It was a pleasure to be invited to judge the “Varsity” event at Worcester University on Wednesday 3rd April where previous A* Dance student Chloe Freeman-Chick competed in the University’s annual sporting event with her fellow dance team against Gloucester University.
It was a fantastic afternoon where both universities showcased their dance talent in over 6 genres in front of hundreds of supporters at Worcester Arena. Despite the challenge of competing in 6 genres of dance including classical ballet, Chloe used her experience of being Royal Ballet trained and being the ballet captain she enabled her dancers to shine despite the strict guidelines in a stunning choreography with the most creative costumes.
Worcester won the majority of the performances and overall won the dance competition and its needless to say the dancers and their supporters were very pleased.
Chloe left Pool Hayes in 2017 With 1 A* in Dance, 7 A’s and 4 B’s at GCSE, and an A and B at A-Level in English and History and a Distinction* in Btec Performing Arts Drama. Chloe was an exceptional student and very ambitious and this didn’t just stop at school. Chloe is now in her second year of University and studying English Literature and History. Last year Chloe won the Stanford History Award for Best First Year Work, will be Chairwoman for the next “Varsity” event 2020 and is also on track to get a First Class Honours when she graduates from Worcester University.
Congratulations on your continuous success and being an inspirational role model for all student currently studying at Pool Hayes. From all of us at Pool Hayes well done and I look forward to next year’s event. Miss Williams – Assistant Principal and Head of Dance #PHAntasticBack to News