Tuesday 11th December 7.30pm Christmas Carol Service

Dear Parents and Friends of Kings’ School,

Christmas Carol Service

Tuesday 11th December 2018

7.30pm at Winchester Cathedral

 

We will be holding our traditional Carol Service at Winchester Cathedral again this year and would like to invite past pupils, staff and friends of the school to join forces with our choir to sing two carols:

  1. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day – Gardner
  2. Love Came Down At Chistmas – R. O. Morris
  3. Magnum Mysterium – Lauridsen (Last sung 6 years ago in 2012!)

In addition, we will be singing a selection of traditional Christmas carols with the pupils and congregation.

We hope all the singers who joined us last year will be able to come along again!

New members are most welcome. If you can read a bit of music, enjoy singing, and you are able to make at least three of the five rehearsals, then please do join us. Please note that attendance is essential on Tuesday 4th December.

Please note that computerised copies of the score will not be available at rehearsals this year. Please ensure you have a legal copy of the scores for rehearsals and the final performance. If you require copies, please complete the form on the next page.

If you would like to take part, please print off and complete the form overleaf and send it into the school by Friday 19th October 2018, so that I can order the music and ensure it arrives on time for the first rehearsal.

Please note that the date of the first rehearsal is Tuesday 6th November at 7.30pm in the school hall.

Yours faithfully,

 

Mr D. Clarke

Head of Music

Please click here for the Application Form

 

2018 GCSE results

We are really delighted with the grades our pupils have achieved. For many subjects this was the first year of the new exam courses, but results in Science, History, Geography and Languages appear to be very good – we think that 47% of pupils achieved the full “EBacc”, which would be a new record for us. Results among the high attainers appear to be very strong generally, with 41% of the new numerical grades being 7, 8 or 9 (equivalent to A or A*) and 37% of pupils achieving at least 5 Grade 7s/As. Overall, 81% of pupils achieved what are now called “The Basics” (standard passes in English and Maths).

It is early days and the calculations are complicated, but our progress figure is looking higher than it did at this point last year.

We had lots of outstanding individual performances, including two pupils who achieved Grade 9s in every subject they took. I would like to congratulate them and all the other pupils and staff whose hard work has led to these great results.

Matthew Leeming

Headteacher

 

Thursday 22 November 7.00pm – 8.30pm Year 11 Presentation Evening

Dear Parent/Guardian

Your son/daughter should have received their GCSE results. In cases where it is felt that an injustice has been done and an unexpectedly low grade awarded, it is possible to request an `Enquiry Upon Result’.  Candidates’ parents are required by the boards to pay fees for this service and money is refunded if the Enquiry is upheld.  Costs can be between £35.00 and £50.00 per subject and Enquiries are very rarely upheld, so parents and candidates are strongly advised to ask the opinion of the teaching staff about this before requesting an Enquiry.  Having consulted subject teaching staff, it is the responsibility of parents to then make direct contact with Mrs Southworth, Exams Officer (Teaching) or Mrs Harris, Exams Officer (Non-Teaching). The board procedures require the Enquiry be initiated by the School and not by the parents.

Requests for such Enquiries regarding GCSEs should be made after School opens for the Autumn Term on Monday 3 September and no later than Thursday 13 September.

We would like to invite you to a Presentation Evening to celebrate the success of the leaving Year 11 and to see GCSE certificates and prizes awarded. The Evening will take place on Thursday 22 November in the Sports Hall beginning at 7.00pm. Due to the formal nature of the evening it is requested that the pupils attend in smart dress.

 

On the night, we intend to seat parents with pupils in their respective tutor groups. To reserve seats for your family, please complete the on-line reply slip by Thursday 13 September using the following link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PresentationEveningYr11 .Unfortunately, it will not be possible to present certificates and prizes to pupils who attend the evening without prior notification.

Certificates for those pupils who are unable to attend will be posted via recorded delivery if you paid £2 to cover postage costs. Please be aware that, in line with JCQ procedures, we will only store GCSE certificates for a period of 12 months; after this date they will be returned to the exam boards.

If your son/daughter would like to join the Kings’ School Alumni contact list to ensure that he/she is kept up to date with Kings’ School news and events, please can we ask that they provide us with details via the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/alumniregister .

We would like to take this opportunity again to thank you for the support that you have given to Kings’ school during your child’s time with us. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on Thursday 22 November.

Yours faithfully

 

Mr M Gunning                         Mrs H Southworth

Head of Year 11                     Exams Officer

Headteachers Newsletter

Dear Parents/Guardians

 

Happy new (school) year! I hope that you and your family have enjoyed a super summer break and that your son/ daughter is feeling ready for the new school year. It has been great to see the Kings’ School family come together again after the holiday.

 

I would like to say a particular welcome to the families of our new pupils, in Year 7 and elsewhere. I hope that your daughter/son has settled in and is enjoying being at school. I am looking forward to meeting you soon and I hope that our partnership with you will be very fruitful.

 

As well as the new pupils, several new adults have started with us this September. Mr Tresair joins us as Head of Design Technology and we also welcome Miss Cowking to History, Miss Drain to English, Mrs Housego to Science and Mr Vasquez to Languages.

 

Mrs Bason, Mrs Brown, Miss Gillingham, Miss Hughes, Miss Jones Mrs Rowell are all new to the Pupil Support team and Miss Smith joins the team down at B.A.S.E. Miss Hamilton joins us in the Enterprise Suite, while Mrs Rauf and Miss Parker are new Cover Supervisors.

 

Our “School Direct” trainees this year are Mrs Baker (Latin), Mrs Donnachie (Science), Miss Green (History), Mr Miles (Maths), Miss Honour (Art/Photography), Mrs Johnson (Computing), Mr Rutter (English) and Miss Webber-Aucutt (Food Technology). Never one to miss an opportunity, I would like to add that the application window for teacher training with the Winchester Teaching School Alliance will shortly open for next September – you can find out more by contacting Maggi Edwards, our Teaching School Coordinator, on 01962 861161 or via email on enquiries@wtsa.info – please click here to view the flyer.

 

School closure/staff training day

 

Please remember that the school will be closed to pupils on Wednesday 19 September.

 

Exam results

 

As you probably know, there were significant changes to the GCSE courses once again this year and we were slightly unsure about what to expect. As it turned out, the class of 2018 (and their teachers) did really well! The headlines are:

 

  • 81% achieved what are now called “the basics” (4s or better in both English and Maths)
  • 36% achieved at least 5 A+/7+ GCSEs (with 41% of all grades being 7+/A+)
  • No fewer than 23 pupils achieved at least 8 A*s/9s or 8s

We will be doing lots of additional analysis to learn what we can from the results in all subjects. Year-on-year comparisons are made very difficult by the changes, but it looks as though the “value-added” achieved by this cohort may have been our best ever.

 

Keeping the rules simple

 

The behaviour of Kings’ School pupils is exceptionally good, almost all the time – staff at the school feel very lucky to work alongside such kind, polite and right-thinking young people. We are very keen to keep it that way and so we have had a long think about school rules. As you can imagine, there is an enormous amount of theory and advice about this, but we were really impressed by the idea that it is helpful to have a very short, very simple summary of how we want Kings’ School people to be. We have chosen:

 

Ready – Respectful – Responsible

 

We will be explaining in some detail to the pupils what we mean be each of these three words, but I am sure you will get the idea. We know that almost all of our pupils are already ready AND respectful AND responsible almost all of the time, but we will be using this terminology to remind them of our expectations when things go wrong. We want you to be our partners in maintaining our high standards so we think it might be useful for you to know what we are saying!

