Sporting highlights


Some fantastic performances at the IAPS athletics event. The following students have qualified for the national prep school championships in Nuneaton next week.


U13s: Piper Houston – 14.26s

U14s: Maddie Evans – 13.66s

U14s: Rosie Hornshaw – 13.85s


U13s: Eloise Volant – 30.29s


U14s: Marjolaine Mauduit – 49.97s


U13s: Sophie Fleming – 2m 42s


U14s: Charlotte Bloodworth – 5m 31s

U14s: Ben Catchpole – 4m 57s


U14s: Charlotte Bloodworth – 13.61s


U14s:  Luna Bolton, Anjola Adekoya, Charlotte Bloodworth, Rosie Hornshaw – 56.41s

U14s: David Abobade, Noah Houston, Pendar Ahmadvazir, Will Bradshaw – 54.99s

Shot put

U13s: Brianna Kuranga – 7.14m

U14s: Tiffany Oyewole – 8.37m

U14s: Maddie Evans – 7.70m

U14s: David Abobade – 10.87m

Triple Jump

U14s: Sam Chaplin – 9.12m


U13s: Ffion Thomas – 18.13m

U14s: David Abobade – 31.43m

U14s: Marjolaine Mauduit – 23.25m


U14s: Anjola Adekoya – 23.51m

Sabrina Sinha (OS 2017) won a bronze medal at the Athletics UK championships in the 1500m. After battling her health over the last few years, this is very special and bodes well for the future.


It’s been a fantastic week for cricket!

Our U15 boys’ team won the Kent Cup final and qualified for the quarter final of the regionals. A brilliant performance, showing lots of self-belief. On Tuesday, they defeated Westminster in the quarters and now progress to finals day on Thursday.

Our 1st XI are through to the Kent Cup final after a nine wicket victory in the semi-final. Ben and Archie batted with excellent composure to chase down the runs.

Our U13 girls’ team won the Reigate Sixes with brilliant, batting and fielding, adapting quickly to a format they had not previously played.

Our U13 boys’ won two from three to finish in the plate round, also at the Reigate Sixes.


Adam Ward, one of our coaches, was Head coach of England Over 45s, who won the Home Nations tournament, beating Wales, Ireland and Scotland across the weekend.


Fenella Hodges, Katie Willis, Tessa Owen and Phoebe Critchlow in Lower Sixth are swimming the Channel in July in support of Care 4 Calais. Fundraiser


Our 13A beat U13B in the county cup final and our U15A beat our U15B in their county cup final.

At the St George's Pairs, our U18 side finished as runner's up.

In the mixed doubles tournament over the weekend versus Wellington, Epsom, Cranleigh and Haileybury, Sevenoaks won the U18 competition by one game, finished third in the U14 competition and finished seco in the U15 completion.

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