Here is where we celebrate the students that continue their learning outside of school hours, whether it be work in the community, sport or volunteer work.
I am a Year 11 student and I have played for Bury Girls Football Club since I was 7 years old. I thoroughly enjoy playing competitive football. My best memory was lifting the trophy after winning the league in 2018.
Bury Girls train on a Wednesday evening at Goshen sports. If you are interested in joining Bury Football Club, complete an expression of interest form here
Kamari has been attending the junior lifeguard club since he was 10. He achieved his junior medic 1, communications 1 and his Seal 1, 2 and 3 awards before lockdown last year. Some of the things he has had to demonstrate are CPR, the recovery position, general first aid, know how to make an emergency call including the phonetic alphabet, rescue both conscious and unconscious casualties, perform throw rescues with a buoyant aid or rope and rescue a casualty from the pool floor.
I have played for my team for 5 Years. It is a privilege to represent my community and I feel incredibly proud every time I step out on to the pitch.
Archaeology - she is a member of the young archaeologists club and has been for around 4/5 years now. Her club runs every month and they take part in digs and archaeological trips whenever they can.
Dancing - she does ballet and tap and attends lessons every week. She has been dancing for 9 years.
Gymnastics - she has been doing gymnastics for around 7 years and won 3 bronze medals in her first gym competition a few years ago. She attends gym 3 hours each week. This year she was asked if she’d like to begin working alongside the gymnastics coaches - which she does on a Monday evening and n a Saturday morning.