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers

 

Our new rule summary does not affect our commitment to the 7 Habits programme – as you know, we provide Year 7 pupils with quite a lot of advice about this and we continue to re-visit it throughout their Kings’ careers. Mrs Gittins has kindly provided this reminder:

 

What we at Kings’ are helping our pupils work towards
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers What effective teenagers tend to do
Habit 1: Be Proactive
Take responsibility for their lives
Pause and think before they respond to a situation.  Understand that taking Responsibility means they have the ability to choose their response! Learn to focus their time and energy on things they can control.
Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Plan ahead – Think about how they want their lives to be
Consider outcomes, plan, visualise and set goals, consider what their top values are
Habit 3: Put First Things First
Prioritise, and do the most important things first
Be organised, plan their time, recognise what is most important make time for it so they reduce their stress levels and feel in control
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Have an ‘everyone can win’ attitude
Get a balance between meeting their needs and the needs of others
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood
Listen to people sincerely and communicate clearly
 Understand how their brain works and deal with conflict calmly and are able to calm others
Habit 6: Synergise
Work together to achieve more
Recognise and celebrate people’s differences, work well as part of a team
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
Renew yourself regularly
Look after both their physical and mental health. Find balance between school, work, friends and everything else

 

 

Oliver!

 

Head of Drama, Mrs Lee, writes:

“Reviewing the situation, it’s a fine life being a teacher and having the privilege of directing our wonderful pupils. Our 2018 Whole School production of Oliver! promises to be a sure Bet and I’d do anything for you to see it!

Throughout rehearsals the cast have given their oom pah pah, perfecting dynamic musical numbers and compelling scenes of drama and high tension. So don’t be a Dodger; Bumble about, pick a pocket and get your tickets to see this fantastic production running from 4th – 6th October. The cast are Syke’d to have you join us and leave you crying “please sir, I want some more”. Tickets go on sale from the Drama department from Tuesday 18th September.”

Just in case any of that is not completely clear, our first big production since The Lion King opens on Thursday 4 October and runs for three nights. I am really confident that it is going to be fabulous – I hope that you will come along and be part of a very special Kings’ event – please bring all your friends and relatives, too!

 

School finances

 

You may have heard that the government will be making some additional funding available to schools to support the teachers’ pay award. The details are not yet known, but this is clearly good news – we hope it will postpone the need to make further cuts for the time being.

 

Activities Days

 

I would like to thank all of you for your patience with the problems we experienced in July. As you may know, we were let down by a coach company at the very last minute. I am very grateful to my colleagues, who rallied round with great creativity and flexibility; I am also grateful to those parents who sent in offers of help and messages of support. We were really sad about letting the pupils down – your encouragement was very much appreciated on a slightly trying day!

 

Traffic safety message

 

I passed this message on from staff at the Royal Winchester Golf Club earlier in the year:

 

“We are finding that a lot of parents are using the entrance of our car park at the back of the school to swing around and drop off their children which has nearly resulted in our members driving into the side of their cars as it is quite a blind entrance.  Some mornings there can be a string of 3 or 4 cars doing this and one day there will be a nasty accident.  Please can you advise parents not to do this.”

 

They have been in touch again to say that the problem persists – your help with this would be very much appreciated.

 

 

Plastic-free Winchester

 

I was delighted to meet recently with representatives of this new(-ish) campaign group. You may have heard of other plastic-free towns and cities – apparently, there are now more than 300 across the country (you can see a map of them at https://www.sas.org.uk/communities-near-me/). The main aim is to reduce our use of plastics, especially “single-use” ones; another aim is for Winchester to achieve “plastic-free” status. This is their press release:

 

Plastic Free Winchester is a community group set up by three local residents to fight the growing misuse of plastic in the Winchester area. Hannah Williams, spokesperson for the group tells us, “We feel that the people of Winchester have a real desire to reduce the amount of single-use plastic they use. Our group, and in particular our Facebook page, give people hints and tricks about how to achieve this.”

The group are holding a plastic free week in October to coincide with Green Week (15 – 21 October), where they will ask companies and individuals to take their “Plastic Free Pledge” – to cut out or cut-down on the amount of single use plastic used during that week.

They have been visiting schools and will continue to do so over the coming months to talk about single use plastic, and offer the chance to take the Plastic Free Pledge. By giving up single use plastics for the week and recording their progress via a bingo card.

If you are interested in taking part in their Plastic Free Week (15 – 21 October) or just in getting involved go to their Facebook page @PlasticFreeWinchester.  Their ultimate aim is to get Plastic Free Community Status.

 

 

Parent Information Evenings

 

We want to work as closely with you as we possibly can, so that you can help your son/ daughter effectively. As such, there will be “Information Evenings” for each year group, starting at 6pm on the following days.

 

 

Autumn Spring Summer
Year 7 Academic

New Study Skills

12/11/18

Meet the Tutor

24/09/18

Internet Safety

09/10/18

Transition

New friendships,

(Pastoral)

31/01/19

 

Parents Evening (x)

21/03/19

Parents Evening (y)

26/03/19

Year 8 Dealing with Social Media

(Pastoral)

15/11/18

Parents Evening

25/06/19

Year 9 Academic Information Evening

27/9/18

Options Evening

06/02/19

Parents Evening

26/02/19

Teenage anxiety/good mental health

(Pastoral)

22/05/19

Year 10 Academic

17/10/18

Self identity/positive relationships

(Pastoral)

07/03/19

Parents Evening

09/05/19

 

Year 11 Study Skills Evening

02/10/18

Careers Fayre

26/09/18

Parents Evening

09/01/19

 

We expect that the information meetings will take 1½ – 2 hrs each – do please put the dates in your diaries and expect more details in the near future.

 

I should add that we are also very happy to speak to you at any time – please don’t feel you need to wait for a formal evening. For subject-specific questions, the best person to contact is your child’s teacher; for more general enquiries, their tutor is the first port-of-call. Heads of Subject and their Head of Year can help you with more serious matters and/or issues which subject teachers/ tutors have not been able to resolve. Please do not hesitate to contact us, either by phone (01962 861161) or by email to kings.school@kings-winchester.hants.sch.uk

 

Term Dates and Parent Calendar

 

In addition to the information above the following link will provide you with both our Parent Calendar and term dates for the next academic year. Calendar and Key Dates 2018/19

 

KSA meetings

 

The very wonderful Kings’ School Association will be working hard this year. They organise wonderful social events; they help out at parents’ evenings and concerts; they also raise money to support the school, most recently providing funding towards the Kings’ Cabin and Quad Regeneration Project. Taking an active part in the KSA is a great way to get to know the school better. We are always looking for enthusiastic parents to join our friendly team; in particular, we are very keen to appoint a new Treasurer following the sad departure of Mr Hallett who has been such an invaluable friend of the school for the last few years.

 

Their first two meetings this term are on Wednesday 26 September and our AGM on Monday 15 October. Both meetings start at 6pm and will be held in the Library. All parents are most welcome.

 

Extra curricular programme

 

As you know, we are proud of the extra-curricular opportunities we offer. The precise schedule changes all the time, but the timetable as it stands is here. I hope that you will have a moment to have a look at it and to encourage your daughter/son to take part.

