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As part of today’s Advanced Learning Day, students have been drawing various objects such as an eye, chicken wing, kidney and heart. This experience combines both scientific awareness towards how these function and different artistic skills to draw such items.
For the second year in a row Lizzie Nicholls from year 8 attended the BMC youth climbing finals. All the regions of the UK and Ireland send their three best climbers from each age category to compete in this amazing national competition. The finals were held at the end of April at Edinburgh international climbing arena and were watched by hundreds of spectators. The atmosphere was electric and the routes were really hard. Lizzie climbs in the same category as girls of 14 and 15 (despite only being 13) for the Midlands region. She has been training super hard and was pleased to produce a good performance, getting to the top of one of her six routes and really close on the others. It was a fantastic day for all the young climbers and their friends and family. Lizzie is already making plans to make sure she qualifies for next year's event!
Lizzie continues to dominate the local climbing scene with her fourth win in a row at big rock climbing competition on Friday 15th May. Well done also to Lucy Pangbourne from Year 11 who finished third in her category at big rock, only being beaten by two competitors from the Midland climbing team.
A couple of months ago, Isobel Blake Hurworth, (YR7), was featured on our school website for her outstanding achievements in Athletics.
As reported, Isobel was awarded Sport Achiever of the Month for March by Sport MK. At their AGM on Monday 11th May, she was presented with a £50 cheque and a certificate of achievement by the Mayor and High Sheriff of Milton Keynes for her excellent performance at the London Indoor Games.
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