Caroline Flint

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School get set for Olympics

ROss All Saints Get Set

Rossington All Saints School is the first Doncaster school to receive a Get Set Award for London 2012.

Caroline Flint presented the award to the school from the Flying High School Sport Partnership to All Saints for its commitment to Olympic and Paralympic values.  The award, a Get Set Accreditation, is awarded on behalf of the London Organising Committee for 2012.

Said Caroline:  “I would love every school in Doncaster to get involved in the preparations for London 2012, so I am delighted that Rossington All Saints has received this GET SET Award.”

PICTURE SHOWS:  l to r Raymond Miftari, Perri Hopkinson, Arber Buja, Caroline and Laura Pearman.

Said Headteacher Alan Warboys: “I am really pleased to have received the award from the Olympic Organising Committee, which is a reflection of the work carried out in relation to the London 2012 education programme.

“The school has some outstanding sporting ambassadors that have been actively engaged taking forward the education programme as part of the school’s sports leadership academy.  They have truly done some outstanding work.  This is clearly something to celebrate.”


Ross All Saints get set with staff
PICTURE SHOWS: Caroline with school staff Andy Lockwood Assistant Partnership Development Manager, head teacher Alan Warboys, Caroline and Lindsy Gray, Partnership Development Manager.

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