14 March 2022

Sporting highlights

Great performance in cross country, tennis, hockey and swimming.

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Cross country

Our cross country runners attended the Thomas Trophy held at Sevenoaks Prep. Students performed really well, and a special well done to our girls’ team for becoming the overall winners.


Ben Catchpole, 1st, 11mins 25

Arthur Goodwin, 4th, 12mins 20

Noah Houston, 15th, 12mins 53

Charles Dunstan, 22nd, 13mins 19

Tommy Cuomo, 28th, 14mins 06

Malachy Trotter, 26th, 13mins 33

Girls :

Sophie Fleming, 1st, 12mins 42

Charlotte Bloodworth, 2nd, 12mins 54

Laura Jobke, 6th, 14mins 27

Piper Houston, 7th, 14mins 27

Salma Zidan, 8th, 14mins 28

Saskia Taylor, 14th, 15mins 04


Saturday saw us play the final league matches of the season, on our very own Super Saturday. There is lots still to play for with four teams needing a win to secure first place. Good luck!

League Winners:

1st XI, 2nd XI, U15A, U15B

Second Place:

U16B, U14B


There was a fantastic effort from our senior boys’ hockey side who finished third at the Tier 4 U18 England Hockey county tournament. It’s so good to see an ever-expanding hockey programme now offered to boys in the Lent term from Year 7 through to senior level, with some mixed hockey included.


Another fantastic netball tournament for the 1st VII this week at King’s Rochester, finishing second overall.


At the prestigious Bath and Otter relays held at the Olympic Pool, we qualified for three out of four finals, with the girls finishing fourth in the freestyle relay. This is a great result at an event for the best swimming schools in the country.


A superb day at the Southeast LTA Youth Schools Year 11-13 regional finals for our senior boys. Shout out to Ray Hayashi and Fred Ivey who came back from being 4-0 down in the doubles to clinch the win in the final.

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