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PE Health and Health Faculty News (5th September)

Ashley Cartledge
PE Health and Health Faculty News (5th...


The start of a new term sees the start of a new programme of sport and physical activity practices, clubs and competitive fixtures. Last year many of our students took the opportunity to build on their performance in lessons by attending the many extra-curricular clubs that are available at lunchtime and after school. This year we will be holding clubs in football, basketball, rugby, hockey, table tennis, badminton, gymnastics, trampolining, cricket, rounders, tennis, cheerleading, fitness, SEN sport and athletics as well as our very popular lunchtime recreational sports clubs for each year group.The clubs are all run by the PE and Health Faculty staff.. Clubs take place at lunchtime and after club and this is supplemented by an extensive range of friendly, District and County competitive sports fixtures. All are free of charge and open to all students.

For full details of the clubs, fixtures and practices students and parents need to check on the Bushey Meads School website in the Calendar icon where you will find a full list of the extra-curricular activities. This is updated on a weekly basis to show the fixtures and practices for each week. In addition students can check the notice boards in the boys and girls changing rooms. The PE and Health Faculty also have their own Twitter account which includes regular updates on fixtures, match reports and details of forthcoming events.

Great News

Congratulations to Max M in 10S and Ronan I in 9O who have both been selected for the Hertfordshire County football squads.  This is a fantastic achievement and we look forward to updates on their progress.


3 day summer fun course

From Tuesday 27th – Thursday 29th August the annual summer fun course led by the PE and Health Faculty took place in school. The course is designed to provide a fun and welcoming introduction to Bushey Meads for our new Year 7 intake and nearly 80 students took the opportunity to attend. The mornings saw the students take part in on site activities including cooking, sports, team building exercises and trampolining. In the afternoon trips took place to 10 pin bowling, paintball, cinema and swimming. It was a great few days and the staff were really impressed by attitude and approach of all the students. It’s always great to see students making new friends and becoming more confident about starting at secondary school. Massive thankyou to all the PE, support and catering staff who helped out.

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