We are lucky to have many talented sportswomen at City and like to celebrate all successes, with our annual Prize giving assembly.
Prep Sports Awards 2015-2016
Year 3 – Marie Girardet receives the award for outstanding performance in gymnastics, a high level of performance as part of the swimming team and overall good progress through a range of new sports and activities.
Year 4 – Augustine Louvrier-Van Meerbeek receives the award for outstanding performance in dance, progress and performance achieved in gymnastics and performance and contribution in swimming.
Year 5 – Fedra Androulidaki and Ophelia Taggart share the award this year. Fedra for outstanding performance as part of the swimming squad and overall good progress in netball and rounders. Ophelia for excellent progress in both swimming and gymnastics.
Year 6 – Maayan Radus for outstanding performance in running and a high level of athletics and excellent performance as part of the gymnastics squad.
The Endeavour Cup- this is awarded for effort and determination to a girl who is always eager to do her best, always reliable, tries hard all the time and has a really positive attitude to everything we do– this goes to Phoebe Walkington.
Overall Prep Sports Person of the Year – goes to a girl who shows outstanding skill in a number of sports namely rounders, netball and tennis and shows great potential for the future, the one to watch!
Congratulations to Beatrice Ehrnrooth.
Senior Sports Awards 2015-2016
Junior Sports Person: Florence Stephens
Florence has been awarded the Junior Sports person trophy as she has continued to develop and excel in a range of sports this year. She is part of the A netball, swimming, fencing and rounders squad and is part of the gymnastics team that qualified through to National Finals.
Senior Sports Person: Amba Coombe
Amba has been awarded the Senior Sports Person trophy as she continues to produce a very high standard of performance in netball, football and rounders. Amba helps with tag rugby coaching and volleyball club and continues to be an outstanding role model for younger students.
Keep Physical Education Award: Hana Smith
Hana has been head of the Sports Committee at city this year and given of her own time to support the PE department in numerous events throughout the year.
International Honours trophy, hereafter to be known as the Tin-Tin Ho trophy: Tin-Tin Ho
Tin-Tin won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games and continues to develop in table tennis at an International level. Tin-Tin manages to combine high level sports performance with balancing her studies and is an inspiration to younger students.
The McLean Team Trophy: U14 Group and Acro National Gymnastics Finals Team
Rachel Akinola, Rosie Neaman, Sophia Shaikh, Clara Salinas Mees, Florence Stephens, Catrin Morris and Danielle Kenley.
Placed at the London regional competition to secure places through to the National Finals in Stoke on Trent. Finished in an excellent 10th place and are determined to return and place higher next year.