Treleigh School wins the CAPH T2M Sport Award 2017

T2M primary sport award treleigh
Winners of the 2017 Cornwall Sports Awards were announced at the annual event, held at The Headland Hotel, Newquay on Friday 6th November 2017.

The awards which are now in their twelfth year recognise and reward volunteers and organisations from across Cornwall who inspire others to be physically active.

Organised by the Cornwall Sports Partnership, the event was presented by Pirate FM’s very own Neil Caddy and saw over 200 of Cornwall’s inspiring volunteers, coaches, community groups and organisations come together to help celebrate the amazing achievements and impact theses volunteers have had on people being active.
CAPH Time 2 Move Primary School of the Year – Treleigh Community Primary School
 
Treleigh community primary school is situated within one of England’s top ten percent of most deprived neighbourhoods. They recognised that the children who weren’t engaging in physical activity or sport weren’t as emotionally resilient as children who were engaging. The school set about to understand and address individual barriers for these children and to provide to a wide variety of sports and activities from street surfing to funfit throughout the school day in order to appeal to all. The school worked hard to establish community club links and produced a directory and guide for pupils. Children’s perseverance, confidence and resilience have improved as a result.
 
Treleigh Community Primary School said: “I am delighted that the hard work of our staff, parents, volunteers and most importantly our children has been recognised. An inspiring event which showcased the most dedicated enthusiastic and hardworking members of the sporting community. “
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