Year 9 MenACWY/School Leaver Vaccinations are taking place in school on Tuesday 24 April. Child Health consent forms must be handed to the Welfare Office on Monday, they will not be accepted on Tuesday. Students need to wear a short sleeve shirt or t-shirt/vest under their school shirt.
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Eight talented trampolinists from Haygrove School are heading over the water in March to compete in the National Schools Trampoline Championships which are being held in Northern Ireland.
Molly Turner (U15 Girls Novice), Jayme Love (Disability Elite) and Grace Williams (U19 Girls Novice) will travel with the rest of the U15 Girls Novice Team (Holly Moule, Ella Smith and Jazz Alexander) after each performed excellently at the recent Southern Zonal Schools competition. Jayme and Grace were both placed 2nd in their classes, Molly took 3rd place in her class and the combined efforts of the U15 girls team meant they brought the silver trophy home to Haygrove.
However, it was year 9 youngster and the school’s stand-out male trampolinist, Leighton Goodison-Crisp, whose performance wowed the judges and earnt him the coveted 1st place trophy in the U15 Boys Novice competition.
In total 13 students from Haygrove took part in the Southern Zonal Championships; Ashley Millar, Katherine Groves, Mia Fursland, Molly Pickles, Ella O' Grady and Ella Richards put in hugely creditable performances against strong opposition, but will need to wait another year to see if they can qualify at the national level.
Also many thanks to Gill Harper of Haygrove School to instructor Den Gibbs and the parents that came to Kent to help during the competition and to support their children as without them it wouldn't have happened.