Warden Hill Primary School Cheltenham

Pupils’ Success

Luke Smith and William Wronski with their football team Southside Lions had achieved double success. They became League Champions and won the Jon Sykes Cup at Cheltenham Town Stadium with a 3-1 victory against the U10’s Lakeside Reds.

Henry’s mum shared with us his success in the recent county TT Rockstars battle which took place over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Henry (5C) aka Major Snoob took part off his own back and was determined to win – a student from Berkhampstead school challenged him all the way but he managed to keep his lead until the end. I have attached a final leader board for you to see (Henry is Major Snoob). We were really proud of him for taking part and for representing the school.

Rafa (5R) had an absolutely amazing two weeks at Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts where he snaffled 4 medals and to top it up won the Junior Championship trophy for poetry against the twelve highest scorers in year 5 & 6.

Many thanks to Mrs Redman for always encouraging and guiding Rafa and to Mrs Flooks for authorising absence and supporting so that Rafa is gaining experience and knowledge in Drama along with studies.

Linsu Wang (2T) and Linkang Wang (3S) participated at the Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts, in the piano classes. Linsu won a trophy and Linkang have got a double certificates for 2nd and 3rd places.

Ved came 2nd in his class at the Cheltenham Festival of performing arts.

Noah Slatter (5C) has been selected as a member of the Gloucestershire Golf County U14 squad for 2023. Noah will be representing the county in fixtures against Wiltshire, Somerset and Glamorgan in the coming months.