Rounders team triumph in their GCSEs

Most of the KEHS team that won the National Rounders Championship in July were taking GCSEs this year and all passed their exams at Grades 7-9 plus A/A*s

Most of the KEHS team that won the National Rounders Championship in July were taking GCSEs this year and all passed their exams at Grades 7-9 plus A/A*s, among them, Jaya who scored six Grade 9s, two Grade 8s and two A*s and Maddie who achieved seven Grade 8s and 3 A*s. “It was a great relaxation to go out and whack a ball around and train as a team,” said Maddie. “You can’t be revising 24 hours a day and sport is a wonderful way to release the tension and get fit. Beating Bedford School in the final of the National Championships was a real thrill and something we’ll remember for the rest of our lives.”

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