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Broughton Hall Technology College. Sports Awards Evening November 22 nd 2007. Broughton Hall Technology College SPORTS AWARDS EVENING. It gives us pleasure to welcome: Special guest Carolyn Reid Student athletes Parents, guardians and families Coaches Staff

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Broughton hall technology college

Broughton Hall Technology College

Sports Awards Evening

November 22nd 2007


Broughton hall technology college sports awards evening

Broughton Hall Technology CollegeSPORTS AWARDS EVENING

It gives us pleasure to welcome:

Special guest Carolyn Reid

Student athletes

Parents, guardians and families

Coaches

Staff

Suzanne Ramsey – PDM for the School Sports Partnership


What happens in the world of pe at broughton hall
What Happens in the World of PE at Broughton Hall

  • National Curriculum delivered

  • GCSE and A level examinations in physical education and dance

  • Inter-form competitions – hockey and netball

  • Annual choreographic competition

  • Theatre Trips

  • Spanish water sports trip

  • London dance trip

  • Student leadership courses

  • Primary sport

  • Primary dance

  • The ‘Sportslinks Project’ fitness testing


What happens in the world of pe at broughton hall1

Variety of extra-curricular clubs

Swimming

Dance

Badminton

Cheerleading

Rounders

Tennis

Fitness

Clubs with representative teams in a range of sports

Cross country

Hockey

Netball

Football

Athletics

What Happens in the World of PE at Broughton Hall


Competitions entered
Competitions Entered

  • Merseyside cross-country leagues

  • Catholic schools cross-country championships

  • Liverpool netball leagues

  • Liverpool hockey leagues

  • Liverpool 5-a-side football competitions

  • Liverpool 6-a-side football leagues

  • Premier League 6-a-side tournament

  • Liverpool schools athletic competitions

  • Catholic schools athletic competitions

  • English schools athletic competitions


Our special guest carolyn reid
Our Special GuestCarolyn Reid

  • Carolyn Reid

  • 152 England and GB caps combined as GK

  • Played in Olympic games in 2000 in Sydney

  • Played in 3 Commonwealth Games

    1998 Kuala Lumpur – Silver

    2002 Manchester – Silver

    2006 Melbourne - Bronze

  • 2 Hockey World Cups

  • 3 European Championships

  • Club – Hightown – National Championships and European medals


Badminton certificates of attendance
BadmintonCertificates of Attendance

Ellie Clarke

Sarah Kilbride

Rachel Kilbride

Danielle Kerrigan

Rachael Hindley

Lucy Cuckson

Lauren Johnson

Ellie Ehlan

Laura Lannon

Kathy Hennessey

Caitlin Fairclough

Amie Peltzer

Hollie Clarke

Beth Holmes

Faye Buckley

Jessica Tierney

Aimee Lee

Melissa Pennington-Ball

Michelle Mattos

Maria Donnellan

The winners of the doubles tournament were Danielle Kerrigan and Hollie Clarke


Swimming certificates and badges
SwimmingCertificates and badges

Swimming Awards

  • Amy Graceffa 25m, Water skills 2 and Water Skills 3

  • Michelle Barton 50m, Water Skills 2

  • Gabby Manley 50m, Water Skills 2

  • Eve Draper 50m, Water Skills 3, Personal Survival 1

  • Jessica Lassiter 100m, Water Skills 3 Personal Survival 1

  • Caitlin Fairclough 600m, Water Skills 6, Personal Survival 2

  • Shannon Kenwright 600m, Water Skills 6, Personal Survival 2


Cross country certificate of attendance
Cross CountryCertificate of Attendance

Girls who trained consistently but chose to not compete

Amie Lee

Laura Moore


Cross country representative colours
Cross CountryRepresentative Colours

Two races or more

Ellie Clarke

Caitlin Fairclough

Kathy Hennessey

Lucy Cuckson

Rachael Kilbride

Rachel Slater

Jenny Hynes


Hockey representative colours year 7
HockeyRepresentative Colours – Year 7

Team finished 3rd in the Liverpool Schools Hockey League

Caitlin Riley

Laura Maher

Rachel Kilbride

Sarah Kilbride

Ellie Clarke

Rachael Hindley

Rachael Hall

Abbie Quirk

Laura Maloney

Vicky Leach (GK)


