School awarded for its healthy outlook.

Even if you have a lot of other priorities for instance, sports, extracurricular activities, etc., still you need to complete a senior project to graduate successfully

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. A SCHOOL has been rewarded for its commitment to the health andwell-being of its pupils through physical activity and sport.

Henry Hinde Junior, in Cornwallis Road, Bilton, is one of 107 schools in England to be commended in the latest round of applications for an Activemark Award.

Physical education manager Carolyn Thompson said: "We are delighted to receive this award from Sport England.

"I believe we must continue to reinforce the benefits of keeping active and fit to our young people, as they are the next generation and sport is a key building block to a healthy adulthood.

"We provide a range of activities for children of all abilities which is important for self esteem and, of course, health."


SPORT: Games captains Emma Cresswell, aged 10 and Keith Turner, aged 11 celebrate receiving their Sport England Activemark award. Picture: LISA CAREY

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