Emma stood out as a winner because although she is a bright girl, she was incredibly shy and rarely contributed in lessons. The Sky Sports Living for Sport project gave Emma the opportunity to build her self confidence and develop her communication and organisational skills.
Showcasing how the initiative teaches students new life skills, students at All Saints School also participated in a Sky Sports Living for Sport teambuilding workshop with England women's rugby union star and Athlete Mentor Katy Storie, during the MP visit.
During the MP visit, James Wharton met Emma, Laura Mannion and Head Teacher Kevin Mann to learn about Sky Sports Living for Sport. James heard how Emma's life was transformed through the sporting initiative and learn more about the impact that it continues to have in schools across the country.
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Laura Mannion, Head of PE at All Saints CE School, commented: "We are all really proud of Emma and can clearly see that her new found confidence is allowing her to tackle challenges fearlessly. She is a credit to All Saints School and I have thoroughly enjoyed working with her and watching as she has developed into a positive role model for other Puma Gv Special Iridescent
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James Wharton, MP for Stockton South paid a school visit to meet award winning All Saints School student Emma Barnwell on Friday 26 April.
The special MP visit to All Saints School in Ingleby Barwick arranged to recognise 14 year old Emma being named the Sky Sports Living for Sport North East Student of the Year 2012.
Emma is one of 12 regional winners from across the UK, who attended the glittering Awards ceremony at London's Sky Studios in March to receive their awards from the initiative's Ambassador's Jessica Ennis and Darren Campbell.
UK secondary schools are using Sky Sports Living for Sport, a free initiative delivered in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust, to inspire young people through sport. The Awards offer UK schools which have delivered a Sky Sports Living for Sport project during the 2011/12 academic year the opportunity to shine a light on their pupils' sporting journeys and share their stories of success.
it and has become more involved in school life. Incredibly, she is now a mentor to other students supporting those who are struggling with school life.
"I was delighted to be given the chance to recognise Emma's achievement and visit All Saints which is a great local school that achieves high standards not just academically but in extracurricular activities and, as we can see, sport as well."
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