28 June 2024

Sporting highlights

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It’s been a wonderful year of sport with lots of individual and team success along with many opportunities for everyone. Thanks to everyone for their contribution, the staff and students have all been amazing throughout.


  • 206 Teams​
  • 1200 fixtures​
  • 51.4% win ratio ​highlighting a balanced fixture list
  • 24 representative sports
  • Project 1000 – 1011 pupils represented the school (83%)​
  • 50 Caps for participating in more than 50 matches across the year, were awarded to the following pupils Chloe Selvey-Clinton, Thomas Oliver, Oscar Day-Duran, Rory Bowman, Sebi Taylor, Tasia Nahomaya, Kanishq Hari, Ilyan Popat.


The following students have qualified through the Kent IAPS competition to compete at the National Championships at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham on Wed 3rd July.

  • Sebi Taylor – 800m
  • Ethan Hu – Triple Jump
  • Arthur Digney – Shot Putt
  • Nicholas Waldock – Long Jump
  • Stan Nicholson – Discus
  • Hana Maeda – 1500m
  • Scarlett Fletcher– 300m & High Jump


Elodie de Jonge played for England U15s in in Thessaloniki, Greece against PAOK Thessaloniki and Aris U16. The team moves to Valencia to play in the Junior NBA European finals against Croatia, Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Lithuania.

The U13 boys qualified for the South East Finals of the Junior NBA, where they narrowly lost by one point in the semi-finals.


The U13 girls won the Bowl Trophy at the Reigate Sixes Tournament.

Harry Soper claimed 5 wickets for 27 runs for the 1st XI against an Old Sennockian XI, whilst Harry Scott scored 50.

Emily Hancock scored 50 for the U14A girls v Sutton Valence.

Ilyan Popat scored 50 for the U14A v Skinners.

Ben Dawkins (OS 2023) scored 40 and 93 for the Young Lions U19 Invitational XI Cricket Team against Sri Lanka.


Josie Hippe has been selected to represent England at the European U21 Championships.

Moritz Hippe has been selected to represent England at the U16 Four Nations Championships.


Ffion Thomas has been selected for the Kent Schools U16 squad.


Our U17s are schools’ national champions and have now gone back to back. Congratulations to Izzy Johnson, Grace Davies, Jamie Middleborough and Josh Beverley.

We recently hosted the Cornah Cup, with over 20 crews racing throughout the day.

A Sevenoaks team took part in the Old Carthusians Regatta, hosted at the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes.


The U15A mixed team beat Epsom, Cranleigh and Wellington to win the Wellington tournament.

Emily Hancock represented Kent 16U in the Southeast Surbiton Trophy last weekend. The girls had some hard-fought matches and came third.

Fred Ivey and Matt Wilkes came second to Reed’s in the St George’s Cup held in Oxford.


At the Brighton Beach Volleyball Tournament, the girls’ 1st team won the tournament, winning 19 of 21 sets played and the boys 1st team finished second on points difference.

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