St Clement High Schoo held its sixth annual sports presentaiton evening on June 30 in the presence of Bob Champion MBE.
The evening celebrated the many individual and team success throughout the academic year both in curriculum time and during the extensive extra-curricular programme.
The audience of students, parents, carers and invited guests were treated as Mr Champion gave a real insight into his rise to fame, his battle against cancer through to his historic win at the Grand National and subsequent involvement with the Bob Champion Cancer Trust.
It has been a very successful year with the school competing in 15 different sports, winning West Norfolk competitions in badminton, angling, netball and tennis.
The Sports Leader Award provides both challenge andopportunity for students in years 10 and 11, along with aspirational visits to Loughborough University and large sporting venues.
The evening saw a number Awards presented. Highlights included Sportswoman of the Year; shared between Jess Alder and Bryony Pack and Sportsman of the Year, Alfie Bobbins.
All three students perform at county level in their chosen sport,represent the school in at least six different sports, have Full Sports Colours, Level 2 Sports Leaders and are excellent role models.
School Team of the Year; was shared between KS4 Girls & KS4 Boys Badminton Teams who both won the County Championships and the Angling Team who won the Active Norfolk County Angling Final
Top Sports Leader; Girls; Louise Watson and Boys; Charlie Rudland. These two students have led a number of sessions and activities to a very high level both in school and in our feeder primary schools.
Top GCSE Practical Award was shared between Paul Defty and Sam Thorpe.
These two students are forecast to obtain maximum marks for the practical aspect of the GCSE PE qualification.
Contribution to School PE and Sport; Jess Boxall, Annabel Brown & Alec Marshall. This Award is given to those students who dedicate their time no just to playing sport, but to coaching, officiating and running events
A total of 14 pupils were given their full school colours.
The school also recognised the contribution made by the outgoing Year 11 students. Five students were singled out for the significant contribution they have made during their time at the school; Ella Payne, Sam Baxter, Harry Knight, Paul Defty and Sam Thorpe.