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Posted on April 02 2015

Spotlight on Prithvi

One boy in particular has gone above and beyond with his recent achievement and is beginning to show our depth of talent at Forest Park Preparatory School. Not only by simply applying effort into his school work but also his sporting activities outside of school. As a result, he is making leaps and bounds within his chosen sport. That young gentleman is, Year 6 Prithvi. Prithvi has been playing badminton for 7 years, over which time he has competed in a vast amount of tournaments and has won a huge amount of medals. Through his hard work, Prithvi has a national ranking for Badminton England.  At the beginning he was ranked 1237 and is now at 696.  His grading has moved from I to H, of which rankings start at I and move up accordingly to the individuals performance. Recent wins include bronze at the under 11 Silver Tournament in Teesside, a silver medal for Cheshire in the North Midway Badminton Tournament (beating Leicestershire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Lancashire). However, even more outstanding and incredible is how Prithvi has gained an ‘invite only’ ticket, into the Victor OLVE tournament in Belgium. This tournament holds around twenty-two teams from lots of different countries. Prithvi is competing in the Under 11’s age group along with three other boys.  This tournament takes place in April.

It is clear from Prithvi’s achievements that he has worked extremely hard this year, keeping up with both sports and academicals. Through his hard work, he has also been awarded a place at Altrincham Grammar School for Boys. Let us hope that Prithvi continues to apply himself because, who knows where his path to success will end?

Good luck for future events and well done Prithvi from the Forest Park family. 

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