10 September 2018

Sporting highlights

An excellent start to the term with hockey and rugby wins, county and national selection, and other successes.

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Tom Day has been nominated for a Kent county assessment.


Congratulations to Kat Pastron and Renee Ojikutu who have been selected to represent U16 and U18 England respectively.

Zoe Eifion-Jones and Orissa Welsh were selected to represent England at the Sainsbury UK School Games hockey tournament. The event was dubbed a mini Olympics and it was a fantastic experience for both. Orissa’s team finished second and she scored a few goals, and Zoe’s team finished fourth after some tight games.

The season got off to a good start with eight wins out of nine fixtures played versus Bishop’s Stortford College and Wellington College.


Congratulations to Isabelle Fox who has been invited to trial for London Pulse U17.


Juliette Lindsay had a very successful summer competing, and qualified for the National Dressage championships on 21 September. She has also been asked by one of the GB selectors to attend the GB junior squad viewing.


Last week’s results included seven wins out of nine versus Bishop’s Stortford College.


Sevenoaks A won the British Schools Team Racing National Championships after a stellar performance where they didn’t lose a single race through three days of competition.

Sport Performance and Scholarships Programme

We were delighted to welcome Richard Shorter, the Non-Perfect Dad blogger, last week, to lead a workshop for the parents of our performance athletes and scholars, while they were briefed on the year ahead.  


James King and Freddie Stafford won the recent Sevenoaks Open Boys U14 Doubles event. 

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