Huge congratulations to the KS3 girls’ badminton squad who represented the school brilliantly in the National Schools Championship Finals this weekend. The girls progressed to the National Finals after winning both the County and Regional Tournaments earlier this year. The tournament took place at the National Badminton Centre in Milton Keynes with schools from all… Read more »
Well done to our Key Stage 3 Girls’ Badminton squad. Having claiming victory in the area competition last month, the girls qualified for the regional round – played in Newcastle recently. After a superb team performance the girls finished overall winners. Well done to Charlotte, Sara, Maylun and Ava. The team will now progress to… Read more »
Cramlington sixth former Ellie Roberts, was one of only three people shortlisted for ‘Volunteer of the Year’ at the National Badminton Awards which took place earlier this month. Ellie was nominated by the Northumberland County Badminton Association for her volunteering and coaching work she has undertaken over the last 2 years. Every Friday and Sunday… Read more »
Congratulations to CLV student Ellie Roberts who has become the Northumberland Badminton Association’s Unsung Hero of Sport . Ellie plays at the Newcastle Performance Centre and Northumberland County Junior and Senior Teams based at Benfield and now the Tyneside Badminton Centre for almost 11 years, she has also played at Newcastle Medicals Badminton Club for 5… Read more »
Well done to all students who took part in the Northumberland Badminton County Finals. Key Stage 3 girls finished 2nd in their group, winning and losing the same number of games as the winners but, as they lost their head-to-head game, they finished 2nd. Key Stage 3 boys finished 3rd. Key Stage 4 girls finished… Read more »
Congratulations to Ellie Roberts 11CRS who has secured selection to the U17 Girls Welsh Badminton team. She will represent Wales in an International Badminton competition in Belgium in April. This is a fantastic achievement especially as she continues to work exceptionally hard for her GCSE`s and has done well in her recent mock exams.