 

Parenting Workshops

 

Some of you will have heard of the workshops run at school by Lorraine Lee. She has run lots of sessions at school in the past, focusing on the teenage brain, adolescent mental health and the challenges of modern parenting and she will be contributing to our programme of parents’ information evenings (see above).

 

I would like to make you aware of some additional workshops that Lorraine is running at the Middle Brook Centre. We do not normally advertise events outside school, but we know Lorraine really well and her sessions are always very popular – there is more information on the attached leaflet.

 

Eating Disorder support

 

We know that several families are supporting young people with diagnosed eating disorders while others are worried about the issue without yet having a formal diagnosis. We are pleased to be hosting a dramatic production about the issue on behalf of CAMHS – this is intended for family and carers and is only suitable for those aged over 18. Please see the attached poster for more details.

 

House Events 2018-2019

 

Our Heads of Houses write:

 

Please find below a list of all the House activities we are offering to pupils throughout the year. These events mostly finish at 4.30pm and pupils will need PE kit for the sporting events. Where extra kit is required, this will be communicated via tutors. We would love every pupil in the school to attend at least three events this year. It really is a forum of fun and a great community for both new and established pupils to find new friends. For parents new to our school community, the pupils are split into four ‘Houses’ (Godwin, Tudor, Norman and Stuart).  Each House is awarded points for placement and attendance per event, which go towards the House Cup competition (awarded during Sports Day). The current reigning House champions are Godwin House.

 

 

10 Sept House Photography – open for entries (Deadline for submission

15 Oct)

11-14 Sept

Lunchtimes

Dodgeball (Sports Hall)

Tues 11 – Year 7

Weds 12 – Year 8

Thurs 13 – Year 9

Fri 14 – Years 10 & 11

20 Sept Ultimate Frisbee – Whole School (Top field)
27 Sept Football / Netball 7&8 (Top field/Sarum courts)
4 Oct Football / Netball 9&10 (Top field/Sarum courts)
11 Oct Rugby 7&8 (Bottom field)
18 Oct Rugby 9&10 (Bottom field)
HALF TERM
1 Nov House Karaoke (Tower)
6-9 Nov

Lunchtimes

Benchball (Sports Hall)

Weds 7 – Year 7

Thurs 8 – Year 8

Fri 9 – Years 9, 10 & 11

15 Nov Hockey 7&8 (ATP)
22 Nov Hockey 9&10 (ATP)
26 Dec House Christmas Card Competition open for entries (Deadline for submission 7 Dec)
28 Nov Swimming 7&8 (During Periods 1-3) (Swimming Pool)
29 Nov Swimming 9&10 (During Periods 1-3) (Swimming Pool)
13 Dec House Quiz (Gym)
CHRISTMAS BREAK
17 Jan House Bake Off (Godwin and Norman Houses)
24 Jan House Bake Off (Stuart and Tudor Houses)
30 & 3  Jan House Animation
7 Feb Basketball / Wheelchair Basketball 7&8 (Sports Hall)
14 Feb Basketball / Wheelchair Basketball 9&10 (Sports Hall)
HALF TERM
28 Feb House Countdown (Rm 29)
4 Mar House Reading Begins (Ends 4 Apr)
7 Mar Kings’ Got Tough
14 Mar House Science
21 Mar Spelling Bee (Gym)
28 Mar
EASTER BREAK
30 Apr – 3 May Kings’ Got Talent Auditions (Lunchtimes)
9 May Kings’ Got Talent Final
16 May Softball Whole School (ATP)
21 – 23 May

Lunchtimes

Volleyball

Tues 21 – Year 7

Weds 22 – Year 8

Thurs 23 – Years 9 & 10

HALF TERM
6 June Rounders Whole School (Top field)
13 June Quidditch Whole School (Middle field)
20 June *Proposed* Sports Day
27 June Summer Games Whole School (Middle field)
4 July Capture the Flag Whole School
11 July Table Tennis (Non Competitive)

 

 

Business, Enterprise and Employability Update

 

Mrs Rickman writes:

 

Busy Autumn Term for the BEE Department…

We regularly receive feedback from both parents and volunteers that the Enterprise and Careers opportunities provided for pupils are unique selling points of Kings’. The department is busy working on a number of activities to ensure that this term will be as packed with exciting extra-curricular activities as ever.

Detailed below is a round-up of this term’s key events:

26 September – Careers and Employability

All Year 11 & 9 pupils will have an opportunity to investigate their future education and career options by attending the Kings’ Careers and Employability Fayre. There will be over 30 colleges, training providers, universities and employers available to provide first hand advice.

Year 11 pupils will visit the fayre between 1.15 pm – 3.15pm followed by Year 11 & 9 pupils and parents from 4.00pm – 6.00pm. We hope to see you there!

11 October – Year 7 Pop-up Shop Enterprise Day

All Year 7 pupils will be off-timetable for the whole of the day. They will work in teams to develop a product prototype that could be sold at their tutor group’s pop-up shop at the Kings’ Christmas Cracker. Each team will need to develop detailed costings and promotional activity for their product. They will compete with the other teams in their tutor group to win the opportunity to produce and sell their product on the tutor group’s stall in November.

 ***VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THIS EVENT***  We have been exceptionally lucky in recent years to have benefitted from time generously contributed by a number of parents for this event. If you would be interested in helping support a tutor group this October, particularly if you have experience in retail, marketing or manufacturing, please contact Mrs Rickman on the school email address.

 

27 November – Christmas Cracker

Kings’ annual Christmas event has been steadily growing in size and quality over recent years. This November’s fair will see the usual mix of pupil stalls and high quality external merchandise. In the last couple of years, we have been encouraging pupils in Years 8 – 11 to book a stall at the Cracker. A number of pupils have taken advantage of this in the past and the quality of products seen on their stalls has been outstanding. If you know your child has an interest in selling products, perhaps items that they make at home, please do encourage them to contact Mrs Rickman to book a stall or speak to their BEE teacher.

We are now taking bookings for stalls from external sellers. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Miss O’Leary on the school email address.

4 / 11 December – Year 11 Mock Interviews

Year 11 pupils will shortly be completing their mock interview application forms in their PSHEE lessons. They will be able to opt for an interview in over 30 employment sectors, delivered by external volunteers. This is fantastic practice for both college interviews and future employment and each year pupils tell us how useful this has been. They particularly appreciate the detailed feedback they receive from the interviewer afterwards.

***VOLUNTEERS NEEDED*** This year we would welcome offers to help deliver mock interviews and, in particular, need volunteers in the following sectors: Healthcare/ Medicine, Sport, Law, Engineering, Art/Design, Media, Life Sciences, Forensics and Pharmacy.  Please contact Mrs Turner on the school email for further information.

New Enterprise Hut in the Quad

Due to a generous donation from the KSA, the Enterprise team have been able to install a wooden hut in the quad much like those used at the Winchester Cathedral Christmas market. In the next few weeks, the stall will be available for bookings both by Kings’ Enterprise Companies but also by any pupils wishing to develop their enterprise skills by selling products on an ad hoc basis. This is a marvellous facility and we are looking forward to making this opportunity available to as many pupils as possible over the coming year.

Kings’ Enterprise Companies/ Tycoon in Schools

Since the opening of our fabulous Enterprise Suite, there has been a growing number of small businesses run in school by pupils. We are keen to continue to encourage this trend, given the invaluable experience pupils gain from running their own businesses. Enterprise Club will be running in the Enterprise Suite on a Tuesday and Thursday after school again this year. Pupils from all year groups are encouraged to come along and get help completing a business plan and getting their business idea off the ground.

