Shelly Brogden, 12, who was part of the gold medal-winning John Spence Community High School football team, said: "To get to the School Games we had to play lots of other teams at the level two event.
What does JSCHS stand for?
JSCHS stands for John Spence Community High School (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In September 2010, the Queen Alexandra collaboration was launched by Tyne Metropolitan College to provide a unique sixthform experience for John Spence Community High School, Marden High School and Norham High School, also drawing students from many other schools across the region.
Tripz 'n' Tipz, a company set up by Year 12 pupils from John Spence Community High School, walked away with the Company of the Year title for their business making interactive travel packs for children.
Runner-up Company of the Year Award - Supported by Sage UK Ltd Cookii Doh, John Spence Community High School.
TyneMet has been delivering the Level One award in sports leadership in partnership with local feeder schools Norham Community Technology College, Marden High School and John Spence Community High School.
Students from John Spence Community High School in North Shields scooped the Overall Winner Award with their company, Cookii Doh, which designs and prints bespoke T-shirts and badges.
The Foundation also ran a skills and coaching centre, which the children visited between games, and pupils from John Spence Community High School provided the young volunteers to referee the games.
Students from John Spence Community High School in North Shields scooped the overall winner award with their company Cookii Doh, which designs and prints bespoke T-shirts and badges.