On Wednesday, seven of our Year 9 sports leaders lead events at the London Qualifier’s of the Sports hall Athletics Competition at the Copper Box. The tournament had over 400 students competing, with a Secondary School competition in the morning and a Primary School competition in the afternoon. Our Sports Leaders were in charge of the field events for the day, which consisted of the shot putt, triple jump, vertical jump and the standing long jump.
The event organiser praised the students at how fantastic they were at being able to lead strongly, showing great enthusiasm towards the events they were in charge of.
Here are a few pictures from our Boston Trip last week.
Everyone had a fantastic time and managed to take in all the sights despite the sub-zero temperatures!
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Yesterday saw boys and girls from all year groups come together, to represent their communities in Table Tennis. We had some fantastic, as well as some close competitions that took place, with some communities representing in force. It was great to see so many students showing a great sense of pride for their communities.
Stand out performers:
Year 7: Leon; Jaydeen
Year 8: Jason; Danaa
Year 9: Ali H
Year 10; Jahin; Sufiyan
Year 11: Ayub K, Mohedyne
Overall standings after all results from all the competitions were collated are as follows:
1st Carnaby 50 points
2nd Portobello 48 points
3rd Oxford 46 points
4th Regent 24 points
5th Baker 20 points
Well done to all students that took part.
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We took thirteen year 7 & 8 girls to Jubilee sports center to take part in a sports hall athletics competition against 7 other schools in the Westminster borough. At first the girls were quite nervous but as they warmed up and got stuck in with the field events nerves turned to excitement!
Each student took part in 2 or 3 events, which included; shot, speed bounce, standing long jump, standing triple jump, vertical jump as well as relay races,sprints and long distance runs. A huge well done and thank you to all of the girls that participated: (year 7) Jaydeen, Sara, Safiyyah, Khadesha, Hamda, Almira and Fatima (year 8) Mia, Gabriella, Mariem, Rina & Danaa.
Congratulations to Shaquan White, who today won the Westminster Young Chef of the Year competition with a fish dish to die for, along with a baked guacamole starter and the best fruit salad ever made. Reem Husseini came a close second with a similarly excellent menu.
Both students will compete later this month for London Young Chef of the Year.”
All Parents and families are invited to come along and meet Money Mastermind Guest Speaker, Daryl Harper, who will be teaching us about the financial fundamentals – ‘HOW MONETY WORKS’
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