Congratulations to Year 7A netball team who were runners up and 7B, 8A and B teams who were champions in the recent Southport and Formby District Netball Tournament.
Congratulations to the Year 11 Netball team on 3rd place in the Liverpool Schools Netball competition and qualifying for Merseyside Championships.
Congratulations to the Key Stage 4 Badminton team who became Merseyside champions.
Congratulations to the KS3 badminton teams on representing the school in the Southport & Formby Schools competition. The A team were runners up and the B team were 3rd place.
Congratulations to the Year 8 hockey teams. The A team were Merseyside runners up and the B team were 6th placed and the first Merseyside B team.
Congratulations to the Year 11 Hockey team on becoming Merseyside champions.
Congratulations to the Year 7 and 8 football team on becoming champions at the Sefton Football festival.
Congratulations to the Year 7 Indoor Athletics team on being Southport & Formby champions.
Congratulations to the Year 8 Indoor Athletics team on being Southport & Formby champions.
Congratulations to Olivia Logan who came 9th out of over 300 girls in the English National Schools Cross Country championship. She is now first reserve for the English national team.
Congratulations to Amie Hill who has recently represented Northern Ireland U15 football team in a tournament on 23rd March.
Congratulations to Melissa Bailey who has just attended her first England Football Association National Performance Camp of the 2017-18 season. Melissa was one of 40 players on the camp from across the country from 23rd March through to the 25th March. During the camp not only were the girls involved in 4 high level football training sessions but they also attended tactical, confidence building, education session.
Congratulation to Brooke Cairns who has been representing England, Women's U15 at a Training Camp, St George's Park over the past week.
Congratulations to Jaz Greenwood who won the Junior Performance Achievement Award for 2018 at the Preston Sports Awards Evening on 24th March.
Sports Leadership day
Inspirational women leaders are hitting the headlines, with a female Prime Minister and potentially the first American female President. Leadership skills and qualities are extremely important, and our recent Leadership Enrichment Day for Year 9 gave our students opportunities to gain these necessary skills. We challenged our Sport Leaders to consider and develop a positive growth mindset that 'Greenbank girls can' be the next inspirational famous leader of the future such as Olympic Hockey Captain Kate Richardson-Walsh at the Rio Olympic Games.
The Physical Education department had 43 Year 9 pupils sign up to complete a short introduction on sport leadership taking part in a series of tasks and challenges thats then led to pupils self-assessing their current own skills within leadership and setting targets of qualities they could develop further. These students will work towards their SSAT Leadership Qualification and assist in a number of primary school events to be held later on in the year.
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