Imogen enjoying success
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Twelve-year-old Imogen Cracknell is enjoying a successful time, shining at bowls and at school.
A PRIORY Community School student is shining brightly in the sports of bowls.
Despite only being 12-years-old, Imogen Cracknell is beating adult players across the country and has an ambition to play for England before she is 15.
Just recently, the Academy Trust student was runner-up in the Ashcombe Park ladies championship. She has also just represented Somerset in the national championships in the Amy Rose Trophy and was awarded the Somerset County girls’ Under-18 player of the year.
Last week she demonstrated her academic excellence by becoming PCSA’s student of the week for her World War 1 battlefields’ trip diary.
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PCSA is a high-achieving school that also encourages its students to Dare to Dream in a wide variety of academic, sporting and performing arts pursuits.
Rob Berry, head of the lower school, said: “We are immensely proud of Imogen and her achievements. She is a wonderful student and obviously very talented at sport too.”
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