Outstanding performances from Hyde Community College’s Year 8 boy’s team saw the team win the Tameside Schools Indoor Athletics Championships, earlier this week.
Jonathan Beeden, Head of Physical Education said, “At Hyde Community College we believe our wide range of team sports and athletic programmes are a very important part of the college curriculum.
Our emphasis on sport and fitness provides all our students with many experiences and plays a vital part in the development of our young people. Our sport athletic program strives to provide our student-athletes with an educational and memorable experience while enjoying the fun, teamwork competitive friendships and high standards of sportsmanship that come from participating in high school sports.
Our coaches give many hours of their time; not only to work with our own students, but offer their coaching and guidance to many local primary schools that look to the college to facilitate their own sporting activities that they may find difficult to organise at their own premises.”
Hyde Community College students, through achieving high standards and winning trophies across many sporting disciplines, has resulted many students maintaining that winning and positive attitude in the classroom, on the playing fields, and when out in the community.