If you feel your child has entrepreneurial ambitions, please encourage them to approach Mrs Rickman or Miss Hamilton in the Enterprise Suite. We will be entering a number of these businesses into Peter Jones’ (of Dragons’ Den fame) national Tycoon in Schools competition again this year.

Catering news

 

Our in-house caterers, Kings’ Catering have produced their very first newsletter! The Autumn Term 2018 edition is attached and may be viewed here. It has the latest catering news, regular features and even a voucher which you can cut out and use at lunchtimes! The Kings’ Catering Extra, as it is called, will be produced each term with details of the new menu, articles and special offers.

Carol Service

A date for your diaries – our Kings’ School Carol Service will take place in Winchester Cathedral at 7.30pm on Tuesday 11 December.  This is the most wonderful occasion and is never (quite) full – do come – I am sure you will not regret it!

 

Every year, a group of parents, staff and friends of Kings’ School form a choir to sing a couple of carols at the event. Rehearsals will take place on Tuesday evenings throughout November in the school hall, from 7.30 – 8.40pm. If you would like to take part, an application form and further information regarding repertoire etc will be available online before the end of September.

 

Orchestra

 

Our school orchestra meet weekly in the hall after school with Mr Langridge; it is open to pupils of grade 3 standard and above and is always welcoming new members. This year, however, we have moved to a Wednesday after school, to avoid clashes with House events on a Thursday. A number of pupils also play in local orchestras that meet on a Wednesday evening; rehearsals will finish a little earlier than last year to allow sufficient time for pupils to have a break and get to their respective rehearsals.

 

General Reminders

 

If you want to request authorised absence (for a sporting event, for instance), please write to me.

Please be aware that we do not authorise absence for holidays.

 

If your child is absent because they are unwell, please notify us as soon as possible, either by text (to 01962 600028), by email (pupilabsence@kings-winchester.hants.sch.uk) or by phone (01962 861161 option 1).

 

If you have any urgent enquiry or message, please phone the school rather than using the email system.

 

Important dates for next year

Wednesday 19 September – INSET DAY

Wednesday 19 September – 6.30 – 8.30pm Open Evening

Thursday 20 September – 9.30 – 11.30am Open Morning

Friday 21 September – 9.30 – 11.30am Open Morning

Monday 24 September – Year 7 Meet the Tutor

Wednesday 26 September – Year 11 Careers Fayre

Thursday 27 September – Year 9 Academic Skills Evening

Tuesday 2 October – Year 11 Study Skills Evening

Tuesday 9 October – Year 7 Internet Safety Evening

Monday 12 November – Year 7 Academic Skills Evening

Wednesday 17 October – Year 10 Academic Skills Evening

 

Yours faithfully

 

 

Matthew Leeming

Headteacher

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Results 2017 – 2018

Week Ending 13th July

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13 Boys Cricket Priestlands State Cup (S/F) Won by 5 runs Nassem Alam
U13 Boys Cricket Bohunt Hampshire State Schools Cup Final Won by 1 run Zak Farooq
U13 Girls Cricket Toynbee District League Won by 12 runs Nia Davies
U13 Girls Cricket Boundary Oak U16s Friendly Lost by 4 runs Lucy Wood
U13 Girls Cricket Perins District League Lost by 21 runs Talliah Rae
U14 Girls Cricket Toynbee Chance 2 Shine Won by 42 runs Abi Reid
U14 Girls Cricket Eggars Chance 2 Shine Lost by 18 runs Evie Kesley
U14 Girls Cricket Mountbatten Chance 2 Shine Lost by 5 runs Katie White
U14 Girls Cricket St Swithuns Chance 2 Shine Won by 27 runs Sandra Htay
U15 Girls Cricket St Georges District League Won by 124 runs Laura Cheney
U15 Girls Cricket Toynbee District League Won by 40 runs Evie Kesley
U15 Girls Cricket Priestlands County Cup Lost by 45 runs Olivia Coeshall
U15 Girls Cricket Lord Wandsworth Friendly Won by 28 runs Laura Cheney
U12A Rounders Westgate League Won 14-10 Taya Prokopchuk
U13A Rounders Westgate League and HYG Qualifier Won 17.5-10 Isis Ayling
U14A Rounders Westgate League Won 16-7.5 Evie Kesley
U15A Rounders Westgate League and HYG Qualifier Won 21-16.5 Laura Cheney
U15A Rounders Henry Beaufort HYG Qualifier Won 15.5-11 Laura Cheney
U13A Rounders Various HYG Qualifier 1st Place Amelia Badnell
U15A Rounders Various HYG Qualifier 1st Place Laura Cheney

Week Ending 29th June

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12A Netball Portsmouth High School HYG Tournament Won 13-1 Amy Clarke
U12A Netball St Annes HYG Tournament Won 15-1 Grace Tugwell
U12A Netball Oaklands HYG Tournament Won 11-3 Grace Cahill
U12A Netball Westgate HYG Tournament Lost 5-3 Emelia Phillips
U12A Netball Upper Shirley High HYG Tournament Won 7-3 Emily Wilson
U12A Netball Harroway HYG Tournament Won 11-3 Ruby Davies
U14 Boys Cricket Mountbatten District Cup Won by one run Thomas Moore
U15 Boys Cricket Mountbatten District league Won by 10 runs Jack Good
U13 Boys cricket Alderworth State School County cup Won by 37 runs Max Wedderburn
U13 Boys cricket Romsey District League Won by 86 runs Tom Henderson

Week Ending 15th June

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13 Boys Cricket Sandown County Cup Won by 68 runs Ben Marshall
U13 Boys B Tennis Mountbatten Aegon League Div 2 Play off Lost 7-6 Harry Horn
U15 Boys Cricket Churchers County cup Lost by 80 runs Eddie Wetherall
U15 Boys cricket Romsey District league Won by 9 wickets Tommy Stillman
U13B Girls Tennis KES Friendly Drew 4-4 Lucy Payne
U13C Girls Tennis KES Friendly Drew 4-4 Louisa Kelly
U15B Girls Tennis KES Friendly Drew 4-4 Annabel Corrie
U15C Girls Tennis KES Friendly Lost 6-2 Isla Bone

 

Week Ending 8th June

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13B Girls Tennis St Swithun’s A League Lost 12-0 Nia Davies
U13C Girls Tennis St Swithun’s B Friendly Lost 12-0 Emily Ashthorpe
U15B Girls Tennis St Swithun’s A League Lost 12-0 Alice Honigman
U15B Girls Tennis Sherfield A League Lost 12-0 Olivia Coeshall
U16 Mixed Hockey Staff XI Friendly Lost 3-1 Mrs Rossitter

Week Ending 24th May

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U14A rounders Mountbatten League Won 14-5 Claudia Lawrence
U15A rounders Mountbatten League Won 10.5-8.5 Laura Cheney
U15 Boys Tennis Bohunt Aegon League Div 1 Won 7-6 Joshua Round
U13B Girls Tennis Perins League Lost 10-2 Miranda Luker
U13 Girls Tennis Perins Friendly Drew 4-4 Jess Fry
U15 Girls Tennis Perins Friendly Lost 6-4 Elizabeth Ormiston
U12 Boys Cricket Twyford prep County cup round 1 Lost by 7 wickets Adam Blyth
U15 Boys Cricket Henry Beaufort District league Won by 10 wickets Tommy Stillman
U13 Boys Cricket Hordean County cup Won by 8 wickets Tom Talks (took 5 wickets)
U15 Boys Tennis Perins Aegon League Div 1 Lost 12-0 Will Strevens

