School Sport Awards
Outstanding Contribution to School Sport
Redborne PE Department award the 'Outstanding Contribution to School Sport Award' every year to the boy and girl in each year that make a significant contribution to the sporting life of Redborne School. There are three areas that make up the award and the winners generally demonstrate a mixture of all three aspects to a high level:
- Outstanding individual sporting performance.
- Setting a good example to others and being a good role model.
- Showing good leadership and desire to put something back into school sport.
Award Winner 2019
Year 11 - Chloe Daniel
Award Winners 2018
Year 9 - Elliot Duffy and Amy Gates
Year 10 - Nathan Wing and Zara Butler
Year 11 - Jamie Cox and Ella Gray
Award Winners 2017
Year 9 – Natalia Batchelor and Tom Pattinson
Year 10 – Megan Wills and Joshua Maxted
Year 11 – Emily Kay and Jake Tompkins
Sixth Form - Gemma Currie and Ben Davies
Award Winners 2016
Year 9 – Ellie Gough and George Bloxham
Year 10 – Georgina Curtis and Ben Rowe
Year 11 – Gemma Currie and Elliott Smith
The Dan Carter Award
Mr Carter or Dan as he was known to his friends and colleagues will always be remembered for his commitment to supporting students both within and outside of the classroom here at Redborne. He believed that anyone could fulfil their dreams if they worked hard and focused on what was being asked of them. Outside of the Maths department Dan worked closely with the PE department supporting students in a sport that he was incredibly passionate about. Playing football both outside of school and for the staff team, Dan excelled and made many friends along the way. He spent many hours planning and preparing sessions and taking students out to fixtures and found great pleasure in seeing youngsters achieve and make progress through a sporting activity that he loved.
Award Winner 2019
Award Winner 2018
Award Winner 2017