Rugby league player celebrates St Cuthbert’s sports achievements

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School welcomed Rugby League player for England and St Helens, Faye Gaskin, to present its annual sports awards evening.

Although St Cuthbert’s strives for excellence on the playing field, it understands that achievement can be measured in many different ways in physical education (PE). The school’s holistic approach to teaching and learning in PE empowers students to use the subject as a vehicle to develop life skills like confidence, respect, integrity, leadership and good communication.

During the event, students were presented with a host of awards. From those who are committed to giving their very best in every lesson, who dedicate themselves to helping others through leadership and compassion, to up-and-coming sports superstars, there was plenty to celebrate. 

Staff and students voted for their ‘St Cuthbert’s Sports Person of the Year’, which recognises not only the award winner’s attitude to PE within school, but also the winner’s exceptional achievements within grassroots, community and national sport. 

Other awards presented include:

– PE Recognition

– PE Achievement

– PE Achievement

– PE Ambassador

– KS4 Role Model

– Year Group PE Superstar

– Special Contribution to PE

– Team of the Year

A spokesperson from St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School said: “A very special group of students – courageous athletes and compassionate young people, who are committed to making our school community a better place through sport, activity and physical education.”

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