From gymnastics to track, the academy’s sporting tapestry is rich with stories of dedication and achievement.
Across the track and field, the year 7s unleashed their athletic flair with seamless teamwork and boundless enthusiasm. For some, it was a debut performance, yet they seized the moment, leaving a mark of potential and promise.
Hollie’s selection to represent Great Britain at the EuroGym Gymnastics Festival in Norway, is a testament to her unwavering commitment and serves as an inspiration to aspiring gymnasts within the academy and beyond.
Yet, it’s not just about winning, it’s about the values that underpin every victory. At a rowing event held at The South Wolds Academy and Sixth Form, East Leake Academy’s students embodied the core values of empowerment and respect. Their participation wasn’t just about competing, it was about representing their community with pride.
The Year 8 students, undeterred by a few injuries, showcased remarkable determination at the West Bridgford School indoor athletics event. United as a team, they displayed sportsmanship and enthusiasm.
But the journey doesn’t end there. In the cross-country championship, thirty-three students showcased perseverance and excellence, with six earning the honour of representing the academy at the county level. On the football field, year 8s secured a spot in the South Notts Cup quarter-final during nail-biting football match.
As East Leake Academy continues to champion sporting excellence, its students emerge as ambassadors of inspiration. Their winning formula? With each triumph, setback, and moment of glory, they carry a narrative of resilience and passion.