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Alex represents GB at Triathlon

Year 13 student Alex Chantler-Mayne will take a break from revision this weekend (28th May) when he will represent Great Britain in the European Junior Triathlon Championships in Lisbon. He continues his success after being placed third at the GB Junior gateway event in Llanelli earlier in May. We wish him all the very best.

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Cheltenham District Athletics Championships

On Friday 13th May, some of Pate’s finest athletes took to the track and field at The Prince of Wales Stadium to compete in the Cheltenham District Athletics Championships. A high percentage of athletes won their events and all the following have been selected to represent Cheltenham District at the County Championships on 11th June. A huge well done to all who competed and best of luck to those progressing to the next stage:

Tim Andrew (Junior Boys’ 100m and 200m)

Jack Musselwhite (Junior Boys’ 300m)

Luke Goddard (Junior Boys’ Triple Jump)

Rory Cawkwell (Intermediate Boys’ 200m and 400m) Tom Davies (Senior Boys’ 1500m)

Inca Padfield (Junior Girls’ 800m)

Piper Holmes (Junior Girls’ High Jump)

Jade Gough (Intermediate Girls’ 1500m)

Alex Quinn-Savory (Senior Girls’ 400m)

Sophie Whitehead (Senior Girls’ 800m)

Bethan Moor (Senior Girls’ 1500m)

Libby Cherry (Senior Girls’ 1500m)

Amy Kohnstamm (Senior Girls’ Triple Jump) Mel Bird (Senior Girls’ Shot and Discus) Ellen Thrall (Senior Girls’ Hammer)

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Music Department ISM Gold Award

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Music Department ISM Gold Award: The Music Department has been awarded a gold award from the Incorporated Society of Musicians for their GCSE work.

Last year over 20% of the cohort took GCSE music, making us one of only 87 schools in the country to have so many pupils studying music at GCSE. This includes the 4 specialist music schools as well as top independent schools which have a clear focus on music. Including these specialist schools we were ranked 19th in the country for the music results. It is wonderful to have such a flourishing Music Department and it reflects well that the value of studying the arts at GCSE is understood. Congratulations to Ellie Lane and her Music Department on receiving this impressive award.

Dance Medals at the Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts

The Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts happens every year in Cheltenham in May and this year its celebrating 90th year of being not only Cheltenham’s oldest festival, but also the south west’s largest community arts festival. The festival started on 3rd May and runs till 15th May 2016 at Cheltenham Town Hall and other venues across the town. Hundreds of children, adults, choirs and dance groups showcase their talents by competing in various categories and age group.

This year, Maya Horwood and Thrinethra Gowri Shankar (both 9Y) entered the National Solo Dance Competition (age group – 13 :14) category on Monday, 9th May in Cheltenham Town Hall showcasing their dance skills by performing Bulgarian National Dance and South Indian National Dance – Bharatanatyam. Congratulations to Maya who won 1st and Thrinethra who won 2nd Place in their category and received Gold and Silver medals along with a certificate from Craig Bartley, who is an adjudicator for the ‘The British and International Federation of Festivals’.

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English Schools Athletics Cup Competition

The Prince of Wales Stadium played host to a fantastic afternoon of English Schools Athletics Cup competition Monday after school. Each team was required to enter 14 (boys) or 12 (girls) athletes with each competitor accumulating as many points as they could across two events. Brilliant performances from the Junior Boys' and Junior Girls' teams saw both finish in 1st place. Both the Intermediate Boys' and Girls' team finished in 3rd position. We await results from other county rounds in the South West to find out if the points totals are enough for us to qualify for the Regional Rounds.

There were many fantastic individual performances from the four teams, with the following achieving the top single score:

Junior Boys- Daksh Bagi (25 points) for his time of 12.5s in the 100m
Junior Girls- Molly Powlesland (21 points) for her time of 5:29 in the 1500m
Inter Boys- George Williamson and Tim Andrew (both 20 points) for their time of 11.9 in the 100m.
Inter Girls- Jade Gough (1500m) and Inca Padfield (800m) who both achieved 20 points for their times of 5:15 and 2:34 respectively.

Jade Gough winning the Inter Girls 1500m race   Kabbyo Hazra winning the Junior Boys 300m race

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Brass Band Champions

Congratulations to Oskar Curtiss (Y7), Amy Godfrey (Y9) and Hector Lowe (Y7), who represented the Chalford Youth Band and won first place in the National Youth Brass Band Championships of Great Britain.  

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