She is now qualified to run her own club if she wants, though there will be some serious questions asked at home if she does!As always, we applaud those who have been doing well in class.
Mrs Read embodies many of these tenets to us in Master White's classes and is a great role model for many of us.I think she will not mind me posting that she was not a naturally gifted student, initially lacking in coordination, fitness and flexibility.I have learned a lot just through watching you tackle the exercises I've set you.Everyone has a slightly different angle on how to teach, so be ready to learn from one another and from the adult instructors around you.Emma's story is one that has inspired many in Master White's classes and she is held in the highest regard by all of his club members for her tenacity, attitude to training and her determination to succeed.
The reason I particularly wanted to post this is that much of what we teach at Tigers is based on the five tenets: Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self Control and Indomitable Spirit.
The Daventry District Sports Awards are always a fun event, and Daventry Tigers were well represented this year by Mabelle Gwilliam in the Young Sportswoman of the Year category and Abigail Faulkner in the Young Leader of the Year category.
The Young Sportswoman of the Year is always strongly contested and this year was no different.
However, Emma has never allowed this to dampen her desire to achieve.
Initially she set the goal of making it to blue belt, which she felt was an achievable target.
I am delighted to tell you, however, that Abigail Faulkner was judged as the Winner of the Young Leader of the Year Award and can be seen here receiving her trophy and certificate from England Rugby player, Harry Ellis.