Week Ending 18th May

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13 Boys Cricket Henry Beaufort District League Won by 87 runs Naseem Alam
U12A rounders Henry Beaufort League (w) 7-1.5 Emelia Philips
U13A rounders Henry Beaufort League (w) 10.5-10 Maya Chakraborty
U14A rounders Henry Beaufort League (w) 10-9 Roberta Douglas Todd
U15B rounders Henry Beaufort A League (L) 13.5- 8.5 Kesia Waller
U12A rounders Mountbatten U13A Friendly (L) 15-10 Ruby Davies
U13A rounders Mountbatten U13A League (w) 12-9 Mimi Chainey
U13 Boys A Tennis Perins Friendly Won 8-4 Max Wedderburn
U13 Boys A Tennis Portsmouth Grammar School Aegon League Division 1 Won 10-2 Ben Marshal
U13 Boys A Tennis St. john’s College Aegon League Division 2 Lost 12-0 Blake Sanderson
U13 Boys B Tennis St. Neot’s Aegon League Division 2 Won 8-4 Louis Denham
U13A Girls Tennis PGS League won 12-0 Ella Chainey
U15A Girls Tennis PGS League won 8-4 Isis Ayling
U15 A Girls Tennis Thornden League Won 10-2 Millie Smith

Week Ending 11th May

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13 Boys B Tennis Robert Mays Aegon League Div 2 Won 8-4 Jack Treseder-Griffin
U15 Boys B Tennis Robert Mays Aegon League Div 2 Won 8-4 Oliver Ferrari
U15 Boys B Tennis Bedales Aegon League Div 2 Lost 12-0 Sam Kurkatakis
U13A Girls Tennis Farnborough Hill League Lost 12-0 Nia Davies
U15B Girls Tennis Farnborough Hill League Lost 8-4 Charlotte Phillips
U14 Rounders Thornden League Won 13.5- 6 Cara Ottoway
U15 Rounders Thornden League Won 23.5-3 Laura Cheney
U12 Rounders Thornden League Won 7.5/1 Holly Mediratta / Libby Barber
U13 Rounders Thornden League Won 20.5/0.5 Mimi Chainey
U13 Boys Cricket HB District League Won by 87 runs Naseem Alam
Year 7 track athletics Various Track Knock out Second position qualifying for second round Toby Pace

Week Ending 4th May

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13A Girls Tennis Westgate League Lost 12-0 Mia Tsangaris
U15A Girls Tennis Westgate League Lost 8-4 Maya Gupta
U14 Boys Football All Hallows County Cup Semi Final Lost 7-2 Jenson Hope
U14 Boys Cricket KES County Cup round 1 Lost by 6 runs James Marks

 

Week Ending 27th April

Even if there were lots of results the team of the week would still be the U16 Boys Rugby team after their brilliant 35-5 win over Mountbatten. This team have grafted very hard since September and to a man gave it 110% in a hard fought and physical final. Their performance was typical of their dogged and physical style and they are very deserved winners of this title. The school is proud of these boys, but moreover they should be very proud of themselves.

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U16 Boys Rugby Mountbatten Hampshire U16 Plate Final Won 35-5 Rory King

Week Ending 20th April

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13 Boys A Hockey King Edward VI Friendly Won 8-0 Zac Farooq
U13 Boys B Hockey King Edward VI Friendly Lost 4-1 Ben Crosswell-Hall
U16 Boys Hockey King Edward VI Friendly Won 6-0 James Baxter
U13 Boys Hockey Peter Symonds Friendly Drew 2-2 Zac Farooq
U15 Boys Rugby John Hanson Friendly Won 31-0 Max Burns
U12 Boys Football Perins League Won 7-1 Sam Dudley

Week Ending 23rd March

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13A Netball Romsey U13A Tournament Won 10-0
U13A Netball Kings U13B Tournament Won 9-0
U13A Netball Westgate U13B Tournament Won 12-1
U13A Netball Westgate U13A Tournament Drew 5-5
U13A Netball Perins U13A Tournament Won 8-2
U13B Netball Romsey U13A Tournament Drew 1-1
U13B Netball Westgate U13A Tournament Lost 2-7
U13B Netball Kings U13A Tournament Lost 0-9
U13B Netball Perins U13A Tournament Lost 0-10
U13A Netball Various Tournament 1st Place POT – Mae Fry
U13B Netball Various Tournament 4th Place POT – Anna Martin
U12 Boys A Hockey King Edward VI C Friendly Won 2-1 Hal Carson
U12 Boys B Hockey King Edward VI D Friendly Won 4-2 Harry Wilson
U13 Girls Football Westgate District Cup Final Lost 7-1 Maria Ferreira
U14 boys Basketball Bitterne Park District league final Lost 84-42 Romar Penaranda
U14 Boys Rugby Mountbatten League Won 32 – 0 Freddie Smith
U15 Boys Rugby PGS Hampshire 7’s Lost 0 – 21 James Winson
U15 Boys Rugby LWC Hampshire 7’s Lost 5 – 10 James Winson
U15 Boys Rugby John Hanson Hampshire 7’s Lost 5 – 21 James Winson
U15 Boys Rugby Silesian College Hampshire 7’s Lost 5 – 12 James Winson
U15 Boys Hockey Kings’ U16 B Friendly Drew 1-1 Will Hart
U16 Boys B Hockey Kings’ U15 Friendly Drew 1-1 Cain Williams
U14 Boys Hockey Kings’ U13 Friendly Won 4-1 Sam Noble
U13 Boys Hockey Kings’ U154 Friendly Lost 4-1 Matty Delara

Week Ending 16th March

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U14 Boys Hockey Bedales Friendly Drew 3-3 Will Hart
U15 Boys Hockey Bryanston Friendly Lost 4-1 Max Wedderburn
U16 boys Basketball Noadswood District league A final Won 63-34 Pietro Forconi
U12 Netball Toynbee League Won 25-0 Emelia Phillips
U13 Netball Toynbee League Won 21-3 Anna Martin
U14 Netball Toynbee League Won 11-4 Ayla Francis
U16 Netball Toynbee League Won 27-2 Sarah Kettley
U12A Netball Thornden Tournament Won 10-2 Emelia Phillips
U12A Netball Romsey Tournament Won 4-2 Nancy Munden
U12A Netball Westgate A Tournament Drew 6-6 Amy Clarke
U12A Netball Westgate B Tournament Won 8-0 Grace Cahill
U12A Netball Henry B Tournament Won 6-0 Emily Wilson
U12A Netball Various Tournament 1st Place POT- Grace Tugwell
U15 Girls Rugby Romsey County Tournament Won 25-0 Issy Davies
U15 Girls Rugby Toynbee County Tournament Won 10-5 Millie Smith
U15 Girls Rugby Priestlands County Tournament Won 10-5 Sandy Htay
U15 Girls Rugby Perins County Tournament Won 15-5 Skye Ayling
U15 Girls Rugby Noadswood County Tournament Won 15-0 Sophie Ansell
U15 Girls Rugby Mountbatten County Tournament Lost 10-5 Olivia Parker
U15 Girls Rugby Various County Tournament 2nd place overall POT – Cara Ottoway
U14 Girls Basketball Romsey League Won 54-4 Anna Lane
U12 Girls Basketball Hamble Friendly Won both games Holly Mendoza
U13 Girls Basketball Hamble Friendly Won both games Lorraine Mpofu
U14 Boys Football Wyvern District cup semi final Lost 1-1 AET 5-3 Jenson Hope
U13 boys Football John Hanson District cup semi final Won 4-2 Robert Elms
U16 Girls Football Mountbatten County Cup Semi-Final Lost 3-0 Annabelle Corrie

Team of the week is the outstanding U16 boys Basketball team following their play-off final win. A first for the boys at Kings’.

