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Devon School Trampoline Champions!! AND now they have been nominated for an Express & Echo Sports Award.

Trampoline coach, Niki Grimes, pictured in white above holding the trophy, was very proud of the students who did so well to become the Devon Schools Trampoline Champions. All eighteen students contributed to the this great win against over 200 competitors from fifteen schools.

Amelia Bowmer 1st place individual U13 advanced/ 1st place team with James Brown, Carly Cox, Esme Killburnthompson. Reserve: Holli Williams.

Macy Clarke 1st place individual/ 1st place team.  

Molly Macllellean 3rd place individual/1st place team.

Other team members were Holly Hales and Freya Cranmer.  Reserve Emily Patterson

U15 advanced team: Robyn Pickering, Owen Shaw,  Harry Wright and  Tegan Marrat

U15 novice: Ethan Payntor, Abigail Savage, Clara Woodhead and Charlie Levi.

All the students were coached by Niki at the after college trampoline club.  Well done to them all!

The Year 7 Football team were given a behind the scenes trip to watch Exeter City First Team train before their forthcoming league match against Morecombe. The boys were kindly given the opportunity by, Director of Football; Steve Perryman. Paul Tisdale, the Exeter City manager ran the training session which showed how the team would set up patterns of play, set piece work and fitness/ball work. Students were involved in a question and answer session, followed by meeting the players for photographs and signatures. The group were complemented on their behaviour, good manners and attitude whilst attending the session.

Well done boys and a big thank you to Steve Perryman for the wonderful opportunity!!

Exeter City Reward Trip for Year 7 Footballers



Tues 25th - Saturday 29th April 2017


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Box Office: 01395 222477  www.ledtickets.co.uk


After six months, the Ten Tors teams have just completed their final training weekend.  The first training session started back in October on a sunny day on Dartmoor, covering 7 miles. During the course of the six months, as the miles increased, the weather deteriorated, and the students walked in wind, rain, hail and snow.  More recently the weather has improved and the conditions on the final training weekend were similar to that back on their first walk in October.

On this final weekend, the teams showed remarkable strength and determination where they pushed themselves to the limit.  Setting off from Okehampton Army Camp  at 7.30am on Saturday morning, carrying fully equipped rucksacks, the teams hiked across moorland for 25 miles, stopping only for short breaks before carrying on.  The first 35 mile team arrived at their final checkpoint of the day at an impressive time of 5pm, followed at 6pm by the second 35 mile team, and coming in at 7pm, the 45 mile team, where they wild camped overnight.  On Sunday morning, after a cold night, the teams walked a further 10 miles completing their weekend back at Okehampton Camp and returning to school in time for lunch.

Fully prepared, all that remains now is to wish all three teams the very best of luck with the Ten Tors Challenge which takes place in just two weeks time on Saturday 6th May 2017.

The Teams
Nuns Cross Team 35 (Otherwise known as The Hot Cross Nuns) Alec Dunstan, Ben Stuart, Louis Lees, Ben Hushon,       Charlie Stott, George Cook

Princetown Team 35 (Otherwise known as The Princes) Louis Hockings-Cooke, Zacch Lines, Stewart Masters, Thomas    Croal, Lily O'Loughlin, Clara Woodhead

Team 45s
  Damien Lis, Sam Moxham, Anya Coles, Katie Down, Lewis Eaglesfield, Gregory Marks

The Ten Tors Challenge comprises of teams of six year 10 students, and six year 11 students, navigating with a map and compass 35 miles across Dartmoor for the year 10s and 45 miles for the year 11s, over two days whilst being totally self sufficient, carrying their own kit and equipment, wild camping overnight and cooking their own food, irrespective of the weather conditions.  A Challenge not to be taken lightly!  

Good Luck Team Exmouth!   Ten Tors Challenge

Nuns Cross Team
Princetown Team
Team 45