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The Ed. Podcast: A Question of CHS Sport

In a special, double episode, new Ed. Podcast hosts Sol, Annie and Thomas celebrate CHS Sporting success – and what lies ahead for the School's young athletes of the future.
1 Sep 2020


Cricket, Football, Netball
Shortlisted for the Prolific North Awards Broadcasting Programme of the Year 2020, The Ed. Podcast is the voice of Cheadle Hulme School. Listen to the latest episodes now.

Episode 10 and Episode 11: A Question of CHS Sport

In a special, double episode, new Ed. Podcast hosts Sol, Annie and Thomas celebrate CHS Sporting success – and what lies ahead for the School’s young athletes of the future.
Over 60 minutes – and some extra time! – take a hop, skip and jump across the School’s netball and tennis courts, hit the hockey, football, rugby and cricket pitches, stretch out in The Gym, Pavilion and Fitness Suite, and make a splash in The Swim as we discuss CHS sport in terms of mind, body and spirit featuring… 
  • Elite Performance vs. High Performance – CHS rising sports stars Ollie, Pan and Hannah share their experiences. Meet newly appointed CHS Head of Elite Performance, Mr Groves. 
  • Team Talk with CHS’s Sports Coaches 
  • Football Focus - Mr Wood and Mrs Currie-Hateley discuss the increasing number of girls turning to football for fitness and playing competitively, and ace defender Megan reveals what she enjoys most about the game. 
  • Nutrition for athletes with Blackburn Rovers F.C.’s Performance Nutritionist and Director and Founder of 'I, IGOR', Callum Edwards. 
  • Strength & Conditioning conversation with Director of Harris and Ross Physiotherapy, Jeff Ross and CHS S&C Coach Ashley Young
  • Developing athleticism from a young age - Junior athletes pitch challenging questions to CHS Junior School Sports Coach, Mr Cartwright
  • Altruism through sport - CHS Swimming Coach Mrs Vernon reflects upon the swimmers who took on the overnight Cheadle Channel Challenge
  • Old Waconian of the Month - professional windsurfer Sarah Jackson, Class of 2016 shares her own sporting story. 
  • CHS Coaches and professional athletes Miss Thomas and Mr Brown reveal how their personal experiences of playing netball and cricket at the highest levels has helped their students. 
  • Mr Winter’s ‘all-star’ first eleven – cricket fan and CHS Second Master marks his retirement by selecting the Old Waconian cricketers who would make his own CHS dream team.
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