Corringham Primary School

Sporting Fixtures

Sporting Stars








Jack Sheldon from year 5 recently passed his green and blue belts in Jiu Jitus. Well done!



Lacie Norton from Japan class came home from her recent Ballroom competition last weekend with three trophies. She was placed 1st for two dances and 2nd for the third dance. Well done!


Rhiann Richardson from Spain class was the youngest of the South Essex rhythmic squad representing Great Britain who travelled to Serbia last weekend. This was her first international gymnastic competition and she came home a Double Bronze Medallist for her individual routine and the group routine. This is a fantastic achievement. Well done Rhiann!


Last weekend Maisie Harrison and Rhiann Richardson from Spain class and Pippa Harrison from Holland class competed at the South Essex Gymnastic Fuchsia Cup Competition.         The girls took part in the rhythmic section and all three achieved places and medals.

A big well done!


Rhiann Richardson was placed 3rd in the Individuals for her ball routine and free routine, 1st place in the Group Section, Elite Level.



Maisie Harrison was placed 3rd in the Individuals for her ball routine, Under 10 Pre Level 2


Pippa Harrison was placed 4th in her free routine, Under 7 Development Squad.



Last Saturday Samuel Vaughan from New Zealand class entered The Stanford Warriors Junior Championship Competition.

Samuel achieved his best ever and was awarded 3 medals:

Bronze - Ground Fighting

Silver – Weapons (Bokken)

Gold – Kata




Sophie Doyle from Italy class, year 2 took part in a national karate competition last Sunday against both girls and boys. She achieved a gold medal for her kata and a silver medal for her fighting.

Last week Lacie Norton competed in the U8 National Ballroom Championships in Blackpool.  We are very proud to announce that she won first place along with her dance partner former student Lewis Evans.                                                    




South Essex Gymnastic Club attended the national gymnastic club championships in November where they were placed 5th overall – however the scores were wrong and last weekend the girls found out they actually finished 3rd overall and awarded BRONZE medals. The club championships are made up of squads up & down the country where each club have an individual, duet, trio & group.  The scores are then added together. The girls were presented with their medals by Max Whitlock, Brinn Bevan & Reiss Beckford.



Rhiann Richardson from Spain class, competed in her latest competition at SEGC in the Fuchsia Cup last week. She received gold for her rope routine and silver for her free routine. She was placed 3rd overall.  Rhiann is now working hard towards the British Championship competition at the end of the month.




Pippa Harrison from Holland class, took part in her first Rhythmic Gymnastics competition at SEGC in the Fuchsia Cup last week. She received a gold medal in flexibility, a gold in ribbon, a silver in hoop and a silver in her free routine. She was then placed 1st overall, under 5, Level 1.

Pippa has now been asked to join the development squad.




During the October half term Hollie Dawes from New Zealand class competed at the National Baton Twirling Championships where she was placed in the top 3 in all of her events. Hollie also took part in the England team selection process and has been selected to represent England in Rhythmic Dance and X Strut in Croatia April 2017. This will be the second year running that Hollie has made the England team and will represent her country.




Rhiann Richardson from Spain class is currently part of the elite squad at SEGC, training alongside some of the best gymnasts in the country. She was recently invited to train at the British Gymnastics International training camp in Portugal.This was the same training centre used prior to the Rio Olympics this year, alongside her fellow teammates included double Olympic gold medallist Max Whitlock & Brinn Bevan.They travelled in style on a private plane and Rhiann sat next to Matt for the entire journey.This was an amazing opportunity and has spurred Rhiann on even more to be the best gymnast she can be!


Edie Green from India class received her water skills 1 and stage 2 swimming awards this week.