Sporting Excellence in Sixth Form
Year 12 student Emily has already started accruing UCAS points after completing her AASE qualification.
The ‘Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence’ run by Haddon Training, has been hugely successful in developing and preparing talented young equine athletes who have a real chance of excelling in their sport. Emily graduated at the Hickstead Derby meet, receiving her certificate from Tony Newbury, the chef d’equipe for the British Junior and Young Rider Team.
Kim Hall, Sixth Form Office Manager, praised Emily:
“Her ‘Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence’ certificate and her BTEC Certificate in ‘Understanding Sports Performance’ have already given Emily 40 UCAS points. Well done, Emily!”
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