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PE Health and Health Faculty News (23rd April – 2nd May 2019)


Ashley Cartledge
PE Health and Health Faculty News (23rd...

NEWS

The new term sees a change in activities in the PE Faculty with the summer sports of athletics, cricket, rounders, tennis and softball taking centre stage. Clubs will continue at lunchtimes and after school with lots of competitive sports events taking place this term. A reminder to all students and staff that information on sports clubs/fixtures and events can all be found in the following areas :

  • School desktop accessible to all students
  • School website under Calendar link (see weekly PE timetable which is updated every week)
  • BMS PE and Health Faculty Twitter page

The continued push to improve the health and fitness of the students remains a focus and all clubs are available to all students.

ATHLETICS

County League Athletics – Match 1

Date : Mon 29th April 2019

On Monday 29th April the school had the honour of hosting the first Hertfordshire County League athletics match of the season at a new venue of Hillingdon Athletics Stadium. The League consists of 6 fixtures against the other 25 schools in our region of the Herts County League. The first match saw the teams competing with Habs Boys and Girls, St Joan of Arc, and Bushey Academy schools. It was a tough first match but the students acquitted themselves very well with some excellent individual performances.. We had 4 individual winners on the evening with victories for Megan Worley in the Junior Girls 1500m, Dominic Richards Junior Boys 300m, Ronan Ismaili Junior Boys 1500m, Alfie Hiron Senior Boys high jump and max machen senior Boys Pole Vault. Well done to all those who took part and a special thank you from all the staff from other faculties who turned out to help officiate the event.

Commended performances :

JUNIOR GIRLS

Team score – 34 points – 2nd=

M Worley 1500m 1st

R Wheeler 800m 2nd

F Hadden 100m 3rd and Discus 3rd

I Harry-Brown 200m 3rd

D Denholm 300m 3rd and Long Jump 3rd

G Mitea Javelin 3rd

JUNIOR BOYS

Team score – 50 points – 3rd

R Ismail 1500m 1st

D Richards 300m 1st

A Ali Long Jump 2nd and 3rd 100m

R Uthayakumar High Jump 2nd

F Spencer Pole Vault 2nd

G Gonzalez-Aller Javelin 2nd

A Law 3rd 200m and 3rd Discus

Q Kazmi 3rd 800m

N Haines 3rd Triple Jump

M Brown 3rd Shot

SENIOR GIRLS

Team score – 34 points – 3rd

V Fordham 2nd Triple Jump and 3rd 100m

CJ Lea 2nd High Jump

L Potter 2nd Discus

F Boselli 3rd 300m

B Coste 3rd 800m

C Gonzalez-Aller 3rd 1500m

F Mulima-Matiya 3rd shot

SENIOR BOYS

Team score – 47 points – 3rd

A Hiron 1st High Jump

M Machen 1st Pole Vault

C Mainwaring 2nd 1500m and 3rd Shot

N Amoako 3rd 100m

A Velautham 3rd 200m and 3rd Long Jump

A Doody 3rd 400m and 3rd Javelin

M Keough 3rd 800m

H Khan 3rd Hurdles

J Norris-Ataie 3rd Discus

The other matches are on the following dates :

MATCH 2 : Wednesday May 8th 2019

Venue – ST ALBANS ATHLETICS TRACK

MATCH 3 : Tuesday May 14th 2019

Venue – WOODSIDE ATHLETICS TRACK

MATCH 4 : Thursday May 23rd 2019

Venue – WOODSIDE ATHLETICS TRACK

MATCH 5 : Thursday June 6th 2010

Venue – WOODSIDE ATHLETICS TRACK

MATCH 6 : Monday June 105h 2015

Venue –  JARMONS PARK ATHLETICS TRACK, HEMEL

UNDER 20 DISTRICT ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS

The annual Watford District Athletics Championships for Y11,12 and 13 students was held at Woodside on Wednesday 1st May. We had 3 qualifying athletes and all managed to finish on the podium in their events. Yama Qarib was 2nd in the Shot, Kaitlyn Williams 2nd in the Discus and Chris Osei 3rd in the 100m. Well done all.

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