ISA National Cross-Country Championships:

On Saturday 30 March four pupils travelled to Rugby to represent the London North region in the ISA National Cross-country championships. The country is split into 7 regions, with up to 10 runners from each region per race.

Tatenda (Y5) was first up and ran a great time of 7:53 (2km), coming home in 38th against a strong field. Next was Alice (Y8), who came first out of the London North runners, finishing strongly to complete her 2.75km in 11:05 for 20th place. Nathan (Y8) led the field at the start and ran strongly throughout to finish just outside the medals in 4th place, a great result. Like Alice, he was first for London North, running 9:26 for his 2.75km. Ben (Y10) had to run the furthest, a gruelling 3.8km in the warm conditions. He too finished strongly, coming 26th in a time of 13:51. Well done to all our runners, who were a credit to the school and the region.

Recent results:


24-6 - Years 7/8 vs NBH (Canonbury)

8-16 - Year 7 vs NBH (Hampstead)

15-8 - Year 8 vs NBH (Hampstead)

18-32 - Years 9/10 vs NBH (Hampstead)

Netball tournaments

Years 7/8 - 3rd place (2 wins, 2 defeats)

Years 9/10 - 4th place


Lost 4-23 to Sherrardswood

Table Tennis

Won 45-26 vs Sherrardswood



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