Greenfield Community College recently held its annual sports presentation evening.
The school has been recently recognised with the afPE Quality mark status that acknowledges the outstanding results in individual and team achievements.
All students who attended the presentation received a certificate to celebrate their achievement in the vast array of extra-curricular clubs that Greenfield Community College offer throughout the year.
Sports include football, netball, rugby, athletics, tennis, badminton, table tennis, cross-country, dodgeball, basketball, cricket, sports hall athletics, girls football, rounders, mountain biking, gymnastics, sports leadership, boccia and handball.
The ceremony provided opportunity to celebrate winners for personality, commitment, most improved, academic and sporting excellence, team of the year, sports leader and an outstanding club performance and students were invited on stage for the infamous entertainment round, which was themed around a ‘Question of Sport’.
Two prestigious awards were presented that evening for Outstanding Performance in School Sport with Adam Ord winning the accolade for the fourth time in four years for the boys and Ameera Haizan for the girls.
“Congratulations to all students who have represented the school this last year,” said a school statement.
“You have done yourself, your family and your PE teachers proud.”
The award winners were:
Sports Personality Male & Female – Jack Lambert (Aycliffe Site), Ben Moore (Shildon Site), Holly Walker (Aycliffe Site), Skye Long (Shildon Site).
Commitment to Sport Male & Female – Dylan Hugill (Aycliffe Site), Grace Chadfield (Aycliffe Site).
Most Improved Male & Female – Steven Bell (Aycliffe Site) and Haydon Mawson (Shildon Site), Tilly Dawes-Smith (Aycliffe Site) and Lucy-J Palmer-Denham (Shildon Site)
Academic and Sporting Excellence Award – Melissa Wall (Aycliffe Site)
Team of the Year – U13 Netball squad and Year 10 Football Team
Outstanding Performance in School Sport Male & Female – Adam Ord (Aycliffe Site), Ameera Haizan (Shildon Site).
Sports Leader Award – Lauren Richardson (Aycliffe Site)
Outstanding Club Performance Outside of School – Matthew Taylor – Water Polo (Aycliffe Site)