When I introduced Fencing to the pupils at Eltham College five years ago a quiet unassuming ten year old, Elliott Grover, signed up to join the class. Elliott clearly had a lack of confidence not helped by being diagnosed with dyspraxia. However he instantly took to the sport and gradually has grown in confidence and self-belief. Elliott asked if he could help teach the younger fencers and he has been doing this every week for the past four years. As soon as Elliott turned sixteen he took a week's long coaching course and passed his level 1 award in foil and epee. He is also a qualified level 1 epee referee. Elliott now inspires others, including myself, to perform at their best at all times He does this by praising others and helping others in difficulty whilst competing in national competitions and also volunteering and refereeing at competitions.