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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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