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Students win Trust Sports Awards

Well done to our amazing students who won awards at the Brooke Weston Trust Sports Award Evening.

Well done to our amazing students who won awards at the Brooke Weston Trust Sports Award Evening.

Sophie Tjurina was named Brooke Weston Trust Sportswoman of the Year in KS2 and the Year 1 and 2 students won the Sports Festival in their category after taking part in lots of exciting competitions against other primary schools in the Trust.

The Sports Awards were held at Corby Cube and students from across the Trust took part. Dancers from Thomas Clarkson Academy provided the entertainment and special guests were tennis player Jade Windley, footballer Alistair Patrick-Heselton and freestyle footballer Jamie Knight who gave a display of his tricks.

He also presented Sophie with her trophy. Sophie’s nomination read: ‘Sophie has always shone as a sportswoman in our school. She has an incredible passion for sports and dedicates her time out of school hours to tennis and chess. Sophie has managed to secure a ranking within the top 16 in the country for tennis.’

Our Sports Festival representatives were presented with their trophy by Alistair Patrick-Heselton and Mrs Norman re-presented it to the students in assembly this morning so everyone could applaud the great achievements of our school’s young sporting stars. Well done to everyone, we are very proud of you!

You can see the story on the Trust website and see all the pictures from the evening here.

 

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