 

Week Ending 9th March

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U16 Boys Rugby Oaklands Hampshire 7s Tournament Won 15-12 Ollie Green
U16 Boys Rugby Portsmouth Grammar School Hampshire 7s Tournament Lost 41-7 Rory King
U16 Boys Rugby Lord Wandsworth College Hampshire 7s Tournament Lost 20-5 Jason Griffiths
U16 Boys Rugby Perins Hampshire 7s Tournament Lost 19-15 Kain Williams
U15 Boys Hockey Bedales Friendly Won 4-2 Eddie Wetherall
U13 Boys Hockey Churchers’ College Friendly Won 1-0 Tom Talks
U13 Boys Hockey Churchers’ College Friendly Lost 4-1 Tommy Wetherall
U14 Boys Hockey Churchers’ College Friendly Won 2-1 Tomas Popowicz
U14 Boys Hockey Churchers’ College Friendly Won 3-0 Dylan Peck
U15 Boys Football Wyvern District League Won 1-0 Isaac Ebejer
U12 Boys Football Perins League Won 5-0 Josh Loveridge
U12 Boys Football Toynbee League Lost 2-1 Alex Potts
U12 Boys Rugby PGS Friendly Lost 30 – 40 James Hilderbrant
U14 Boys Rugby PGS Friendly Won 50 – 0 Callum Patterson
U13 Boys Rugby Romsey Hampshire Cup Competition Won 10 – 5 Zak Farooq
U13 Boys Rugby Mayvile Hampshire Cup Competition Won 25 – 5 Ben Thompson
U13 Boys Rugby Priestlands Hampshire Cup Competition Lost 0 – 10 Dan Toms
U13 Boys Rugby Brookfields Hampshire Cup Competition Won 10 – 0 Matthew De Lara
U13 Boys Rugby Mountbatten Hampshire Cup Competition Lost 0 – 15 Will Mathews
U13 Boys Rugby Westgate Hampshire Cup Competition Lost 0 – 5 Dan Toms
U15 Girls Football Henry Beaufort District Cup Won 4-1 Abi Haly

Week Ending 2nd March

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12 Girls Hockey Ditcham Park Hampshire Festival Drew 0-0 Mi-A Selman
U12 Girls Hockey Robert Mays Hampshire Festival Lost 0-1 Maia Hunter Guest
U12 Girls Hockey Alton Hampshire Festival Lost 1-2 Emma Shedden
U12 Girls Hockey Bedales Hampshire Festival Won 1-0 Amelie Nolan
U15 Girls Hockey Godolphin Friendly Won 3-0 Carla Pinear
U14 Girls Hockey Thornden Friendly Drew 0-0 Sandra Htay
U15 Girls Hockey Perins Friendly Won 10-0 Ella Chainey
U16 Girls Hockey Thornden Friendly Drew 2-2 Miranda Collings
U16 B Boys Hockey Bedales Friendly Lost 2-1 Max Targett

Week Ending 23rd February

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12 Boys Football Westgate District Cup QF Lost 2-1 Sam Dudley
U12 Boys Football Thornden District Cup Last 16 District Cup Last 16 Won 5-3 Oscar Newby
U14 Boys Hockey Bryanston Friendly Lost 1-0 Will Hart
U15 Girls Football Mountbatten District Cup Semi-Final Lost 5-1 Natasha Pell
U14 Boys Basketball Test Valley Play Off Semi-Final Won 46-22 Romar Peneranda
U15 Boys Football Thornden District Cup Lost 4-1 Ivo Taylor

Team of the week this week is the U14 boys Basketball team, following their play off semi final win.

Week Ending 9th February

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12 & U13 Mixed Swimming Gala Churchers Friendly Won 16 -10 Yr 7 Girl  Emily Menlove
Yr 7 Boy Jack Kneller
Yr 8 Girl Anya Wolfenden
Yr 8 Boy Will Buckenham
U16 Girls Basketball Bohunt County Cup Won 46-27 Nathalie Ahmed
U15 Girls Basketball Aldworth County Cup Won 46-38 Mae Fry
U15 Boys Rugby Priestlands Hampshire Cup Final Won 24-5 Freddie Inwood
U16 Boys Basketball Westgate District league A Play Off Semi Final Won 55-32 Pietro Forconi
U13 Boys Rugby Wyvern League Won 35-15 Jake Jupe
U12 Boys football Thornden District cup Last 16 Won 6-4 Oscar Newby
U13 Boys Hockey Ryde Hampshire In2 Hockey Championships Drew 0-0 Max Wedderburn
U13 Boys Hockey St. Johns College Hampshire In2 Hockey Championships Drew 1-1 Matty Delara
U13 Boys Hockey Forres Sandle Manor Hampshire In2 Hockey Championships Drew 0-0 Blake Sanderson
U13 Boys Hockey Durlston Court Hampshire In2 Hockey Championships Drew 1-1 Zac Farooq
U13 Boys Hockey King Edward VI Hampshire In2 Hockey Championships Lost 1-0 Joe Jenkinson
U13 Boys Hockey West Hill Hampshire In2 Hockey Championships Lost 2-0 Will Taylor
U13 Boys Hockey Walhampton Hampshire In2 Hockey Championships Won 1-0 Tommy Wetheral
U13 Girls Football Toynbee District Cup Won 4-2 Maria Ferrara
U16 Girls Football Bayhouse County Cup Quarter Final Won 11-1 Emelia Jarvis

Week Ending 2nd February

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12A/B netball Romsey A League Drew 8-8 Nancy Munden
U13A netball Romsey League Won 27-8 Mae Fry
U14A netball Romsey League Won 15-9 Anna Lane
U16A netball Romsey League Won 19-9 Sarah Kettley
U14A netball Godolphin A Friendly Drew 12-12 Anna Lane
U14B netball Godolphin B Friendly Lost 20-1 Lucy Shire
U15B netball Godolphin A Friendly Lost 19-5 Olivia Parker
U16A netball Godolphin A Friendly Won 24-18 Maddie Newcombe
U16 Boys Basketball Bitterne Park District league A Won 71-35 Max Burns
U16 Boys Hockey PGS Hampshire Cup Tournamnet Lost 1-0 John Mark Jeffcott Calzado
U16 Boys Hockey KES Hampshire Cup Tournamnet Lost 2-0 Jack Proctor
U16 Boys Hockey Ballard Hampshire Cup Tournamnet Won 5-1 Sam Brockway
U12 Boys Hockey Perins Friendly Won 4-0 Oscar Crooks
U13 Girls Basketball Aldworth County Cup Won 66-14 Sam Corrie
U16 Boys Rugby Robert Mays Hampshire Plate Semi Final Won 22-19 Edmund Mirchandani

 

This week’s team of the week is the boys U16 hockey team for their determined and mature performances at the Hampshire Tournament.

