Sport is important to us, and with first class coaching, it is possible for anyone to excel at an impressive array of team and individual games.

However, sport here is about much more than just the School teams and winning. Playing enables all children to develop different relationships with adults and make new friends. When a team pulls together the sense of camaraderie is uplifting and we recognise that personal confidence and leadership skills are generated by physical activity and fitness.

The main School sports are rugby, hockey, netball, cricket, swimming, tennis and athletics. With our extensive playing fields, floodlit all-weather pitch, excellent indoor swimming pool and sports hall the opportunity for fun and sporting achievement is limitless.

U19 and U14 County Netball Champions

Mrs Lea proudly writes, "We had a totally fantastic afternoon at the U19 County Netball Tournament. The girls were outstanding all afternoon, dominated all areas of the court and no matter what position or where they were put on the court they all worked together as a team."

"In games against Thomas Alleynes, St Joseph's College, NULC, Biddulph and Abbots Bromley we did not lose a single game or give away a single point, the girls were crowned County Champions and were awarded a very large trophy! This means the girls now qualify for the West Midlands Regional Tournament as representatives of Staffordshire County in January."

The winning team included: Elaine Prinsloo, Olivia Ridgway, Olivia Moore (Captain), Hollie Franks, Rachel Anderson, Sian Davies, Frankie Panayi, Mollie Jackson, Izzy Tilsley and Millie Wain.

A few days later, the U14 girls were also crowned County Champions and will represent Staffordshire at the West Midlands tournament for their age group.

Huge congratulations to Izzy Miller (captain), Raphi Sheldon, Maddie Brookes, Annie Salisbury, Anisha Saravanappa, Charlie Coburn, Niamh Taylor with particular mention to Maeve Coates and Becky Brittle from Year 8 who stepped up and played extremely well in an age group above their own.

Cricket match vs MCC

Our annual match against the MCC is taking place on Stubbs Field.
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Lower School Sports Day

Lower School athletic sports was once again a tightly contested event between the four houses, but in the end Barratt House proved to be worthy winners.

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Sports Day 2017

We had a wonderful day of athletics yesterday. Three school records were broken, there was lots of enthusiasm, and the sun shone.

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Boys v Girls Leavers' Netball

Experience trumped height as the girls won this annual sporting highlight 10-8. Well done to everyone who played and supported!

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England Rugby Trophies

After their own successful years on the pitch the School's rugby teams were honoured to have an exclusive viewing of the Six Nations and Triple Crown trophies that England won this year. The U16, U15, U14 and U13s are pictured. What an inspiration for the coming year!

U15 Rugby County Cup

Congratulations to our U15 team who were victorious in the County Cup Final against Alleynes, Stone, winning 43-10. This was one of the amazing series of four County cup victories this week!

Photos by Arran Thomas.

Netball County Championship

Congratulations to the U14 and U19 Netball Teams, under the captaincy of Emma Duncalf and Alice Sketcher, for winning the County Championship.

Biathlon Success

5th & 6th April, Pentathlon GB National Schools Biathlon Championships at the Olympic Aquatics Centre, London.

Nine Senior School students competed.

India Mellor U16 category 3rd overall and 2nd in the Run.

Ben Meir U17 category 4th overall and 2nd in the Run.

U13 Boys A team (Tom Hossack, Jensen Bose, Oskar Wood) was 4th

Six Junior School students competed.

U10 Boys team (Jon Lane, Duncan Macdonald, Josh Knee) was 5th.

Hockey Success

The Under 12s boys' and girls' Hockey Teams enjoyed great success at the Staffordshire County Hockey Tournaments. The girls were unbeaten with some great performances including wins over Stafford and Wolverhampton Grammar schools. The boys managed to beat Denstone College and Queen Mary’s Grammar School to end the day as Staffordshire champions.

Both teams qualified as county representatives for the Midlands finals. The girls finished in fifth place overall and the boys ended in seventh place after some very competitive matches.

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