'Beyond Bluecoat' Achievement
Oli (Year 5) and Poppy (Year 3) became members of Torridgeside Amateur Swimming Club after finishing their swimming lessons. Oli joined 3 years ago and Poppy joined amost 2 years ago. They attended the TASC Awards Ceremony on Saturday 22nd February at Langtree Village Hall where they received numerous medals for their efforts.
Poppy - Girls 8 Years
50m Breaststroke - 1st, 50m Backstroke - 1st, 100m Individual Medley - 2nd, 50m Free - 2nd, 50m Fly - 3rd, 400m Free - 1st
Oli - Boys 9 Years
100m Free, 100m Backstroke, 100m Fly, 200m Free, 200m Back, 200m Individual Medley, 400m Free - All 1st.
Well done Oli and Poppy!
Phoebe in Year 6 participated in the School Games competitions in Exeter and Barnstaple. The competitions included swimming, sitting volleyball and tennis. Phoebe said "Swimming was my favourite". Winning the medals made Phoebe feel happy.
Well done Phoebe!
William in Year 5 completed the British Heart Foundation Heartstart Emergency Life Support Programme through his involvement with Bideford Sea Cadets. Through the programme William learnt how to:
- recognise a heart attack and a cardiac arrest
- help an unconscious person
- perform CPR
- help someone choking
- respond to serious bleeding.
Well done William!
Lily in Year 5 has been attending Aikido since she was 5 years old. Now in Barnstaple, she attends weekly sessions and has trained hard. On Saturday 7th December she graded and was awarded the first part of her orange belt - this is her 5th coloured belt!
Well done Lily!
Heidi in Year 5 has been part of the Ruby Squad at Falcons Gymnastics Academy in Barnstaple for the past 3 years. In October Heidi won two bronze medals (vault and bars) for her local level 6 competition against several clubs. Also, at the beginning of November she also won all round gold with her team in Newton Abbot, also level 6.
Well done Heidi!
Riley in Year 5 has been part of Xplosion Cheerleading in Bideford for over a year. He got into it through his older sister after attending an Xplosion Christmas Party and decided he wanted to join. Riley commented "We get to do all sorts of stunts. It's really fun and it has made me more confident".
He recently took part in a cheerleading competition with his team as part of the Exeter Cheer Festival 2019. Out of nine classes entered they won 7 x 1st places and 2 x 2nd places. Even Riley's mum competed with a team and also won 1st place.
Well done Riley (and mum!)