Congratulations to Year 11 student, Kitty, who recently moved to the United Kingdom after signing with the Brighton & Hove Albion Women to play in the Football Association’s Women’s Super League Academy League.
The Former South Melbourne midfielder said that the move was “a little hard” at the start, however, she has settled in and is thriving in the new environment.
With training almost every day, Kitty is enjoying the flexibility of learning with Virtual School Victoria.
Though new to the school, Kitty actively supports the VSV value of respect.
‘Listening to your coaches and respecting them a lot is very important,’ she said.
‘I have seen players who are really talented, but they don’t respect their coaches enough and you see how it affects them because they are not really getting everything out of it. Eventually it doesn’t work out for them in that environment.’
VSV wishes Kitty all the best for learning both on and off the pitch!
Picture: BHAFC/Paul Hazlewood.
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