Former Priory student eyes up England netball future
PUBLISHED: 12:32 27 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:32 27 June 2018
Ex Priory Community School student Chloe Carchrie is playing netball for the prestigious Severn Stars Under-19 Academy.
Ex-PCSA student Chloe Carchrie, aged 17, is high flying in the world of netball and looks to be on her way towards a long and successful career at the highest level of the sport.
Chloe has been playing for the prestigious Severn Stars Under-19 Netball Academy alongside being a model student on her BTEC Sport course at Weston College and is receiving excellent plaudits for her performances.
Her goals are to go on to university and study to become a secondary school PE teacher - inspired by her teachers Tina-Marie Delaney and Chris Sherring.
Chloe said: “Priory’s sport department always supported my long-term goals in netball and helped me to achieve so much, I hope I can affect an aspiring sports person’s life in the same way one day.”
Tina said: “Chloe is an all rounded sports player and an exceptional netballer. She deserves to go far as she has a great attitude and mentality. I expect front row tickets when she represent her country one day.”
Priory Community School is an academy that believes in helping students to go for their dreams. Ex-students are now achieving remarkable things in a range of sports including rugby, cricket and athletics.
Principal Jane McBride said: “Chloe is an an absolute dynamo on the netball court. She will let nothing or no one stand in her way. We are so proud of her at Priory.”