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    Okay I started a new school back in may & I really want to start a cheerleading now team. Should I ask the head teacher but I don't know if everyone will think it's stupid & judge me for setting up a club when I'm still new.
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    Considering England are the reigning world champions for level 5, I'd say it's not a stupid idea to set up a cheer club at your school
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    Go for it
    If your headteacher approves then no one will see you as stupid because you set up your own club! I'm sure loads of people would be interested.
    And if the headteacher says no, then no one is going to know apart from you and them - unless you tell anyone before it's approved.
    You're not that new anyway - try it!
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    more of an american thing imo
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    You should also ask the head of PE as well and ask people if they would like to join by posting a joining list around the school

    Good luck
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    more of an american thing imo
    Yes I agree and we voted to take back control, so behaving as if the 51st state is not good.
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    more of an american thing imo
    I repeat though, England placed 1st in their division at worlds. Far more than just an american thing nowadays.
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    I think you should go for it! Cheerleading is such a growing sport in the UK, I've been doing it for 6 years running and I regret not asking to start a Cheerleading Team in my new school (moved school for Sixth Form).

    If you try it and ask, there's no harm in it! If you're worried about asking the Head, speak to a tutor or PE teacher for a second opinion. At the end of the day, I doubt they would say anything negative towards it. As RhyddleMeThis said, we are the World Champions at this moment. Is there a better time to ask?
 
 
 
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