Rotary Club of Exmoor

Rotary Exmoor Youth Challenge

TROPHIES

REMINDER: PLEASE LET US HAVE YOUR SPONSORSHIP MONEY AS SOON AS YOU CAN (cheques payable to Exmoor Rotary). It will all go to Children's Hospice South West. We will publish here the total sum raised.

Sponsorship will go to:Children's Hospice South West


Abbotskerswell Presentation

Abbotskerswell winners 2008

The Seward Cup

Awarded for the first time in 2008 to the best Primary School team to complete the challenge.

It went to Abbotskerswell School who did quite remarkably well for their age. Seen here are Mr and Mrs Seward presenting the trophy and special medals, and right, all the three school teams.

 

Seward Cup 2010 - was awarded to BOLHAM SCHOOL 3 who finished with just 18 points
Seward Cup 2011 - was awarded to Halberton Primary School

Seward Cup 2013 - was awarded to Clyst Hydon School, the first year they had entered.

Seward Cup 2014 - has again been awarded to Clyst Hydon School. Well done!

Seward Cup 2015 - was awrded to Bickleigh-on-Exe School.

Seward Cup 2016 - was awrded to Bickleigh-on-Exe School.

Seward Cup 2017 - was awrded to Heathcote School.

 


Presentations at ISCA, Exeter

ISCA College achieved very remarkable results in the 2008 Exmoor Youth Challenge. They were the top teams in four of the six categories, and one of their teams achieved the best results of any of the 115 teams competing. At a special event at ISCA on Wednesday June 25th, President Richard Evans presented the trophies to the winning team in front of a large audience. The Junior Boys were also winners but were unable to be present at the presentation ceremony.

We would also like to add our congratulations to all ISCA teams who took part and managed to raise almost £1800 sponsorship for Children's Hospice South West.

Winning Senior Team (Mixed)

Winning Junior Team (Mixed)

Runners-up Junior Team (Girls)

Winning Junior Team (Girls)

The same girls were the best overall team in the whole challenge - brilliant!

ISCA Trophy Winners

The winners with their SIX trophies

These pupils look like the teams to beat next year!