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The Hornsby House School gymnastics team has won the National U11 Mixed Team title at the British Schools Gymnastics Association (BSGA) Floor and Vault Finals, which took place in Stoke-on-Trent on 30th April.
It is the second time in three years that the school has won this competition and Hornsby House pupils Nicolas Goad and Phoebe Hastings also took the individual honours for the highest scoring boy and girl.
The team’s success at the BSGA Floor and Vault Finals follows their third successive win at the BSGA Milano Team Trio Finals which took place in March, also in Stoke-on-Trent.
The pupils are very proud of their medals and the silver cup and shield that they were awarded as winners of these two events. The cup and shield will be engraved and displayed at the school for the coming year.
Emma Evans, Head of Girls’ Games and Clubs Coordinator, said, “Gymnastics is very popular at Hornsby House and we now have around 50 children taking part in the after school gym clubs every week. The team has done so well to win both the national competitions this year – a truly impressive achievement.”
For more information or to arrange a visit, please contact:
Mrs Alex Salandin at Hornsby House School
Hearnville Road, SW12 8RS
020 8673 7573
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