PE Health and Health Faculty News  (31st January 2024)

PE Health and Health Faculty News (31st January 2024)

Ashley Cartledge
Ashley Cartledge
PE Health and Health Faculty News (31st...


Mr Cartledge Head of PE and Health



Year 8 Boys v Croxley Danes (District League) AWAY  Mr O’Kelly/Mr James

Date : Thursday 25th January 2024

Result : 20 – 15 Loss

Scorers :P. Soteriou, K. Johnson ,R. Doran, F. Gee 

Squad : F. Gee, R. Doran, K. Johnson, P. Soteriou, E. Pinto, M. Appa, S. McGrath, M. Tarjan, B. Spencer, E. Goddard

Commended performances: P. Soteriou 

Comment : The Year 8’s took part in their first competitive basketball match of the year against Croxley Danes. BMS started off well scoring a few early baskets, however lack of concentration at times which did lead to Croxley scoring. As the game progressed BMS showed positive signs of a comeback but failed to capitalise with their lay up shots and contesting for rebounds. After that BMS struggled to get back into the game after going 4 baskets down in the third quarter and at times did struggle with the fundamentals, which lead to Croxley winning  However it was a positive experience for the students to play, special mention to B. Spencer and M. Tarjan who stepped up at the last minute to represent the school. We hope to develop our skills in training every Tuesday lunchtime so that we can put what we practise into our next upcoming fixture. 



Year 8 Boys DISTRICT DIV 1 5-A-SIDE FESTIVAL @ Queens Powerleague  

Mr Cartledge/Mr James

Date : Monday 29th January 2024

Squad : F. Hoy, R. Hodgson, R. Doran, K. Johnson, J. Lewis, K. Walker, A. Chaudhry, B. Spencer

Results : Winners !

Game Results 

  • Game 1 v Futures – 3-1 (Win) 
  • Game 2 v Westfield – 5-5 (Draw) 
  • Game 3 v St Margarets 4-0 (Win) 
  • Game 4 v Reach Free B 7-1 (Win)
  • Game 5 v Reach Free A 3-2 (Win)

FINAL v Westfield – 3-1 (Win)

Overall Position = 1st (Winners)

Comment : The boys featured in the annual 5-a-side District tournament which was played at Power League. It was a Round Robin competition eventually leading to play off matches. BMS played attacking football with fast build ups leading to some very good goals being scored. At the other end of the pitch, F. Hoy made some smart stops throughout the tournament and the defence defended resiliently throughout. It was a very good experience for the team which they did enjoy. Following all the round robin group games the BMS team qualified for the Final where they met Westfield who we defeated 3-1 – a brilliant effort by all the boys (Mr James)


Special mention to the Year 10 and 11 Sports leaders who were excellent referees and great role models for the younger students. Well done to K Tinriover, C Tegzes, Z Watson, L Fearnside, S Mowle, J Allan, 








Year 11 Boys v Queens (County Plate) AWAY  Mr Cartledge

Date : Friday 26th January 2024

Result : Lost 6-1

Scorers : G Eldridge

Squad : A Gates, O Spencer, K Ford, F Cross, S Millbery, G Eldridge, C Tegzes, J Harris, I Harry Brown, K Tinriover, A Bracewell, H Cooper, M McManus

Commended performances : G Eldridge

Comment : The boys put in a great effort against local rivals Queens with a fantastic first half performance seeing the boys take a 1-0 lead with a great goal from G Eldridge. The lead was held until 1 minute before the break when Queens forced an equaliser. The second half saw the game get stretched and Queens took advantage of some tired legs in the BMS ranks.



Year 7 v SJA (League) AWAY  Mrs Cartledge

Date : Tuesday 30th  January 2024

Result : Lost 17-1

Squad : A Yu, L Mysiak, Z Dunlop, E Hughes, M Andronicou  R Grangier, Y loku Galapaththige 

Commended performances : Z Dunlop for great movement and defending on court

Comment : This was a really tough game for the year 7’s. Unfortunately St Joan of Arc were stronger in their passing and defending and despite the girls trying hard they were unable to pass the ball often into our attacking half. Lots to learn and put into practice.






Year 11 v SJA (League) AWAY  Mrs Cartledge

Date : Tuesday 30th  January 2024

Result : Lost 15-10

Squad: A.Chaudhry, E.Hauff, E.Rogers, M.Cozens, E.Williams, J.Verrey, N.Donald, P.Pryra

Commended performances : N. Donald for great defending in the circle.

Comment : This was a very exciting game with excellent defending and attacking play by Bushey Meads. At the end of the first quarter J of Arc led by 1 goal and by the end of the first half they were behind by 5 goals. In the third quarter the girls came back fighting and dominated the game with strong passing, excellent interceptions and shooting. The girls pulled it back to a 4 goal difference by working hard together as a team. In the final quarter St  J of Arc pulled away slightly to win by 5 goals. Excellent effort by all . Well done.







Year 9 v FAW (League) AWAY  Mrs Cartledge

Date : Wednesday 31st  January 2024

Result : Won 12-2

Squad: M Rumney, A Gibson, G Goldstein, E Mullings, R Chudasma, A Belghiru, N Edirisuriya

Commended performances: M Rumney for great shooting and finding space in the circle.

Comment :This was a strong performance from the girls. We took the lead quickly and began to settle into the game by taking time with our passes to ensure possession. With strong shooting, excellent defending in the circle and constant movement down court the girls gained an impressive lead of 10 goals in the third quarter. We decided to play versatility in the last quarter for the girls to experience other positions and to show sportsmanship.. We still managed to win the game comfortably. An impressive win with a great performance by all. Well done girls and a special mention for G Goldstein for great play in her first match in the year 9 netball team. 


PE kit

It is essential that students have the full correct PE kit for all lessons. This includes shinpads and black /yellow socks when participating in football lessons and also a pair of white sports socks for all other activities. Students will be reminded when activities change. Trainers are a compulsory piece of PE kit and should be brought to EVERY PE lesson.

Students not bringing the correct kit will instantly receive consequence points.

Girls should be wearing plain black shorts which are longer than the length of their PE shirt or hoody. Leggings should be black sports leggings and not see through.  Black tracksuit bottoms are also permitted.

ALL jewellery should be removed prior to the start of the lesson, including earrings, and hair should be tied up.


For any parental enquiries about any aspects of PE contact the Head of PE and Health Faculty Ashley Cartledge [email protected] . For any specific issues related to Girls PE and girls fixtures contact

 Sarah Cooper [email protected].



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