I feel more confident now I've had this training that I could deal with an emergency
It's actually really hard work! I think I could do it though, to save someone's life.
It was really interesting to find out how to do CPR, I didn't have any idea how to do it before!
Thank you to all of the staff that came in to help us, we have learnt a lot.
It's an important skill that I won't forget.
Mrs Pickering: "It's been a steady start to the netball season for our teams. Years 7, 8, 9 and 11 won one game and lost another in the new competition format. Year 10 won both games and went through to play St Martins in the final stage but unfortunately lost, however we are super proud to be runners up from the Hinckley and Bosworth schools.
Mr Moore: "The boys battled well in tough, windy conditions away at Heath Lane holding Heath Lane to a 1-1 draw and beating Hinckley Academy 4-1 in a round robin tournament to progress to the next round. Man of the matches in their respective games were Adam and Harry , both making their first appearances in school football that afternoon."
Mr Shuttlewood "Watched on by our Principal, Mr Nicolle and an expectant crowd of family and friends, our first game against Heath Lane was a close encounter early on, with both teams looking likely to score but neither making the break through. Our superior possession and quality showed in the second half with three well worked goals. Beau put in a standout performance in the centre of midfield claiming the man of the match award. Our second match vs Hinckley Academy was more of a one sided affair with our boys playing confidently on the back of their win in the first match. The lads were clinical in their finishing, none more so than Jack who bagged four of the five goals claiming the match ball and the man of the match award. Aaron getting 3 goals on the night and the other being an own goal. All round a very impressive night and one we will hopefully build on in the next round. A final mention to the back three (of which a number of the lads played in) and our two goalkeepers for keeping two clean sheets providing the platform for the midfield and attack to wreak havoc up top! Great work lads, onward and upwards (hopefully)!"
A big congratulations to all of our students who have made the effort to attend training sessions during the first half term. There was a brilliant turn out every week and the standard was very high. It takes organisation, confidence, determination and resilience to commit to a club every week and it's a great way to make friends and improve fitness in a fun way!
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Cake of Achievement Winners
Each term, a student is chosen from each year group to win this very special prize. Students are carefully selected by their Head of Year for their continued hard work, effort, resilience, kindness and for demonstrating that they never give up. Congratulations to our three KS3 Cake of Achievement winners from last term!