28 Mar 2023

Highlights from Sport

It's been a very busy and successful month of sport at Chiswick School.

Firstly well done to the u14 and u15 girls football teams who made it through to the Middlesex cup semi finals for the first time in the school's history. Even after a great second half effort the u14s narrowly lost to Haydon School and unfortunately history repeated itself in the u15 game where Chiswick School sadly lost a hard fought game against Vyners School in their semi final. Girls football has continued to grow throughout the year, becoming one of the best attended extra curricular clubs across the school. The effort and dedication shown by all the girls has been amazing to see and has paid off with several of the teams making it through to the semi finals of the borough competitions.

Each Friday this month has seen basketball interform competitions take place after school. It's great to see such large numbers of students taking part and competing for their form groups.

Even with the weather against us this month there have been several boys football fixtures involving the 7s, 8s and 9s. The results have not always gone Chiswick's way but their determination and never-give-up attitude has been inspiring.

It's been a fixture filled month for the netball teams with teams in year 7 to year 13 taking part in games and competitions. There have been several wins which is pleasing to see after knowing the hard work the girls put into training each week.

The Badminton club has continued to grow in numbers to the point where additional break time clubs each day of the week have been introduced. This clearly worked wonders for the Key stage 3 badminton team who made it through to the semi finals of the borough cup, narrowly losing to the eventual winners.

There have been new additions to the enrichment program this term which have been very popular. These include fencing which takes palace every Wednesday and Kung Fu which takes place each Thursday. The students have enjoyed having the opportunity to try something new and the respective coaches have all commented on their quick learning and progress.

Lastly Chiswick School will be entering a year 8 rowing team into their first regatta on the 29th April. Good luck to all the students involved. They have all worked extremely hard throughout the year on the water each week.

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