Well done to all of this weeks successes, it’s great to see so many of our pupils involved in activities outside of School.
Jaik (4AD) and Oliver (4NC) representing Barnet Elizabethans RFC U9, played and won the Westen-Super-Mare Rugby Festival over the weekend. They were unbeaten winners against some of the best teams from the Midlands and South. Their swashbuckling tackling and tries made all the difference. Well done the boys !!
Kian (4RA) took part in the North London Festival of Music and Dance on Friday (4th May) and Tuesday (8th May) afternoon. He did extremely well and came second in his age category on Friday where he was up against a wide range of skilled competitors. He performed Purcell’s ‘Rondeau’ and the judges’ comments were very positive and he received a silver medal for his efforts. On Tuesday he had an another excellent day where he won gold today in his Grade 4 category. Well done Kian!
Avnish (5SB) and his team (representing Barnet Borough) won First Place for the Country Cubs Chess Tournament.
Lucia (5SB) and Lorenzo (5SP) and Hridai (5SB) completed the grueling mini Tough Mudder obstacle course in Henley.
Sophia (4NC) was awarded her Bronze British Gymnastics Advanced Fitness Proficiency Award from her club LAGAD. We are proud of all her hard work and commitment in gymnastics.
Siblings Fin (5SB) came joint 2nd in the Delancey MegaFinal on Saturday. This qualifies him for the GigaFinal later in July. He lost only one game scoring 5/6 points. The Delancey has 40,000 entrants at the school’s stage. To reach the megafinal means the players are in the top 20% – to reach Giga Finals they are in approximately the top 5%. Isla (3JD) also qualified for the MegaFinal and scored a very respectable two points.
Siblings Skye (6NP) came 3rd in the U13 200m Barnet and District Athletics Club Championships and Brooke (4NC) came 3rd in the U11 long jump at the Barnet & District Athletics Club Championships.
Amba (6NP) and Hannah (6RB) have been selected for the U11 Middlesex CCC Girls summer squad, after only taking up Cricket last year.