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Y11 student to train for the boxing England Talent Pathway Squad.

As well as celebrating students achievements in school It's also great to hear about the achievements of students who are doing well in clubs outside of school hours. Well done to Tilly Hymers, Y11, who in her psare time belongs to a boxing club and has already achieved 2 wins in 2 weeks, a brilliant start to the season. Tilly will get to train in Dagenham on Saturday with the England talent pathway squad. This event allows the induction of more boxers into the Talent Programme and allows the programme to be tailored to the boxer’s ability, requirements and future potential.

Y11 student to train for the boxing England Talent Pathway Squad.

 


Year 6 Open Evening

What a great atmosphere at tonights Open Evening. If you weren't able to come along and you would like to have a look around our fantastic academy please feel free to pop in anytime.

Year 6 Open Evening

 


Castle View Academy Student Named British Wheelchair Basketball’s “Female Player of the Year”

Castle View Academy is celebrating after one of its very own students was named British Wheelchair Basketball’s “Female of the Year”.

Year 11 student Maddison Martin, who was born with Spina Bifida, was given the prestigious Peter Jackson Female Player of the Year Award at the British Junior Wheelchair Championships at the beginning of August.

Maddie, who was inspired to get into wheelchair basketball after watching the 2012 London Paralympics, has had a highly successful year competing in the national GB team as well as the South East regional team.

The award recognised how rapidly Maddie has risen up the ranks of wheelchair basketball.  Starting her career at an accessible disability sports club where she played for fun, Maddie has trained exceptionally hard to become an U24 GB International and U24 European Gold medal winner.  Her incredible journey has been shared across the global wheelchair basketball community with well-renowned Turkish Wheelchair Basketball player Murat Sultan writing a piece in Turkish media.  Japanese Para Sports Magazine has also recently posted about Maddie and her amazing journey.

Maddie has now set her sights on being selected for the GB Team at the Tokyo Paralympics next year.  She’ll be training hard to achieve this goal whilst also studying for her GCSEs next summer.

Christian Down, Principal of Castle View Academy, said:
We are all incredibly proud of what Maddie is achieving.  Her determination to overcome any obstacle and reach her goals is truly astounding.  She is an inspiration to everyone within the school and we wish her all the best as she seeks to secure a place at the Paralympics.

Castle View Academy Student Named British Wheelchair Basketball’s “Female Player of the Year”

 


Year on year GCSE success celebrated at Castle View Academy

Today for the second year in succession, students and staff at Castle View Academy are celebrating record breaking GCSE results. Over 60% of the students achieved 4 or above in English and Mathematics, a significant increase on results from previous years.

Year on year GCSE success celebrated at Castle View Academy

 


ROA Results & Celebrations

It's been a fantastic week of celebrations this week with all students getting their ROA results. The students are really engaging with the ROA's, as such, every day there has been a wave of excitment in the academy as students opened their envelopes and then went on to attend their celebration assemblies to mark the end of the academic year. #Excellenceinallwedo #CVProud

ROA Results & Celebrations

 


LionHeart Challenge 2019

Our Year 9 students took part in the LionHeart Challenge on the 15th July. This involved students taking part in a high energy business challenge, working together in groups, to come up with a business proposal based on a social theme that they consider to be important to them.

 

LionHeart Challenge 2019

 


Year 5 Witches, Wizards and Wands Festival

last week we were delighted to welcome year 5 students from our local feeder schools to CVA for our Witches, Wizards and Wands festival. Students spent the day taking part in workshops which included writing spells, working out magic numbers, making up potions and there was even a spot of Quidditch!

I just wanted to say how amazing yesterday was for our children. The Harry Potter day was truly a magical experience for our children. The staff and year 11 pupils that led us round were amazing, a credit to your school. It was such a lovely way for our children to see the change at Castle View. The staff had obviously put a lot of effort in and it was lovely to see all the different subjects being used to inspire the children. I am hopeful that it happens again next year as I will be highly recommending it to our head.

 

Thank you once again for this wonderful experience for our children.

Year 5 teacher St Pauls Primary School

Year 5 Witches, Wizards and Wands Festival

 


BAE Roadshow

Many thanks to the BAE Roadshow team for an inspiring show today to our year 7&8 students. The roadshow was aimed at inspiring excitement in STEM subjects through fun interactive activities.

BAE Roadshow

 


Beacon View Spanish Day

Year 10 Students from CVA enjoyed spending the day at Beacon View Primary School to help with their Spanish day on Friday 14th June. As part of the activities our students helped the children to practice their Spanish through a variety of different activities including singing, making sangria, story telling in Spanish and bingo!

Beacon View Spanish Day

 


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