Three Cheers For The Champions!
The whole squad before they travelled to Manchester.
The National Champions in the Key Stage 4 Level 1 category.
Talented and enthusiastic pupils reached an all-time high by becoming national cheerleading champions.
The Healing School squad won the UK Cheerleading Association's National Championship in the Key Stage 4 large squad Level 1 category.
They also achieved fourth in the same age group in Level 2 at the Manchester event.
The school took two teams from Years 7 to 11 and they competed with pupils across the country for the title.
PE teacher and Cheerleading Coach Mrs Helena Yeadon and Mrs Sarah Plant, also a Cheerleading Coach and Science teacher at the school were impressed with all the girls.
Mrs Yeadon said: "All the girls have been working very hard towards this achievement and they performed their routines to perfection.
"Cheerleading has become so popular we now have more than 60 girls participating every week throughout the academic year."
Mrs Plant said the cheerleaders had done "a fantastic job".
"We were so proud of them and they were a credit to the school from start to finish," she said.
Principal Mr Knapton said: "The school is absolutely delighted by the success of the Healing High Flyers Cheerleading Squad.
"To win this prestigious accolade is a real testament to the hard work of the girls and the dedication of the staff.
"The school is delighted to be able to offer cheerleading as an extra-curricular activity and it is something that has always proved really popular over the years. I am sure the girls will enjoy performing their winning routine at the Schools Sports Day".
Healing School holds its Year 5 Open Evening on Tuesday, June 28th between 5:30pm and 7:30pm for those children switching to secondary school in September 2017.
Healing School - June 24th 2016