“We are so proud of Lauren's achievements!”
CHS Sports Coach, Mrs Kayleigh Maw
Rising gymnastics star and CHS High Performance athlete Lauren continues to go from strength to strength in her gymnastics career, and boasts an impressive track record of success – all whilst showing resilience and endeavour when combining her studies with a rigorous training schedule.
Competes on the beam at the British Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool
Selected as part of England Women's Artistic Squad
Joins an elite club, Warrington Gymnastics
Receives A^, A*(4), 9(3), 8. in her GCSEs
“I’m really happy I can study biology in CHS’s Sixth Form, I’d like to become a physiotherapist so I can help other gymnasts like myself.”
Lauren is thrilled with her impressive GCSE results
Selected for the Women’s Senior England squad 2018. It is the third consecutive year Lauren has been selected, but this time, she will compete for the senior squad at the age of fifteen.
Competes at the English Championships
Places 9th at 2017 British Challenge Cup
Following a return from an ankle injury, Lauren competes in the English Championships - used in selecting the team for the Commonwealth Games.
Competes in her first international competition in Aldershot and receives her highest score ever on bars and floor - helping England’s B team finish 2nd (with Great Britain finishing 1st and the England A team finishing 3rd).