A focused 14 year old, Carl Gore, took his first solo flight after five months of flying lessons. He dreams of becoming a pilot one day. St Neots – UK
How does a gifted teen with dyslexia and dyspraxia and handwriting issues get 3 A*s and a place into Cambridge? Simple, earplugs. I wish I had thought of this for my exams. Her brilliant school suggested this and it has done her well. Congratulations 17 year old Penny Banks from Honiton, Devon!
Tom Hazell, 19 earned 1 A*and 2 A’s as well as a place at Birmingham University despite having chemo treatment while studying. A true gent, he owes his success to the support of his friends and staff at St John’s, Leatherhead. He also raised an amazing £18,500.
TWO Coventry teenagers represented Great Britain at the Women’s Under-25 Wheelchair Basketball Championships this summer. The outstanding players are Charlotte Moore, 14, and Siobhan Fitzpatrick, 15.
Two teens, Kieron Cassidy, who received a bronze and Haydn Rawson, 14 who received a gold represented England in the World Championships of Shieijyuku Karate Kemp Kyokushin – a kickboxing-style discipline in Japan. Haydn started kick boxing when he was 11 and started this discipline a year before the competition. What a high achievement in a short space of time.
One English teen is making a name for herself on the golfing circuit, Charley Hull is focused and has a dream to win the British Open one day. Go Charley, the best of British to you.