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Student Successes

Celebrating current and ex-students achievements. If you have a success story please let us know

Year 7 ballet Success 

C.Cross in year 7 has been selected for the English Youth Ballet.

Year 10 Rugby Champion 

Tom in year 10 plays for Stockport Tigers U-15, they had success in Lisbon Portugal playing in the Team as a Winger/Full back. They only conceded 7 points in the whole tournament beating

in a competition containing tough teams from England, Ireland, Wales, Spain, Portugal, Australia and South Africa. The Tigers beat the official Bristol RUFC A & B Academy teams in the Semi-Final and Final.

The Final was at the Lisbon University Stadium in front of 5000 supporters and was broadcast LIVE on Youtube with English commentary enabling the families back home to witness the first ever International Trophy Won by a Stockport RUFC Team!

May 6th Cheshire Cup Final where Stockport Tigers won the trophy for a record breaking 4th Season in a row!!!

Tom has now also been to the Cheshire and Lancashire Hub of the Sale Sharks DPP trials (Developing Player Programme) narrowly missing out on selection.

Year 7 Swim Champion 

Noah who swims for Stockport Metro has just been promoted to the national Performance Squad for 2018/19. This is a huge achievement.

UKF Karate World Champion 

Year 8 U14's MU Football Champion 

Year 7 Tae-Kwon Champion 

Year 8 Athletics Champion 

Year 7 Ice Hockey Champion 

Year 11 U19 International Enduro Bike Champion 

Year 11 Irish Open karate international Champion 2016 


Year 8 is national Archery Champion 

Dylan (Year 8) was crowned Under 14 20M National Archery Champion in December. Dylan who competes for The Bowmen of Bruntwood has previously had national honours and to do it again this year is an amazing achievement. In addition to his 1st place finish, Dylan also placed 5th overall across all of the age groups who competed. Well Done!

Sammy's Swim for Charity 

Sammy's Swim the equivalent of the English Channel in a 25m Pool

I am Sammy, aged 10 and raising money for Coeliac UK because I have been recently diagnosed as a Coeliac.

Last November I was diagnosed as being a Coeliac and since then have had to embark on a Gluten Free Diet.  To be perfectly honest, I have found the whole experience pretty tough, cutting out a lot of the familiar things that I used to love to eat, being different from my friends and generally feeling upset that this condition is a life-long one and not a short fix!

Recently when going through the Coeliac Uk Magazine with my mum, I noticed all the different fundraising challenges that were taking place.  As I love sport and in particular am a very keen, competitive swimmer and swim for Stockport Metro, Saracens and Droylsden, I thought that I might like to do a fundraising challenge of my own to help raise much needed awareness and funding for Coeliac Uk Ltd.

Therefore I have set myself the challenge to swim the equivalent of the English Channel (22 miles) in a swimming pool over a period of 4 weeks (1st October - 29th October, 2016).  In a 25m pool this equates to a total of 1416 lengths, so broken down into 354 lengths/week.


Sammy actually swam 2061 lengths in total, which is 51,525 metres or a massive 32 miles. So in the end Sammy swam across the channel and in fact 10 miles back. As I am sure you will agree with me that this is an awesome achievement which supported the charity Coleiac UK which Sammy is passionate about. The total raised so far is £663.75. Wow!

Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

Year 10 Takes Kickboxing World Championships by Storm 

Congratulations to Jack in year 10 Brunel House who is a member of NWCKB high peak kickboxing club in Buxton, who took the World Championships in Dublin by storm. It was one of the largest events of its kind for many years, but the NWCKB club returned home with seven gold medals and two bronze medals. Jack along with 7 other kickboxers have had the most successful year, by far, since the club was formed and reflects the high stand-ard of martial artists it is now producing.

As a result, the kickboxers are keen to give some-thing back and are hoping to raise awareness by supporting a charity group called Tender, whose mission is to highlight domestic abuse among young people and promote healthy relationships based on equality, respect and tenderness.

Jack fought in the British Championships on March 19th in Bradford. He won gold in -50kg  Light Contact category and bronze in -50kg Points category. This makes him British Champion in Light Contact for his age and weight. He qualified to fight in the England team later this year at the World Championships in Florida in both categories.