Angmering Students Excel at National Junior Games

Eighteen para-athletes have competed at the annual ‘National Junior Games’ that took place at Stoke Mandeville earlier this month. Run by Wheelpower, The National Junior games are competitions and ‘have-a-go’ sessions for school age students.  With sports range from hockey to shooting, the event has been running for at least a decade and Angmering School have […]

National Boccia Day

The Lavinia Norfolk Centre celebrated National Boccia Day on Friday 27th September. Boccia is one of the major Parasports that many of our students take part in, including Louis Saunders who will be representing this County at the Parasport Olympics in Tokyo 2020.

VI Day at the Houses of Parliament

Our Visually Impaired students enjoyed a day in London at the Houses of Parliament which included a  guided tour of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords, including tactile exhibits. They were allowed on the terrace for their lunch and in the afternoon had a Q&A session with Lord Blunkett and The […]

Arundel Castle Cricket Club Trip – A student’s Report

Five visually impaired students took part in visually impaired cricket at Arundel Castle last week. This was Ethan, Lucy, Freddy, George and Kirsten. When we arrived at Arundel Castle cricket ground we joined in with the other schools at batting and fielding. After the cricket we looked around Arundel Castle gardens and we saw and […]

Table Cricket – Regional Finals

Team: Kester Gander (C), Michael Barry, Maddy Hughes, Ellen Doherty, Owen Elliot, James O’Hagan On Thursday 9th May Angmering travelled to the K2 in Crawley to compete in the Regional Finals for Table cricket. The day consisted of a round robin tournament where we played against 5 teams from across the region. In the first […]