Today, we had the pleasure of celebrating the outstanding achievements of our incredible pupils who couldn’t be recognised during Feel Good Friday due to assembly rescheduling. These pupils were nominated by Headteacher, Ms N Mason, due to their fantastic achievements at the recent county swimming trials!
Molly’s dedication to long-distance swimming shines through as she excels in the 800m and 1500m races. Not only is she a sports leader within our school, but Molly is also an aspiring pilot with dreams of representing the RAF swimming team. Training up to five times a week, she embodies the tenacity and commitment that make our school proud.
Mia’s preference for the front crawl is evidenced by her impressive journey from a qualifying speed of 53 to an astonishing 32.09 seconds! Her recent accomplishments in regional championships for the 1500m race showcase her passion for the sport. Beyond swimming, Mia is an avid runner, participating in Park Runs every weekend and engaging in country cross-country running.
Jack, with an incredible 0.15-second improvement in his personal best, demonstrated exceptional skill in shorter distance races. Juggling commitments as a member of the Scouts, Aikido enthusiast, and a dance team participant, Jack’s schedule is a testament to his passion and dedication. His commitment to various activities reflects a well-rounded individual.
Mrs. C Cain, Assistant Headteacher, commended these exceptional pupils, stating: “Their tenacity and aspirations make our school immensely proud. Their dedication to training and excellence sets a standard for all, proving that with hard work, anything is possible.”
Let’s congratulate Molly, Mia, and Jack for their outstanding achievements and for being exemplary ambassadors of Chase Terrace Academy!
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