Fantastic results from the IAPS National Clay Pigeon Shooting competition
All Hallows school performed exceptionally well at the recent IAPS National Clay Pigeon Shooting competition which was held at the West London Shooting School earlier this month.
Our Under 12 team won their group and our U13 team came 6th. Arthur was was the top shot for his age group, and Xanthe came 4th out of all the girls competing. For many of the team this was their first year of competing.
At All Hallows school an Enrichment Programme runs every Saturday for Years 6-8. This is a voluntary scheme and the vast majority of pupils choose to come and participate in one of the many activities on offer from Drama, Bushcraft, Photography, Animation, Exmoor Challenge, Nutrition, Leadership and Clay Pigeon shooting.
Clay Pigeon is fast becoming one of our most popular clubs for both boys and girls. The children train at the Mendip Shooting ground and are really relishing learning a completely new sport.
Head of All Hallows school, Dr Richards commented "This is an excellent result from our team, who have shown great skill and enthusiasm for clay pigeon shooting. We are delighted we can offer our pupils the opportunity to take up different sports and hobbies as part of our Saturday morning programme".