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PE Health and Health Faculty News (6th Dec – 13th Dec 2018)

PE Health and Health Faculty News (6th Dec – 13th Dec 2018)

Ashley Cartledge
Ashley Cartledge
PE Health and Health Faculty News (6th Dec...


As we come to the end of another busy term for PE we can reflect on the vast number of competitive fixtures and sports clubs that have taken place this term. There have been some outstanding efforts by the BMS students from attending every lunchtime recreational sports club to representing the school in a range of teams. The school has played nearly 100 competitive fixtures in football, rugby and netball with clubs taking place in badminton, table tennis, zumba, trampolining, athletics, basketball and gymnastic vaulting. All the students that have regularly attended clubs or represented school teams have been rewarded with Sports Credits which will be converted into whole school reward points.

The students on qualification courses have also been very busy. The Year 13 A level group are in the process of completing their performance videos ready for assessment and preparing for the EAPI verbal analysis which will take place in February. The Year 13 CTECH group are preparing for a January unit exam and also completing their team and officiating video evidence. The Year 12 CTECH group are also preparing for a January exam before they begin their assessable coaching sessions. The Year 11 GCSE PE class have been completing their their AEP coursework task and the Year 11 CN vocational group are preparing for a unit exam in January.

In addition the Year 11 level 1 Sports Leadership group are also in the final stages of completing their Level 1 qualification. The final assessment involved coaching and officiating at the BSJT primary festival last with all the group showing planning. organisation and communication skills to make the event such a success. Well done to Jamie, Alex, Kieran, Archie, Kaitlyn, Archie, Lakshaa, Khushali, Pavit, Dinujha, Angela, Vanshita and Vedant for your hard work as leaders over the last 8 months. It certainly has been a busy term but one that continues to make the PE and Health Faculty staff very proud of the students at the school.



Year 9A v Queens B (District League) – Mr Cartledge

Date : Thursday 6th December 2018

Result : Won 4-3

Scorers : M Machen 3, E Anthony

Squad : S Booth, N Amoako, E Anthony, M Chaudhury, M Keough, A Kothary, T Barnes, H Khan, S Sabapathy, M Machen, C Lynch, B Kabucho, F Pierson

Commended performances : M Machen

Comment : In a very competitive game of football the Year 9 team came from behind to eventually overcome a resilient Queens team to record their 6th league win out of 7 and guarantee a place in next years League Final. The year 9 team continue to progress as a team through hard work work and team spirit and some really good passing and moving skills. An outstanding hat-trick from Max M proved the difference between the two teams on the day.

Under 18 v Queens A (District League) – Mr Cartledge

Date : Tuesday 11th December 2018

Result : Drew 2-2

Scorers : C Osei, Kieran Barnard-White

Squad : J Pazio,  E Enright, A Djahnit, C Meale, E Fiordelisi, C Cameron, K Barnard-White, J Simmonds, K Jackman, J Kimber, J Blagden, C Osei, Z Beckford

Commended performances : K Barnard-White

Comment : The Under 18 team showed their continuing development as a team as they earned a fully deserved draw against a strong Queens side. After struggling to get a foothold in the game in the first 20 minutes the boys finally grew in confidence and dominated the second half for long spells after twice falling behind. Kieran BW was outstanding throughout setting up the first goal and then scoring a fantastic individual equaliser in the second half. The boys have really impressed in the district league and now move onto the County league fixtures in the new year.

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