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Pupil Achievements

Year 10, D of E students have visited local primaries to help educate younger children in staying safe.

As part of their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award, 18 students worked with PCSO Peril, our Safer Schools Officer on the crime prevention initiative ‘Stranger Danger’. The students researched how to stay safe and then put together an engaging presentation that could be delivered to younger children. One of the groups invented Detective Duck, a colourful character that helped the young children spot danger!

Tommy Dobson is one of just five talented students from the UK to have won a scholarship to attend the renowned International Science School in Sydney. With support from the Ogden Trust, this once in a life time trip will see Tommy immersed in a visionary science programme for academically talented Year 12 students.

Tommy will attend lectures by leading research scientists; experience hands-on brain expanding activities, explore the research labs, join in with a wide range of experiments and meet like-minded science mad students from all over the world.

Team try-outs took place on Sunday 5 July, Matty Wilson, Year 8 secured a place on the Yorkshire team.

Matty trains every Tuesday and Thurday with the Sheffield Steelers; working on his skill and technique. Matty was confident before the trials and  that all his hard work would pay off and he’d shine at the Yorkshire trials, and he did just that!

During the Year 11 Leavers’ Lunch Lauren Kilvington-0’Connor had her 71cm pony tail chopped off for the children’s charity, Little Princess Trust.

With City Gents hairdresser, Shareen Kellett ready to do the cutting and Lauren’s friends and family looking on, the scene was set for the scissor snipping extravaganza.

Jack Whitehead, Year 8, competed at the East Morton Horse Show on 13 June, with his horse Charlie. Proud Jack and Charlie brought home a Reserve Champion rosette for their superb effort.

Mia Smith, a Year 8 dancer has been invited to perform in the show ‘Rock Stars in our Eyes’ on 27 June.  Mia, who studies all different genres of dance including tap, ballet, hip hop, jazz and modern at DMA Academy, in Shipley will perform two pieces, Guns and Roses; a contemporary number and Sweet Dreamers a Hip Hop style dance, alongside dancers from nine other prestigious dance companies.

Rebecca brought home Bronze from the Schaffhausen Open Taekwondo Championship in Switzerland and two Gold and one Silver from the Quest 1 to1 Championships in Sheffield.

Since being introduced to Taekwondo at the tender age of seven, Rebecca has never looked back. The A class cadet trains nine hours per week with her local club and in March this year she joined the GB Taekwondo Development team.

Diver Holly Waxman will join the GB team in Rome this summer after bringing home four medals from the British Elite competition 2015 ASA Championships in Sheffield.

Holly, Year 7, who dives for Bradford Esprit secured a hat-trick of Golds and one Silver medal over the half term holidays. Holly secured gold on the 1m Springboard alongside the 3m and 3m Synchro with diving partner, Louise; as well as taking home Silver on the individual Platform.

Dan Clarke Coates, Year 10, has qualified again to compete in the Junior European Open in November which is to be held in Spain.

Qualification rounds were tough with great rivalry between the competitors; Dan played four over scratch and showed great sportsmanship throughout the day which took him through to an impressive joint lead.

Lauren Kilvington-O’Connor is hoping for warm weather after promising to shave off her long hair to raise funds for a children’s charity. 

Lauren will wave goodbye to her 71cm pony tail and to her GCSE examinations at the same time, in front of an audience of staff and students on 24 June 2015.

Evan Brownnutt and Nicole Mitchell, Year 11, are through to the next rounds at the UK Mathematics Trust, Maths Challenge.

Every year we enter our most talented mathematicians into the competition. These challenges are intriguing multiple choice question papers, which are designed to stimulate more interest in mathematics.

First time competitor, Jordan Garcia, Year 10 participated in the Yorkshire Youth League Fencing competition in Wakefield, coming fifth overall.

Jordan put in an excellent performance against competitors who had been fencing, and fencing with electric foils much longer than him.  Fencing coach, Tim Noble said; “Jordan has done really well in this competition,

Four GCSE Chemistry students have beaten off stiff competition to take part in a prestigious three day chemistry placement at selected Russell Group Universities. The Salter’s Institute camp programme will enable Olivia Ryan and Emily Brown to join the University of Cambridge and Holly Buchan and Devon Rhodes to attend the University of Manchester for intensive tuition in a university Chemistry department where they will work with expert teachers and university based chemists on intellectually challenging practical activities.

Molly Hattersley, Year 9 is starring in the acclaimed adaption of the romantic ballet – Giselle at St Georges Hall. Molly along with other gifted dancers from around the region will be performing with a cast of the finest professional principal dancers from London and around the world.

Molly auditioned for the chance to perform in the Downton Abbey style story in March and has been attending rehearsals ever since for the up and coming performance on Friday 5 June and Saturday 6 June.

Rhea Southcott is now ranked UK’s no 1 U15 girl’s Pentathlete. Rhea, a student at Titus Salt School is celebrating after taking Gold at the England Athletics Championship on Sunday 15 March 2015. The 13 year old athlete also broke some long standing U15 records held by Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson Thompson, what a fantastic achievement, well done Rhea.