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Going for Gold

29 May 2014

We are incredibly proud of one of our current Year 11 students who has just found out that she has qualified to compete in the Commonwealth Games this summer in Scotland.

Peppijna Dalli is an amazing gymnast who has been training since the age of three and competing in the ‘Federation International Gymnastics’ level for her home country, Malta, from the age of 8 years. Peppijna leaves her home every day at 06:00am to train for 1 hour before school, she also trains for three hours after school every day including Saturdays. Peppijna has won the national championships in Malta various times and took part in the Polish national championships on the Uneven Bars and Vault. She achieved a record on the apparatus ‘beam’ at the Regional York Championships in 2009.


Peppijna is hoping to gain sponsorship to university so that she can continue to compete internationally at the highest level. We wish Peppijna all the best in Scotland and look forward to sharing her results with you when we return after the summer.