Sporting highlights


We took a team to the Southern Schools Climbing Competition during the week with some excellent performances throughout.

  • Ruben Tandy, U16 Bouldering - 1st
  • Ruby Thomas, U16 Bouldering - 2nd


Great performance at the Kent Championships yesterday:

Piero Steiner

  • U18 Épée – gold
  • U18 Foil – bronze
  • U18 Sabre - bronze
  • Master at Arms trophy for best overall performance

Woser Prossor

  • U18 Foil – gold

Amelie Geens

  • U18 Sabre – gold

Isabel Chan

  • U18 Sabre – bronze

Special mention to Marjolaine Mauduit (Y8) who came first in the U16 girls foil but unfortunately could not be awarded the trophy as she was too young!

Overall it was a great event and all our fencers displayed great sportsmanship and camaraderie.


Our U13 side have won the quarter finals of the Kent Cup Small Schools Competition (those with under 50 boys in a year group). They beat Bennett Memorial on penalties, showing great resilience under pressure.


There was a lot of hard work and determination from our U18 indoor hockey side to finish runners up in the Kent tournament. Due to illness, they only had six players but still managed some incredible hockey.

The U14 girls finished fourth at the Tier 1 area tournament (regionals). It was great experience for the team, losing out in the tiniest moments but a good learning curve for the future.


Our U18 and U15 netball sides fought bravely in the third round of the Nationals Schools Cup competition but up second best on this occasion.


Every boy in the Lower School played in a football match versus Lingfield with Teams A-F.


We hosted a very successful futsal tournament on Friday for eight enthusiastic teams from seven local primary schools. Congrats to Crockham Hill who were the winning team.


The U15 side put up a brave fight against Tonbridge in the semi final of the Kent Cup, narrowly losing a brilliantly competitive match 29-17. Superb character shown by the side to reach this stage of the competition.


Congratulations to Head of Sailing Andy Cornah for retaining his UK Team Racing National Championship title this past weekend - sailing alongside two OS - Ben Field and Dom Johnson.

Nick Davies (OS 2019) has had a superb time recently sailing for Yale. He sailed well in a very competitive fleet this weekend, finishing 12th at the 2021 College Sailing Singlehanded Nationals. Nick was also part of the Yale sailing team who won the first Match Racing National Championship in the school’s history.


We took seven teams to the ESSA National School Swimming relay finals. The teams did brilliantly to reach four finals out of seven competitions.

  • Inter girls, FC - 4th
  • Inter girls, Medley - 6th
  • Inter boys, FC - 7th
  • Inter boys, Medley - 6th
  • Junior girls, FC - 14th
  • Senior boys, FC - 14th
  • Senior boys, Medley - 16th
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