Football representative colours year 7
FootballRepresentative Colours – Year 7

These won the silver medal in the Liverpool 5-a-side City Championships and most went on to play at Manchester united on May 25th 2007

Year 7

Paige Williams

Rebecca Green

Rebecca Ainscough

Emma Coleman

Stephanie Renshaw

Danielle Kerrigan

Ellie Clarke

Rachel Kilbride

Sarah Kilbride


Sports awards evening 2007

FootballRepresentative Colours – years 8

Year 8

These girls played alongside the year 7 players in the various rounds of the Premier League U13 Competition

Vicky Long

Sophie Reyland

Lauri Riley


Netball representative colours year 7
NetballRepresentative Colours – Year 7

A Team – 3rd in Liverpool League

Hollie Clarke

Beth Holmes

Kathryn Giblin

Stephanie Moran

Hannah Grierson

Rachel Kilbride

Laura Maloney

Ellie Clarke

B Team

Faye Buckland

Caitlin Fairclough

Kathy Hennessey

Lauren Johnson

Clodagh Beattie

Laura Moore

Sarah Kilbride


Netball representative colours year 8
NetballRepresentative Colours – Year 8

Finished 2nd in the Liverpool League

Lydia Woodman

Julie Tshimanga

Rachel Mulholland

Emily Furby

Candice Benson

Lillie Barnes

Lauren Benson


Netball representative colours year 9
NetballRepresentative Colours – Year 9

Finished 5th In Liverpool League

Jenny Hynes

Jenny McNally

Hannah Thomas

Emma Seasman

Kelsie Riley

Sam McKenzie

Maddie Diggins


Athletics representative colours year 7
AthleticsRepresentative Colours – Year 7

Abbie Burke

Beth Alcock

Ellie Clarke

Kathy Hennessey

Caitlin Fairclough

Sarah Cummins

Beth Holmes

Rachel Kilbride

Danielle Kerrigan


Athletics representative colours year 8
AthleticsRepresentative Colours – Year 8

Lauren Benson

Emily Furby

Jessica Loftus

Sophie Reyland

Hannah Spencer

Julie Tshimanga

Rachel Tully

Emily Murphy


Athletics representative colours year 9 10 11
AthleticsRepresentative Colours – Year 9/10/11

Aimee Campbell

Jenny Hynes

Emma Seasman

Rachel Slater

Jenny McNally

Hannah Thomas

Lauren Murphy

Alex Keaney


Athletics the season
Athletics – The Season

Liverpool City Athletics Finals – Broughton Finalists

Year 7

  • Ellie Clarke - 800m

  • Caitlin Fairclough - 1500m

  • Sarah Cummins – Hurdles

  • Beth Holmes – High Jump

  • Rachel Kilbride – Discus

  • Relay Team

    Year 8

  • Jessica Loftus – 100m and 200m

  • Lauren Benson – 800m

  • Sophie Reyland – Hurdles

  • Julie Tshimanga – High Jump

  • Emily Furby – Long Jump

  • Relay Team

    Individuals

  • Lauran Murphy – 100m and Long Jump

  • Alex Keaney – High Jump and Javelin


Certificate of achievement
Certificate of Achievement

Football Academy Players

Paige Williams

Rebecca Ainscough

Lauren O’Grady

Hannah Lundberg

Alex Keaney


Certificate of achievement1
Certificate of Achievement

Sports Acrobatics

Hannah Cummins

  • Trains with City of Liverpool Sports Acrobatics team

  • Competes in pairs and trios

  • Performs in displays across the city


Award for outstanding achievement
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Karate

Rachel Tully

  • Rachel started karate at the age of 6

  • She does Shotokan style

  • Rachel is a black belt 1st Dan – which she achieved when she was 10

  • Rachel has been placed 1st for both Kata and Kumite in competitions


Award for outstanding achievement1
Award for Outstanding Achievement

TaeKwon-do

Claudia Donoghue

  • Gained her black belt in March 2007

  • Her goal is to go for her 2nd Dan next year, which is very early considering her age

  • Won the Wirral Tournament

  • Coaches younger members of her club


Award for outstanding achievement2
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Hockey/ Swimming

Laura Maher

Hockey

  • Played for the school hockey team

  • First student to be selected to represent the Merseyside County team for a number of years.

