I also visited a year 10 class at Manor School in Raunds. Here the pupils asked me a range of questions about my kickboxing experiences. I also had some questions to ask them about their achievements and their aims for the future. I really enjoyed speaking to them and finding out about what they wanted to achieve. It was also important to me to encourage them to celebrate their own personal achievements no matter how small they might have seemed and I was so pleased when a boy with Asperger's told me he had achieved something great that day by sitting his maths test without panicking and getting wound up as was usual for him. A great achievement for him.
Finally I visited Friars School in Wellingborough, headed by one of my old PE teachers. I was probably the last person she might have expected to become a kickboxing world champion but there I was. I gave an assembly to the pupils there complete with video and showed them different equipment I used to fight in. After the assembly I stayed to spend some time with some of the pupils and it proved to be yet another enjoyable experience.