Out of school achievements!
At Coppice primary school we are incredibly proud of everything that our children achieve both in and out of school take a look at our shining stars below.
Reuben has been skiing for numerous years now and trains regularly after school - he has been to numerous countries in Europe competing in various age categories. Reuben's most recent competition and success was at the British Championships in Switzerland (2nd - 8th April 2018).
Half pipe. SILVER
Big Air. 4th
Ski Cross. 4th
It certainly sounds like he had an amazing time and even manged to meet his Ski hero James "Woodsy" Woods who competed at the Pyongchang Winter Olympics in Slopestyle and got 4th. We are all incredibly proud of Reuben and hope he continues his hard and dedicated training - who knows Reuben we may see you at the Olympics one day!
Heidi only started playing cricket at Stainsby Hall Cricket Club in Smalley 3 years ago after spending many weekends and evenings watching her brother, Alfie playing.
After the first year, she began playing for the Amber Valley under 11s girls team and was invited to take part in trials for the under 11 Derbyshire squad last year. The squad is made up of players from the whole of Derbyshire. Heidi was successful and played for Derbyshire along with other girls from across the County.
This year, her cricket career has sky rocketed and she was asked to Captain the Amber Valley team at the Lady Taverners Tournament last Sunday, where the team saw off their opponents in 4 matches to win the whole thing! Heidi has also been asked to Captain the Derbyshire Under 11s team for this season, which is really something to be proud of. Fingers crossed for a great season and career!
Sam is a young and ambitious footballer - being signed to Aston Villa Sam has had a taste of professional football at a very young age and we could not be more proud of him!
Harrison take part in Motorcross and competes all over the country within his sport. Harrison trains every weekend and thoroughly enjoys the competitive side of his sport. Motorcross consists of him having to race a bike and ensure that his clutch and gear control is perfect to make sure he is first and fastest off the line. When Harrison competes there are a number of people all stood on the start line with their bikes. They then race around a track and receives points based on their position. One competition consists of three separate races and an overall presentation that concludes the points won by each rider and an overall position. Harrison currently has a total of 34 trophies suggesting that he has a skill for the technicality and stamina of his sport - Well done Harrison we are all incredibly proud of you!