Hearts were pounding as 13 year old Hannah Greeno reached the final of the English Billiards U19 Girls Championship on 15th April. Triumphing over a much older opponent, in what was a very close match, she emerged victorious.
She played with maturity, calm and composure, displaying resilience after having a difficult game earlier on in the tournament.
Congratulations to the champion in our midst! Well done Hannah!
Students recently undertook a project around the history of the internet, its impact on our everyday life and various uses.
They contemplated just how different life would be without its invention and how it may be used in the future.
The annual Sports Awards Evening celebrated achievements in a wide range of sporting activities from the previous year. Students were recognised for exceptional progress or outstanding achievement. Over 90 students were awarded certificates throughout the evening.
The guest speaker was Olympian Ashley McKenzie, currently ranked number one in British Judo. Pictured with him is Eva Rawson who received the overall TNHA Sports Person of the Year 2018.
As their fundraising efforts drew to a close - a group of Archie’s friends presented him with a cheque for £2,881.38 (funds still being received) to help with costs when he receives his bone marrow transplant.
A fantastic effort by all students and staff at the academy supporting one of their own!
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