Posted: Fri, 05 Dec 2014 10:00
Hinckley & Bosworth and Blaby & Harborough were both victorious in the KS3 & KS4 trampolining finals this week. The Key Stage 3 & 4 Super-Series Final saw seven Partnerships take part forming 13 teams of up to four young people in each.
The event saw an excellent afternoon's trampolining with a high standard on show. In the KS3 competition Hastings High School (Hinckley & Bosworth) performed exceptionally well to take the winwith Welland Park Academy (Blaby & Harborough) coming in second place. Third place went to Rawlins Academy (North Charnwood).
In the KS4 event the winners were our hosts Robert Smyth Academy (Blaby & Harborough), with Casterton Business & Enterprise College (Rutland) coming second and Sir Jonathan North Community College (West Leicester) taking home the bronze medals
The 'Spirit of the Games' were awarded to Sir Jonathan North Community College (West Leicester) in the KS3 competition and St Paul's Catholic School (East Leicester) in the KS4 competition. These teams were awarded this trophy for fully demonstrating the values in which the "School Games" represents - Determination, Honesty, Passion, Respect, Self-Belief and Teamwork.
Trampolining – KS3
- Winners ~ Hinckley & Bosworth (Hastings High School)
- 2nd Place ~ Blaby & Harborough (Welland Park Academy)
- 3rd Place ~ North Charnwood (Rawlins Academy)
- 4th Place ~ West Leicester (Sir Jonathon North Community College)
- 5th Place ~ East Leicester (Hamilton Community College)
- 6th Place ~ South Charnwood (Martin High School)
- 'Spirit of the Games' ~ West Leicester (Sir Jonathan North Community College)
Trampolining – KS4
- Winners ~ Blaby & Harborough (Robert Smyth Academy)
- 2nd Place ~ Rutland (Casterton Business & Enterprise College)
- 3rd Place ~ West Leicester (Sir Jonathan North Community College)
- 4th Place ~ South Charnwood (Martin High School)
- 5th Place ~ Hinckley & Bosworth (The Market Bosworth School)
- 6th Place ~ North Charnwood (Rawlins Academy)
- 7th Place ~ East Leicester (St Paul's Catholic School)
- 'Spirit of the Games' ~ East Leicester (St Paul's Catholic School)
The Leicester-Shire & Rutland School Games is part of the national 'Sainsbury's School Games' that is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire young people to take part in more competitive school sport. It is open to all young people aged 5-18 years, of all abilities and backgrounds from every school across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.
Delivered locally by Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport (LRS) and the 10 School Sport & Physical Activity Networks (SSPANs), the Leicester-Shire & Rutland School Games provides schools the chance to boost their existing work in school sport to create a year-round calendar of competition for all students.