Pictured: Sophie Elsey, Bailey Hind-Pitcher, Kallen Guest and Amy Ringshaw - pictured below with Chris Pye representing the Ascot Fire Brigade Trust

On Monday 19th December, Charters School in Sunningdale  the annual Sports Presentation Evening, which was kindly sponsored by Windlesham Football Club, was held at Charters School in Sunningdale on Monday 11th December in an event that recognised the dedication and sporting achievements of the students during the past academic year.

Ascot Fire Brigade Trust, who have a long standing relationship with the school, once again awarded four £1000 bursaries to talented athletes to support their sporting careers.  These awards make a big difference and this year went to Sophie Elsey, Bailey Hind-Pitcher, Kallen Guest and Amy Ringshaw.

This year the school also welcomed NK Fitness who awarded two bursaries to Nathalie Camp and Archie Mills to support their strength and conditioning work.

  Throughout the night many awards were given to a range of students whose dedication, resilience and achievements have continued to keep sport at the centre of school life at Charters. 

The individual winners of the Sports Personality of the Year award were:  

Year 7          Sienna Rutherford     Ben Miller

Year 8          Molly Rogers            Archie England

Year 9          Lucy Goodley           Tom Sassi-Roberts

Year 10        Lydia Marshall          Oliver Breedon

Year 11        Rosie Jenkinson        Angus Joyce

The Sports Team of the Year Award for 2016-17 went to the Inter Girls Cross Country Team for finishing in first place at the National Cross Country Cup Final.

Mrs Hartwell, Curriculum Leader of PE said, “Many of our students compete at the very highest level, whilst maintaining their commitment to academic studies. Charters has a reputation within the local community for nurturing sporting excellence and this pedigree shows no sign of abating. Our school motto is Unity, Respect, Excellence and the support our students give one another throughout the sporting calendar really embodies this.”