MK SCHOOLS YR8 ROUNDERS CHAMPIONS

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Well done to our YR8 Rounders team who beat off Read More
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Cram It On a Cupcake

Design & make an imaginative decorated cupcake.  

All entries will be displayed & judged  at the “Art on a summers evening” – weds 13th July - prizes for winning entries .  See food dept for further details

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U15 Girls County Cup Football Champions 2015/16

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Our U15 Girls County Cup team returned to school triumphant from the Bucks Schools County Cup final that was held at Stadium: MK on Friday 27 May.

They played MK Academy in a very closely contested game. If anybody was to assume that a 0-0 game after extra time might be boring, they would be very wrong. Mr Baxter got his tactics exactly right and the girls executed them just as he wanted. County Cup rules permit rolling subs, which was a good thing, as the pitch was bigger than any pitch they would normally play on. There were few chances for goals to be scored, but every girl put 100% effort into her game to deny MKA. The supporters (from both schools) were also terrific and they made the occasion feel even more important.

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Nicole Abel

nicoleabel3Nicole Abel (Yr7) is having a somewhat meteoric rise in the world of competitive figure skating.

She only started skating one and a half years ago and has just won her first National competition held in Guildford, Surrey. She beat off 23 other competitors with a one minute 35 second routine skated to the instrumental tune of “Moonlight”.  It was only her second ever competition.

She is coached at Planet Ice in MK and trains an impressive six times a week, including a 5am midweek session, which surely proves dedication!

Her favourite move on ice is called a “pick-up spin” which is when she spins on one leg with her other leg held up by her head.

Her coaches have high hopes for Nicole and have set her sights on becoming British Champion one day.

Nicole’s next competition is in a few weeks in Coventry and we wish her the very best of  luck.   Nicole who is pictured below with her trophy in Guildford.

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