Sports

Sports • 09/06/2018

Cross Country Champions 2018

We are delighted to publish the 2018 Cross Country Championship results. Congratulations to our winners and to Nightingale for winning a closely fought race for the House Shield!

Year 1 

Purav Joshi (first), Isaac Holden (runner up), Henry Chilton (third)

Year 2 

Sophie Murphy (first), Jessica Beaven (runner up), Evelina Yu (third)

Midget Boys

Quentin Perez-Stefani (first), Matthew Ratana (runner up), Kirtesh Patel (third)

Midget Girls

Ali Pinkney (first), Millie McLean (runner up), Brook Smyth (third)

Junior Boys

William Rolfe (first), Oliver Du Fresne (second), Jim Eglinton (third)

Junior Girls

Kate Hopkins (first), Holly Smyth (runner up), Sophia Clapperton (third)

Senior Boys

Edward Hopkins (first), Thomas Malone (runner up), Sam Ratana (third)

Senior Girls

Molly Coutts (first), Alana Gore (runner up), Leah Whittfield (third)

Junior Most Improved

Ashleigh Van Rynbach

Senior Most Improved

Dipansy Patel

House Cross Country Shield 

NIGHTINGALE!

Events • 09/06/2018

Swimming Sports

Congratulations to our 2017 Swimming Sports champions.
Our annual event was a great success, keen competition being to the fore along with plenty of enthusiastic support for all of our participants striving for personal bests … and valuable House points!
Well done to Nightingale for taking out the House Shield.

 

Sports • 09/06/2018

Colgate Games

Well done to all the students who competed in athletics at the Colgate Games in Hastings over the summer break. They showed true grit and determination and achieved fantastic results.

 

Sports • 09/06/2018

Athletics Day 2016

Despite the varying weather conditions yesterday, we managed to complete most of the Athletics programme. This did not affect the students, who were celebrating their hard work this term. The smiles were wide spread, the competition and races were close and the sense of achievement was huge.Thank you to our wonderful parent and grandparent support in the rain, as we watched s tremendous amount of talent. I know everyone will be excited to find out the final results this week at Assembly.

Great work everyone!

More photos on our Facebook page.

 

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Sports • 09/06/2018

‘Karate Kid’ -JP Goes For Black

On Saturday 5th November, Carncot student JP and Ayana (past pupil) went for their Black Belt promotion. JP trained three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday for around 2 hours each class. His promotion grading took nearly four hours with three hours of fitness and syllabus and 45 minutes of sparring. Both students were successful in earning their black belts. JP is off to Sydney this week to compete in the Benefit tournament where he hopes to win first place. Good luck!

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