Isabel H in Year 11 has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Sunshine Tour, Blue Chip Featured Rider competition!
To parents who are planning to watch both the U9 and U11 hockey teams play on Friday 12th October, we are starting slightly earlier than advertised at 2.30pm. You are welcome to join us on our field from 2.25pm, ready for a 2.30pm start.
The U16 hockey team played on Thursday afternoon verses two teams of varying age groups from Norwich High School for Girls. It was a lovely afternoon of hockey played in the spirit of fair play and skill development. Sophie B was awarded the player of the match by the opposition and will captain the next game. Goals were scored today by Isabel, Rebekah and Sophie B and overall our girls were victorious!
We would like to congratulate to Albert and Oliver in Year 5 for their success with their rugby team last weekend. The team they play for, the U10 team at Crusaders Rugby Club, Little Melton, played at Diss on Sunday in a regional Prima Cup competition. They won all their games which were scored on both sportsmanship and the core values of rugby. As a result, the team got through to the finals at Welford Road, the Leicester Tigers’ ground.
The finals are on March 2nd and both the boys and the team are excited to be playing on the same pitch as their rugby heroes, in front of 1000s of people, and representing the region in the competition.
Well done, Albert and Oliver! We look forward to hearing how you and your team do in the finals.
On Wednesday afternoon, the U13 hockey team travelled to Langley School for a match. The girls worked well together as a team and their confidence grew as the match progressed. There were some good defensive skills shown throughout the game. Unfortunately, we were defeated 4-1, however, Sophie demonstrated a high level of skill when scoring our goal. Player of the match awarded by the opposition went to Emily Gh. Well done to everyone who played.
Thank you to everyone who baked or bought a cake for our coffee afternoon in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. We had lots of delicious cakes and biscuits to tempt pupils, parents and staff. Year 12 and 13 did a wonderful job of organising the event and serving the drinks and cakes. With your generous donations, we raised £270. Thank you to everyone who supported this event.
The boarding house was a hive of activity this weekend with a sleepover for day pupils from years 7 and 8 on Friday night, followed by a trip to Thrigby Hall on Saturday.
We began with a scavenger hunt, which involved a lot of running about and shouting, followed by a film and popcorn. A great time was had by everyone!
On Saturday at Thrigby Hall the big cats were definitely the favourites ,especially the tigers. We also made good use of the many play areas.
It was a real pleasure to have the day girls staying with us and we are looking forward to the next sleepover on Friday November 30th for years 9 and 10.