The results were as follows: 1. Frances Roberts, Ysgol Greenhill; 2. Ceri Morgan, Ysgol Dewi Sant; 3. Rebecca Lloyd, Ysgol Aberdaugleddau.
Highly commended was Scott Helmich, of Ysgol Greenhill.
PEER EDUCATION WORKSHOP SUCCESS
A group of Year 10 pupils, along with the help of Denise Stanley (behavioural support teacher) and Tammy Dibble (youth project worker), recently participated in a new peer education programme.
The programme was co-ordinated and delivered by Lee Hind from B-Line in Haverfordwest. B-Line is a freephone sign posting service for young people, enabling them to access information about resources, support, services available to them and helping them with issues they are facing.
The workshop focused on team building and raising self-esteem, with the emphasis on learning through role-play, activities and thinking exercises. The pupils observed the importance of group work, trusting and supporting one another and embracing new situations.
All the pupils agreed that learning about team building was beneficial to them.
Congratulations to the following: Christy May Brown, Daisy Coleman, Samantha Bolton, Jessica Swales, Natasha Winter, Carly Glanville, Katie Gardner, Katie Toler, Joanne Davies, Zoe Loftus and Antonia McBride.
A paintball event took place on Tuesday, April 30, at Heatherton Country Sports Park. Thirteen students from Greenhill took part in a very successful event. Three challenging sessions were organised, which were all very good fun and played in excellent spirits.
The whole event was planned and organised by David Barnes, Simon Holt and Gary Cunningham as part of their AVCE Leisure and Recreation course.
On Wednesday, May 1, the Sixth Form Five-a-Side football tournament took place at Tenby Leisure Centre.
The tournament, organised by Phil Spindlove, Ben Crockford and Rhys Davies as part of their AVCE Leisure and Recreation, has been branded a great success by everyone that took part.
The final was won by 12RDH in a gruelling match against 12NL which finished 4-3 after extra-time.
The coveted Golden Boot award for top scorer went to Adam Thorne, of 12RDH.
Thanks must go to Tenby Leisure Centre for their co-operation in allowing this event to take place and to Bridge House for their generosity in sponsoring the event.
Our Year 7 girl footballers are feeling justifiably proud of themselves having performed brilliantly at the recent Wagon Wheel sponsored Welsh Schools Football Championships in Cardiff and winning bronze medals for their efforts.
During the tournament, they lost only one game which was in the closely fought semi-final, being defeated by the eventual winners in a cruel sudden death extra-time. The winners of this game went on to win the final with a score of 4-1, and we are delighted to have kept them to such a close game.
On Tuesday, April 30, Sammy Nicholls, Sarah Messenger, Sian Bennett and Imelde Rossi, Luke and Craig Guymer, Ross Helmich, Nicky Cope and Jason Llama travelled to Tregaron School to play in a tennis match. Despite battling hard, both girls' and boys' teams narrowly lost their games. Better luck next time.
On Thursday, May 2, our boys' tennis team played at home against Tasker Milward School. In addition to the boys listed above, Gareth Hughes, Gareth Renault, Tom Page, Steven Ive and James Longster also took part in a game which ended in a draw.
Today, Friday, we entertain Llandovery College in the Senior Boys National Cup, while the girls are expected to play a few 'friendlies'.
Good luck to the boys: the report will follow next week.
Students in all years have been taking part in trials for the County Sports this week. Both during and after school, our athletes have been put through their paces, in readiness for the sports which will take place, this year, at Carmarthen Track, Johnstown, on Saturday May 18.
Please come along and support the students on the day: the Sports Day will start at approximately 10 am, finishing at around 4 pm.