 

Week Ending 19th January

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12 Netball Westgate League Won 16-10 Grace Tugwell
U13 Netball Westgate League Lost 21-19 Nia Davies
U12 Netball Swanmore League Won 14-6 Grace Cahill
U13 Netball Swanmore League Won 16-1 Mimi Chainey
U13  Girls Rugby Toynbee League Won 22-19 Issy Davies
U16 Boys Hockey Bryanston Friendly Lost 4-3 Oliver Bulpett
U13 Boys B Hockey Ditcham Park Hampshrie School’s Festival Won 1-0 Joshua Reid
U13 Boys B Hockey Westgate Hampshrie School’s Festival Lost 2-1 Ben Crosswell-Hall
U13 Boys B Hockey Perins Hampshrie School’s Festival Drew 0-0 Jacob Priddle
U13 Boys B Hockey St John’s College Hampshrie School’s Festival lost 4-0 Fred Deeney
U13 Boys B Hockey Hampshire Collegiate Hampshrie School’s Festival Drew 0-0 Will Buckenham
U16 Boys Hockey Bedales U18 Friendly Lost 4-2 Sam Brockway
U13 Boys A Hockey Bryanston U14 B Friendly Won 3-0 Zac Farooq
U15 Boys Hockey Perins Friendly Drew 1-1 Nick Ellis
U15 Girls Hockey Godolphin Friendly Won 3-0 Bea Hepworth
U16 Boys Football Thornden District League Lost 2-1 Ryan Smith
U16 Girls Basketball Springfield County Cup Won 28-26 Georgia Taylor
U14 Girls Basketball Test Valley League Won 61-10 Lucy Payne

 

Week Ending 12th January

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13 Girls Rugby Toynbee League Won 22-19 Issy Davies
U12 Girls Football Blessed Hugh Farringdon National Cup Won 4-2 Emma Shedden
U14 boys Basketball Bitterne Park District league A Won 40-41 Elijah Matthias
U16 Boys Basketball Noadswood Hampshire Cup Semi-Final Won 46-47 Max Burns
U13 Girls Basketball Aldworth County Cup Won 87-25 Grace Cahill
U14 Girls Basketball Bohunt County Cup Won 75-9 Jess Fry
U15 Boys Rugby The London Oratory School National Vase Round 5 (Last 16) Lost 15 – 17 Ollie Raisbeck
U13 Boys Hockey Perins Friendly Won 7-3 Johnny Bradshaw

Week Ending 5th January

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12 Girls A Hockey KES Friendly Lost 1-3 Maia Hunter Guest
U12 Girls B Hockey KES Friendly Drew 0-0 Emma Sheddon
U13 Girls A Hockey KES Friendly Won 8-0 Milly Hughes
U13 Girls B Hockey KES Friendly Lost 0-2 Evie Thomas
U14 Girls Hockey Bedales Friendly Won 4-1 Sandra Htay
U14 Girls Hockey KES Friendly Lost 0-3 Mimi Chainey
U15 Girls Hockey Bryanston Friendly Won 4-1 Bea Hepworth
U15 Girls Hockey KES Friendly Won 8-0 Bea Hepworth
U16 Boys Basketball Upper Shirley High District league A Won 99-33 Pietro Forconi
U16A Netball Wyvern League Won 33-5 Astrid Williams
U14A Netball Wyvern League Won 17-3 Clara Bocci
U14 Boys Hockey Perins Friendly Won 4-0 Thomas Popowicz

 

 

Week Ending 15th December

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U16 Boys Hockey Perins Friendly Won 4-3 Ollie Green
U16 Girls Basketball Hamble League Won 25-21 Millie Smith
U16 boys Basketball Westgate District league A Won 62-8 Max Burns
U14 Boys Football Perins Friendly Won 4-0 Leon Stewart

This week’s team of the week are the girls Under 16 basketball team who enjoyed a narrow victory over Hamble despite missing a number of key players.

 

Week Ending 8th December

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U14 Boys Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Won 36-12 Ben Stanley
U16 Boys Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Lost 20-7 Louis Strangeway
U13 Boys Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Drew 15-15 Patrick Dunne
U12 Boys A Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Lost 30-10 Nicholas Moore
U12 Boys B Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Won 35-10 Zakhos Lekkas
U15 Boys Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Won 34-0 Jamie Carroll
U13 Girls A Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Lost 45-15 Mia Selman
U13 Girls B Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Won 90-70 Maia Hunter Guest
U15 Girls Rugby Perins Kings Vs Perins Cup Lost 20-5 Skye Ayling
U16 Boys Basketball Crestwood College District League A Won 36-72 Max Burns
U16 Girls Basketball Romsey League Won 21-16 Astra Tsangaris
U14 Girls Basketball Bohunt County Cup Won 59-6 Lucy Payne
U14 A Netball Swanmore League Won 20-12 Maddie Rowden
U16 A Netball Swanmore League Won 56-4 Eloise Hart
U13 A Boys Football Perins Friendly Won 8-0 Tom Henderson
U13 Boys Hockey Kings’ U14 Boys Friendly Lost 3-0 Matty Delara
U14 Boys Hockey Kings’ U13 Boys Friendly Won 3-0 Joseph Cook
U13 Girls A Football Thornden District Cup Won 1-0 Thorden Samantha Corrie
U13 Girls A Football Westgate District Cup Lost 1-0 Westgate
U13 Girls A Football Mountbatten District Cup Lost 1-0 Mountbatten

This week’s team of the week is the U16 Girls Netball team who recorded an emphatic 56-4 victory over Swanmore with a thread bear team.

Week Ending 1st December

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U16 boys Basketball Winchester College Hampshire Cup Won 63-34 Max Burns
Boccia Treloars District Tournament 2nd place Tom Kelly
U12B Netball Henry Beaufort A League Won 19-5 Emelia Philips
U13B Netball Henry Beaufort A League Won 9-5 Abi Haly
U14B Netball Henry Beaufort A League Won 16-5 Ayla Francis and Clara Bocci
U16A/B Netball Henry Beaufort A League Won 11-4 Ella Popowicz
U15 Boys Rugby St Clement Dane RFU National Plate Round 4 Won 41-0 Jack Goode
U16 Girls Basketball Romsey League Won 21-16 Astra Tsangaris
U14 Girls Hockey Bedales Friendly Won 4-1 Sandra Htay

This week’s teams of the week are the U16 boys basketball team following their excellent victory over Winchester College and the U15 boys rugby team who triumphed again.

Special mention also to the PE department for their excellent turn out and contribution to the Xmas Cracker and for organising the Kings’ end of the Kings’ Vs Perins rugby cup on Saturday which ended in a 4-4 (matches) draw.

Week Ending 24th November

Team of the week is the U14 Boys’ Football team following their nail biting penalty shoot-out win over Priestlands in the Hampshire Cup.

