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Gifted And Talented In PE

Gifted And Talented Register

Year 8

Samantha Beatwell – Trampolining (Gifted)

Holly Cairney – Football (Gifted)

Elaine Cimatu – Football (Gifted)

Ashanti Gordan- Athletics (Gifted)

Ellie Sammons – Netball (Gifted)

Lewis Franklin- Football (Gifted)

Callum Cawsey- Tennis (Gifted)

Maliki Ellis – Talented

Andre McCalla – Talented

Shaun Curtis – Talented



Year 9

Ella Teakle – Talented

Olivia Simpkins – Talented

Tashana Gregory Baily – Talented

Alexia Markland – Talented

Tanya Mashiri – Talented

Rhea Seymour -Talented

Chelsea Ubah – Talented

Shane Weaver – Talented

Antonio Khan – Running (Gifted)

Jordan Fadoju – Talented

Harry Atkin – Badminton (Gifted)



Year 10

Ellie Jones – Talented

Niamh Chapman – Talented

Abbie McGrath – Talented

Adeoluwatpmilola Ogunleye-  Talented

Lauren Prior – Swimming (Gifted)

Nicola Rawstone – Trampolining (Gifted)

Luqmaan Shah – Talented

Luke Cheshire – Talented

Tyreece Ellis – Talented

Tomiwar Sanniowo – Talented

Danny Cain – Trampolining (Gifted)



Year 11

Yusouf Al-Fateh –  Talented

Lauren Bater – Talented

Ryan Bull – Rugby (Gifted)

Max Gaitely – Talented

Sasha Leonce – Talented

Gulain Lusambya – Talented

Jake Simpkins – Talented

Daisy Slowey – Football (Gifted)

Bradley Hannon – Athletics (Gifted)

Connor Underwood – Talented


More sports achievements here

Sexual exploitation

As your child starts secondary school, they are likely to enjoy more freedom than at any time in their childhood. Whilst this is an important part of growing up, you will be aware that as a parent you need to help them to enjoy this increasing sense of freedom in a safe manner. Adolescence is a time of change for your child as they explore new relationships and develop a wider social circle, so it can be difficult at times to tell the difference between typical teenage behaviour and warning signs that they may be getting involved in an unsafe relationship. Knowing the signs to look for can help you prevent your child entering an unsafe relationship, intervene early if they are vulnerable, and get the right help. This guide is intended to offer you some straightforward information and advice on how to keep your child safe from such relationships.