Welcome back!

After a short break over half term and some busy weeks of A-levels the Sports Blog is up and running! There have been some fantastic results over the last few weeks so please check out the sport notice section for more information.

I hope you all had a lovely half term and for those who went skiing, I hope the weather was lovely and the skiing conditions good. I went to Samoëns with my family and on most days travelled across to Flaine and skied down the run which we raced at the British School Girls. I don’t know if it was the glorious weather or the perfect snow condition but it is a lovely run although, it might not seem that way when you are racing down! In the last weekend in January for a second year running Wimbledon High took a team to race in the British School Girls Races. They all skied with skill and determination and our youngest member came away with a bronze in the U14 unregistered. A huge success considering it was our second time competing and it marks a positive light for the future of Wimbledon High Ski racing!

As always, the spring term brings exciting netball fixtures and even more success in the rowing team. The rowers are currently competing in the National Schools Competition and we wish them the best of luck!


Sports Captain

Sport Notices 04.02.19

Good morning everyone, just a few sport notices from me.

Congratulations to the U14 basketball team who beat Glenthorne in the quarter finals and are progressing into the next round of the London Youth Games.

Well done to the U11s placing second in the Newton Prep Sport hockey tournament. They won both group stages and reached the final but narrowly missed out on gold.

Our juniors have also performed very well and the swimming team won the London League B swimming final. Congratulations to all the girls and a huge well done to Year 4 who won their age group!

Our sports star of the week is the Ski Team who competed at the British School Girls races last weekend. They all skied exceptionally well and should be very proud of their achievements. A special mention to Maryisa in year 8 who won bronze in the U14 unregistered.

Have a lovely week!