    Swimming

  • Swims in the Merseyside and District League

  • Has represented the City of Liverpool

  • Holds a number of club records


Award for outstanding achievement3
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Swimmer/ Biathlete

Sarah Cummins

Swimming

  • Swims for Everton swimming club

  • Their team finished 2nd overall in the ‘Echo Cup’

  • Swam for the City of Liverpool ‘b’ team in 2006 and 2007

    Biathlon

  • Came 3rd in Ribble Valley biathlon team event

  • Came 5th in the Northwest Biathlon in Blackpool in 2007


Award for outstanding achievement4
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Swimming

Siobhan Murphy


Award for outstanding achievement5
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Swimming

Eleanor Wright

  • Member of Liverpool Penguin Swimming Club and City of Liverpool Swimming Squad

  • Last year she set a new competition record in the girls 200m breaststroke – breaking the record by 4.03 seconds to finish in 3.07.84

  • Also won 200m Individual Medley and 200m Freestyle titles

  • Swam with the Speedo Junior Inter Swimming League team at National Finals in November 2006 – silver medalist

  • Presidents Cup Winners 2007


Award for outstanding achievement6
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Diving

Charlotte Coleman

  • Has been diving for 4 years

  • Came 1st in the Liverpool Junior Girls Diving Championships

  • Came 1st in Liverpool Open Girls Diving Championships

  • Competed at the English Schools Diving Championships finishing 10th


Award for outstanding achievement7
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Dance/ Cheerleading

Lauren Gillbanks

Dance

  • Grade 5 RAD Ballet

  • Has danced professionally in ballet and pantomime performances

  • Member of Liverpool Youth Proscenium Ballet Company – only top 10% of dancers admitted

    Cheerleading

  • Member of Mercy Cheerleading team

  • Competes at national level with Star Spirit Cheerleading team


Award for outstanding achievement8
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Athletics

Ellie Clarke

  • Has won over 70 medals

  • Has run at county and national level

  • Runs for the ‘A’ team at Liverpool Harriers, running middle and long distance

  • Came 2nd and 3rd in her races at National Young Athletes Championships at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham

  • Came 3rd in the Merseyside Catholic Schools X-Country Championships


Award for outstanding achievement9
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Athletics

Jessica Loftus

  • Jessica is rated in the top 6 in GB for 200m and 6th in GB at 100m – excellent especially when she is competing against girls older than herself

  • Winner Liverpool Schools Championships 100m and 200m

  • Winner Merseyside Catholic Schools Championships 200m

  • English Schools National Championships

  • Competes for Liverpool Harriers


Award for outstanding achievement10
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Football

Lauren Clinton

  • Selected for Liverpool Academy

  • Selected and played for Liverpool U16 team

  • Selected for the Merseyside U16 team for 2006/7 season


Award for outstanding achievement11
Award for Outstanding Achievement

Football

U13 Football Squad – who reached the national finals of the ‘Premier League 6-a-side Tournament’ representing Everton, played at Old Trafford.

Paige Williams

Rebecca Ainscough

Ellie Clarke

Danielle Kerrigan

Vicky Long

Lauri Riley

Rachel Kilbride

Sarah Kilbride

and Rebecca Green


Award for national honours
Award for National Honours

Taekwondo

Rebecca Caveney

  • 1st dan black belt – fighting for 9 years

  • Has fought with her club in Germany, Belgium and Denmark

  • British Champion in 2004 and 2005 and Bronze Medal in 2006


Award for national honours1
Award for National Honours

Karate

Ashley Tynan

  • Fights at the Shogoryu karate club

  • Been a black belt 1st dan for 2 years – will go for 2nd dan next month

  • Member of the National Squad


Award for national honours2
Award for National Honours

Karate

Laura Johnston

  • Shotokan Cup Winner

  • Liverpool Youth Championship Winner

  • National Youth Championship Winner

  • British Champion May 2006

  • Fought for England at the European Championships in Lucerne, Switzerland

  • Came 3rd in the U20 World Championships

  • Is fighting in the European Cup in Portugal tonight

  • She also coaches youngsters


Sportswomen of the year
Sportswomen of the Year

Criteria for Nomination

  • Committed attitude

  • Talent

  • Performance

  • Leadership

  • Organisation

  • Role model for other students

  • Attendance


Nominations for sportswoman of the year year 7
Nominations for Sportswoman of the Year – Year 7

