Students at New Hall School in Chelmsford are celebrating after their
Equestrian Team won a host of prizes over the weekend. Year 10 student, Jo
Thorogood won the 80cm Jumping with Style class making her National Champion
and the school team were crowned NSEA Reserve Champions 2013 at the National
School’s Equestrian Association Championships.
competition, which was held at Addington Manor Equestrian Centre in Buckingham,
saw New Hall students as young as 11 compete against some of the best riders in
Thorogood, was crowned National Champion after winning the 80cm Jumping with
Style class with an almost perfect score of 3.5 style marks which is an
outstanding achievement. The 70cm show jumping team rode fantastically
and were crowned NSEA Reserve Champions for the second year running.
School Principal Katherine Jeffrey said: “We are incredibly proud of all
of the riders. They showed wonderful team spirit and gave excellent
performances against some of the best riders in the country.”
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· New Hall School is a
leading Catholic independent boarding & day school for boys and girls aged
· Founded in 1642, New
Hall School, Chelmsford, is the oldest Catholic school in England that has
always taken girls. Following the establishment of its new charitable status as
New Hall School Trust in 2005, in a pioneering move the former convent school
opened its doors to senior boys.
· New Hall School are
proud of their academic achievements. This year students achieved 100% success
rate in GCSE and A Level Examinations.
New Hall School, The Avenue, Boreham,
Chelmsford, CM3 3HS | 01245 467 588 | newhallschool.co.uk
Independent Catholic boarding and day
school for boys and girls aged 3-18