble Bartlett Memorial Award

Established in memory of Fred Lamble Bartlett by family, friends and former students.

Fred Lamble Bartlett was the first Director of Physical Education for the city of Toronto Board of Education in 1930. He was instrumental in shifting the aim of the program away from army training towards an educational perspective, as well as starting the physical education program for young children at the elementary level. In 1942, Fred was appointed to be the First Provincial Inspector of Physical Education in Ontario.

When the Queen's School of Physical and Health Education opened in 1949, Fred was the Founding Director, holding that position until he retired in 1967.