Friday Headlines

On Sunday 6 May, the EHS U13 gymnastics team travelled to Stoke for the National Schools Milano Gymnastics competition. The gymnastics teams at this competition had all won their regional qualifying round, meaning standards were very high. 

The EHS team, consisting of Mollie Hewison, Jenny Reidy, Charlotte Miller, Nyah Khera, Lucille Sutton and Ruby Morais-Trigg, performed to the best of their ability placing them 10th overall. 

Mollie continued to amaze us, placing 2nd Nationally for her age group. This is truly an incredible achievement and the team are very proud of her.
A special mention must go to Ariella Randall who unfortunately picked up an injury before the competition. Despite this she showed true EHS team spirt, attending the competition to cheer on and support her team. 

Well done girls! 

Miss Jacks 
 

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