All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘olympics’

I CAN’s Dawn House School pupils and staff go to the Paralympic Games

It was an early start as we all set our alarms for 6am Friday 7th September. There was no time for breakfast, as we headed to Newark train station to catch the 07:30 to Kings Cross. Croissants and jam on the train filled filed a hole on a very quiet journey down – our excitement to see the Paralympics was …

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Athletes visit schools to celebrate the Communication Triathlon

This month, four fantastic athletes have visited schools in Hampshire, Lincolnshire, Somerset and Kent to celebrate pupils involvement in the Communication Triathlon. The visits included assemblies where the athletes gave talks to the students about the importance of communication in sport. Pupils in all the schools were really excited about the visits, and asked some fantastic questions to the athletes. …

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Inspirational Neil Burgess carries the Olympic torch – photo gallery

On Saturday 7th July, Neil Burgess, Meath School parent who has raised over £4000 for I CAN since 2010, carried the Olympic Torch through Hertford. Many of Neil’s family and friends braved the rain to watch this once in a lifetime event. See the gallery here: [nggallery id=4] Tweet government,politics news,politics news,politics

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Chatterbox Challenge 2012 starts this week across the UK

The start of this year’s Chatterbox Challenge is just days away, so make sure you’re ready for the big occasion. Running from 1st to 7th February, the event is all set to be an extra special and action-packed affair. With summer 2012 just around the corner, this year’s theme is Kids in Motion, which means lots of movement, lots of …

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Neil Burgess: I CAN parent, fundraiser and all round athlete nominated to carry the Olympic flame!

Neil Burgess is an I CAN Meath School parent. Neil decided that he wanted to push himself to the limit to raise money for Meath School by completing six personal challenges in six months last year. Neil has been nominated to carry the Olympic Flame for his amazing personal efforts for I CAN. Everyone at Meath School and across I …

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