  • Laura Maher

  • Paige Williams

  • Rachel Kilbride

  • Ellie Clarke

  • Caitlin Fairclough

  • Kathy Hennessey

  • Lucy Cuckson

  • Danielle Kerrigan


Winner year 7
Winner – Year 7

Ellie

Clarke


Nominations for sportswoman of the year year 8
Nominations for Sportswoman of the Year – Year 8

  • Jessica Loftus

  • Emily Furby

  • Vicky Long

  • Julie Tshimanga

  • Lauren Benson

  • Eleanor Wright


Winner year 8
Winner – Year 8

Emily

Furby


Nominations for sportswoman of the year year 9
Nominations for Sportswoman of the Year – Year 9

  • Jenny Hynes

  • Emma Seasman

  • Jenny McNally


Winner year 9
Winner – Year 9

Jenny

Hynes


Nominations for sportswoman of the year year 10
Nominations for Sportswoman of the Year – Year 10

  • Lauren Clinton

  • Rebecca Caveney

  • Lauren Murphy


Winner year 10
Winner – Year 10

Lauren

Murphy


Nominations for sportswoman of the year year 11
Nominations for Sportswoman of the Year – Year 11

  • Alex Keaney

  • Kim Cahill

  • Laura Johnston

  • Sian Griffiths


Winner year 11
Winner – Year 11

Laura

Johnston


Award for leadership
Award for Leadership

These students have given many hours of their own time to help coach the younger students at dance and cheerleading clubs.

  • Veronica Loftus

  • Stephanie Lynch

  • Megan McKay

  • Shauna Jones

  • Katie Gribbin

  • Leanne Owens


Award for outstanding contribution to school sport eve barnes
Award for Outstanding Contribution to School SportEve Barnes

  • Assisted, coached and umpired KS3/4 netball

  • Assisted and lead KS3 rounders club

  • Became a qualified lifeguard. Assisted at swimming club and helped to teach non-swimmers.

  • For the last 2 years has organised a team of students to be guide runners at St Vincent’s Sports events

  • Helped during the sponsored swimming event at St Vincent’s by being in the water with the swimmers

  • Has been involved in organising and umpiring primary netball tournaments

  • Helped with training year 5 playground leaders within family of schools

  • Helped deliver athletic lessons in the primary schools during ‘Primary Health Weeks’

  • Has Level 1 coaching qualifications in netball, hockey, athletics and rounders


Award for contribution to the schools sports partnership
Award for Contribution to the Schools Sports Partnership

Zoe Murray

  • Has started her own dance troupe ‘Morphine’ – they have been successful in competitions and been invited to perform at the Broughton Hall Choreographic Competition, primary events and at the Philharmonic Hall

  • Runs dance clubs at Cardinal Heenan

  • Has developed boys dance in the partnership schools

  • Delivered sessions at primary and secondary school health weeks around the city


Award for contribution to the schools sports partnership1
Award for Contribution to the Schools Sports Partnership

Natalie Brennan

Corinne Green

  • Helped pilot and deliver the SHAPE programme to primary schools throughout the partnership – this was a fundamental skills programme delivered to all reception, year 1 and year 2 pupils. Has since gone city wide, and may even go country wide

  • Ran after school clubs in the primary schools

  • Both are now at university but are still employed as part time coaches


Thanks
Thanks

The PE department would like to thank:

  • Mr Murphy and the Senior Management Team for all of their support

  • Staff at Broughton Hall

  • Suzanne Ramsey – Partnership Development Manager for the School Sports Partnership

  • All of the coaches that work with Broughton Hall students

  • Parents/ Guardians who encourage and support the students to achieve their best

  • Mrs Hayward and the PTA for their invaluable help organising the evening