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U13A Netball KES Friendly Lost 28-21 Jess Fry
U13B Netball KES Friendly Lost 16-11 Holly Mediratta
U13A Girls Rugby Priory Tournament Drew 5-5
U13A Girls Rugby St George’s Tournament Drew 0-0
U13A Girls Rugby Priestlands Tournament Won 10-5
U13A Girls Rugby Testbourne Tournament Won 5-0 Player of Tournament – Abi Duxbury
U13B Girls Rugby Toynbee Tournament Won 25-5
U13B Girls Rugby Noadswood Tournament Drew 20-5
U13B Girls Rugby Ringwood Tournament Drew 15-15
U13B Girls Rugby Perins Tournament Won 15-5 Player of Tournament – Mia Selman
U13A Girls Rugby St Georges League Won 40-30 Ruby Lawrence
U14 Girls Hockey Robert Mays Trophy Won 4-0 Bea Hepworth
U14 Girls Hockey Alton Trophy Drew 0-0 Sandra Htay
U14 Girls Hockey St John’s Trophy Lost 0-1 Ellie Dawkins
U14 Girls Hockey Island Free Trophy Drew 0-0 Emily Weeks
U12 Girls Hockey Thornden Friendly Drew 0-0 Mia Selman
U13 Girls Hockey Perins Friendly Won 8-1 Mimi Chainey
U13 Girls Hockey Island Free In2Hockey Drew 0-0 Elizabeth Benzie
U13 Girls Hockey West Hill In2Hockey Lost 1-2 Mimi Chainey
U13 Girls Hockey Bedales In2Hockey Won 3-0 Milly Hughes
U13 Girls Hockey HCS In2Hockey Won 3-0 Milly Hughes
U14 Girls Hockey Thornden Friendly Won 3-1 Mimi Chainey
U14 Girls Hockey Bryanston Friendly Lost 0-1 Zippy Cornberg
U14 Girls Football Westgate National Cup Lost 5-0 Abi Haly
U12 Girls Football Weydon National Cup Won 5-0 Lara Simpson
U14 Boys Football Priestlands County Cup Won 9-8 (2-2 normal time) Michael Green
U13A girls’ rugby St Georges League Won 40-30 Ruby Lawrence
U14A Netball Mountbatten League Lost 28-7 Maddie Rowden
U16A Netball Mountbatten League Won 47-5 Sarah Kettley
U13A Netball Wyvern League Won 38-0 Jess Fry
U12A Netball Mountbatten League Drew 8-8 Ruby Davies
U13A Netball Mountbatten League Won 23-1 Mimi Chainey
U12 Boys Football Perins Friendly won 4-2 Josh Raisbeck
U14 Boys Football Perins Friendly Won 5-1 Leon Stewart
U16 Boys Football Perins Friendly Won 3-2 Max Swanbrough
U15 Boys A Table Tennis Various Consortium Tournament Fourth Place Julian Young
U15 Boys B Table Tennis Various Consortium Tournament Second Place Zac Dazley
U13 Boys A Table Tennis Various Consortium Tournament Third Place Reggie Hodan

Week Ending 18th November

Team of the week this week are the U16 Girls Basketball team following a hard fought win over Aldworth.

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U12 Boys B Football Mountbatten Friendly Lost 6-1 Joe Jenkinson
U12 Boys B Football Perins Friendly Won 5-0 Hal Carson
U12 Boys B Football Thornden Friendly Lost 4-1 Alex Whittaker
U16 Girls’ Basketball Aldworth Hampshire Cup Won 36-20 Astrid Williams
U12 Boys Rugby John Hanson Friendly Won 40 – 25 Henry Carter
U12 Boys A Football Perins Friendly Won 4-2 Josh Raisbeck

 

Week Ending 11th November

Team of the week is the U15 girls hockey team following their 4-1 demolition of Bryanston in Dorset, thanks to an outstanding team effort. Special mention also for the U15 Boys rugby team, whose success in Richmond Surrey on Friday takes them onto round 4 in the RFU National Vase competition.

Team Opponents Fixture Type Result Player of the Game
U16 boys Basketball Noadswood League Div A Lost 36-31 Pietro Farconi
U12B Netball Romsey Tournament Won 6-2 Martha Sharrock
U12B Netball Mountbatten Red Tournament Won 7-0 Emma Reid
U12B Netball Perins Tournament Lost 2-1 Emma Shedden
U12B Netball Thornden Tournament Won 7-6 Emily Wilson
U12B Netball Romsey Tournament Won 6-5 Emma Reid
U12B Netball Mountbatten Blue Tournament Won 17-1 Harriet Armstrong
U12B Netball Various Tournament 2nd Place POT Emily Wilson
U15 Girls Hockey Bryanston Friendly Won 4-1 Bea Heptworth
U16 Girls Basketball St George’s League Won 58-12 Flora Williams
U13 Girls Basketball St Edmunds Friendly Won 75-6 Mae Fry
U14 Boys Rugby Romsey League Won Jacob Hoffman
U13 Boys Rugby Bohunt Friendly Won Finlay Strangeway
U13 Boys Rugby Westgate League Lost 20-35 Jake Jupe
U13 Boys Rugby Mountbatten League Lost 15-25 Will Taylor
U15 Boys Rugby Orleans Park National Vase Round 3 Won 29-14 Freddie Inwood

New Items of Kings’ Uniform September 2018

Dear Parent/Guardian

We are excited to be able to announce that we have additional uniform items available on our Uniform Shop website.  Please read the following regarding these items:

  • Games Jersey’s – Our existing supplier has now stopped manufacturing the games jerseys that we have had had in stock for many years. This has meant that we have had to source an alternative and the new ones can now be found on our website and in our shop.  We hope you agree that the bespoke and lightweight material makes it a great design.  Initially, these will be sold to all of our new year 7 starters in September 2018. We expect that this will then gradually follow across the rest of the school, as the olds one naturally need replacing for the next size up.

 

  • Netball Skort’s – Kings’ School has now introduced skorts to replace the old style games skirt. This follows suggestion from the pupils and the school is sure that this will be a really smart alternative.  Initially, these will be sold to the new year 7 starters for September 2018 as a compulsory item.  However, they will also be available to buy for all of the other girls when they are wanting to replace their netball skirts.  There is, however, no pressure to do this immediately.

 

  • Trousers – Kings’ are pleased to announce that we are now giving girls’ the option to wear trousers as an alternative to the grey skirt. Girls’ can choose to pick either or both the skirt and trousers.  Only one style of trousers will be considered acceptable uniform and so buying skirts or trousers from the Uniform Shop will be compulsory.

 

To make sure we achieve a uniform standard we will also be making it compulsory to buy boys’ trousers from our uniform shop too.  For new starters in September this will be with immediate effect.  We expect that all other year groups will follow the move to uniform trousers within the school year.

We are unable to hold stock covering the very wide variation of waist sizes and lengths in the uniform shop.  In order to purchase trousers you should place an order with the uniform shop either online or at the shop.  We will then order from the suppliers on the 25th of each month (except December when the order will be placed on Monday 17th).  This may mean that if you place an order just after the deadline then you may need to wait for up to a month before the next order is submitted.    We will do our best to ensure they are available as soon as possible.  These will then need to be collected from the shop during it’s normal opening hours (notes will be sent out to pupil’s classes reminding them, when they are ready).  In the event of an urgent need for trousers then please contact the Uniform Shop since small, priority orders attract extra delivery charges.

Online Uniform Shop

If you have any further questions, then please phone Kings’ on 01962 861 161 and ask for Miss Merrett, I will be more than happy to assist.

 

 

Kind regards

 

Kim Merrett

Kings’ Uniform Shop Administrator

New Building Update

Our contractor BRYMOR has been working hard through freezing cold, record high temperatures, rain, wind, sun and snow.  Our new 4 Classroom Business and Computing block remains on schedule for completion in November 2018.  You can see progress here…