Bridlington School Sports Presentation Evening

On Wednesday 7th January the PE Department at Bridlington School hosted their annual Sport Presentation Evening at Bridlington Rugby Club. This evening was a chance for staff, students and parents to celebrate the sporting achievements many of our students have had over the past year. The evening was huge success with over a hundred people attending and we are very thankful to everyone who made it. In particular, our VIP guests, Jon and Vanessa Rowbottom.  We would also like to thank all our parents for supporting their child in their sporting endeavours and celebrating their success with us.

Here is a list of our winners:

Year 7 Sportsman: Alfie Regan

Year 7 Sportswoman: Leah Freeman

Most Improved Year 7: Jack Hall

Most Improved Year 7: Zoe Gummerson

Year 8 Sportsman: Brad Barmby

Year 8 Sportswoman: Rebecca Hill

Most Improved Year 8: Ash Pattinson

Most Improved Year 8: Tanya Geldard

Year 9 Sportsman: Clayton O’Hara

Year 9 Sportswoman: Jorja Alves

Most Improved Year 9: Harrison Brompton

Most Improved Year 9: Cerys Reece

Year 10 Sportsman: Josh Garbutt

Year 10 Sportswoman: Emily Pye

Most Improved Year 10: Mantas Ruzgas

Most Improved Year 10: Savannah Lowe

Boys Team of the Year: Boys Cricket

Girls Team of the Year: Key Stage 3 Girls Football

KS4 Leaders of the Year: Beth Sturdy, Emma Smales, Jorja Alves, Naomi Walkington.

KS5 Leaders of the Year: George Hughes, Millie Fox, Karina Woollons, Kailee Jenkinson.

Long Term Achievement in PE: Shane Wilkes

Overall Sports Person of the Year: Lewis Wilkinson

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