end to fun-filled term for Brent Knoll School students
from Brent Knoll School had a busy end-of-term by taking part
in an annual Easter Egg run and joining a martial arts demonstation.
weather stayed fine for the popular Brent Knoll Easter Egg Run
where the pupils and their families dashed up to the top of the
hill to claim a chocolate gift.
after a short, but demanding course of training, 20 children put
on a demonstration of martial arts skills for visiting parents
and friends at the end of term.
children had been coached by Craig Bissett, a familiar face in
the school who runs his own martial arts training company, B-Elite.
Burman, Headteacher of Brent Knoll School, said: "The martial
arts club does a wonderful job of combining exercise with the
development of self-esteem and confidence."
the end of the display, the children received certificates and
trophies for their efforts. Craig said: "I really enjoyed
working with the students, there was great support from the school.
I was super proud of all the students at the presentation day
- they all had worked so so hard there were many proud parents."