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Sporting achievements

Although we are a small school, we take part in as many sporting opportunities as we can.  Many pupils also belong to sports clubs and take part in a wide variety of sports out of school.  Here we highlight some of their achievements.

Swimming Awards

 

Isabella and Sophia have been working hard at their swimming, and have recently been presented with their newest awards. Well done, girls. Swimming is such a fabulous skill to have. 

Pony Show

 

Jessica recently took part in a pony riding competition where she and Tilly finished in a fantastic 2nd place. Well done, Jessica (and Tilly). We look forward to seeing more winning rounds!

Jessica at the pony show

Still image for this video

Gymnastic Awards

 

Charly has been working hard at her gymnastic sessions and is very proud to have earned her Stage 8 badge and certificate. She brought them in to show us, and explained the moves and skills she had had to perform. Well done, Charly.

Well done, Maciej!

 

Maciej had a brilliant time, first achieving his Stage 1 swimming certificate, and then gaining Man of the Match at football. What a weekend, Maciej. Very well done.

Captain

 

Archie has had notable success recently, becoming the new Captain of his team, Little Eaton Raiders. We wish you every success, Archie, and know you will do an amazing job. Well done. 

Show Stars

 

Madeleine and Jessica recently took part in their first pony show, both riding their pony, Tilly. Madeleine achieved second placing, and Jessica third. very well done to both of you. We look forward to much more success in the future. 

Strictly Morley

 

Trinity and Barnaby competed in their first ballroom/Latin dance competition this weekend. Trinity obtained 5 trophies and Barney 1. Congratulations to you both. That is a brilliant achievement.

And more!

 

Barney and Trinity also earned swimming awards recently. Trinity gained her Rainbow 100m, and Barney gained his Ducklings stage 1. Well done to you both.

Swimming Stars!

 

Mason and younger brother Oliver have both achieved swimming awards this week. Mason has passed his Learn to Swim level 1, and Oliver his Ducklings first award. Well done, Mason and Oliver. You have worked hard for this, and we are proud of you and your achievements.

Future Rugby Star

 

Catherine has recently followed big brother Zac to Ilkeston Rugby Club and has very much enjoyed her first sessions. Is this a Red Roses star of the future? Good luck, Catherine, and keep enjoying yourself.

Midlands BMX Championship

 

Well done to Ozzie, who recently took part in the Midlands BMX Championship in Birmingham, gaining a fabulous 5th place! 

 

He also took part in the British BMX Chamionship in the Summer coming 21st out of 65 in his age group. Brilliant, Ozzie. 

 

And look at this amazing move that he has just mastered! That is spectacular, Ozzie!

                       

Dance Awards

 

Chloe recently took part in both ballet and modern dance competitions, where she won the gold medal each time! Well done, Chloe. She brought her medals in to show us in assembly. That's a fantastic achievement, Chloe, we are very proud of you.

 

Sailing superstars

 

A fabulous achievement from Harriet, Jack and George who have all completed their level 1 sailing proficiency assessments recently. Well done to you all. 

Swimming awards

Ada is pictured with her Angelfish 2 swimming certificate. To pass Angelfish 2, as well as swimming lengths on her front and back, she had to tread water whilst turning through 360 degrees, do a forwards somersault under water and swim underwater for 5m.  Well done, Ada!

Half Term Skiing

Harriet and Madeleine have enjoyed developing their skiing prowess

on a week's French ski school.

 

Harriet's Mum and Dad are very proud of her receiving her 2e étoile level 2* badge from Enzo her ski instructor which she gained on completing a week of French ski school (ESF) this half term holiday in La Tania in the French Alpes. Most of the other children in her class/ group were 2 years older than her. Harriet's Mum says 'She really seems to have excelled at skiing for her age at 5 and a half years old!'

 

Madeleine's award is her first ski award as this was her first experience. Her Mum says

"Madeleine also earned herself a ESF Ski School Wolf Piou Piou award on the slopes of France. Her Mum says 'Madeleine did fantastically well and we're both so proud of her and her sister's progress last week. it was only Madeleine's first week on skis but she learned control and how to navigate turns on the slopes. She was fearless at the end of the week wanting to race us all down the mountain. She's already looking forward to her next ski trip"

 

This is what Harriet had to do to receive the badge:

 

2 ND STAR - Series of around ten perfect elementary turns over a suitable marked out course on a moderately steep slope. Basic direct line passing over hollows and bumps.  

                                                                          Basic skating step.

Football Champ!

 

 

George was delighted to receive a merit award with a certificate and trophy, following his recent coaching course. He has improved and developed in all aspects of the game. Well done, George. Great achievement.

Gymnastics Competition

 

Marilena took part in her first gymnastics competition on Sunday,

where she won the silver and bronze medal in the girls 9+ category. A very excited and happy Marilena asked her Mum to pass the good news on, so that she could share it with us. Fantastic achievement, Marilena!

 

 

Top Player Award

 

Congratulations to Tom, who won Team Player at Little Eaton Diamonds U7 end of season award ceremony recently. Brother Charlie also received a trophy for the Little Eaton Diamonds U8s but refused a photo shoot! Very well done to both of you. 

Acro Dance

 

Daisy competed at the Kings Dance Festival last weekend and won a gold medal for her Acro Solo! Fantastic achievement, Daisy. Very well done.

Daisy's dancing troupe won second place at the Midlands Dance

Festival this weekend. Well done to all of you.

Black Belt William!

 

William is delighted to have earned his black belt recently. William brought the belt and certificate into school to show us, and tell us about. Well done on your achievement, William.  He is pictured with his award, and also with his coach.

'Rent a Jock' Star

 

Harriet has spent most weekends recently competing in a wide range of horse shows and country fairs. Harriet works as a Rent a Jock for 3 different stables and travels to Scotland, Herefordshire, Norfolk and Gloucestershire as well as destinations nearer home. She has won many medals, rosettes and certificates. Well done, Harriet. We look forward to seeing your name in lights in the future!

BMX Championships

 

Ozzy and Noah were in Blackpool last weekend taking part in the British BMX Championships for the Midlands squad. They both worked incredibly hard and were very well placed: Ozzy came in the top 5 in all his races until he was knocked out just before the quarter finals, and Noah making it to the quarter finals before he too was knocked out. We're all very proud of you both. Well done.

Harriet qualifies

 

Harriet's Mum has sent us the news that Harriet has qualified for this year's Horse of the Year Show, which will take place in October. We will be watching, Harriet! The very best of luck from us all.

Well done, Ozzy!

 

Ozzy's dad has sent a picture of Ozzy receiving his trophy after gaining 7th position in the whole of the Midlands this year for his BMX achievements. Wonderful, Ozzy.

Swimming award

 

Well done, Ginny, who has gained her 50m swimming award recently. Fantastic achievement, Ginny!

Martial Arts for Maciej

 

Maciej has been awarded his first martial arts award recently. Here he is proudly wearing his yellow tag. Well done, Maciej!

BMX Stars again!

 

Noah and Ozzy have both been competing this Summer. They had both worked hard at competitions during the year, and qualified for the Nationals, which is a fabulous achievement. Ozzy rode well, and almost reached the last 8.

 

Noah not only reached the last 8, but came a stunning third overall. Here he is with his bronze trophy. Fantastic achievement, Noah, and well done, both of you.

Some photos of Noah and Ozzy in competition mode and with recent trophies.
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