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Thursday, June 14, 2018

Havering picked up medals at the London Youth Games para swimming event at Beckenham.

Bower Park Academy’s under-15 handball teams are looking for sponsorship for next month’s National finals.

Coopers Coborn pupils had more to celebrate at the British Schools’ Gymnastics Floor & Vault finals in Stoke-on-Trent.

Nominate for Havering Talented 30

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Nominations are being sought for this year’s Havering Talented 30 scheme as the deadline draws nearer this month.

Marshalls Park Academy saw their year seven boys book a place in the Havering Cup final following a tense penalty shoot-out with St Edwards this week.

Bower Park Academy pupils went into their Easter break on a high after enjoying more sporting success.

Shenfield High’s under-15 girls won the Essex Indoor title with a convincing win over defending champions Felsted.

Shenfield High School’s under-12 girls booked a place in the quarter-finals of the National Cup with victory over Royal Russell.

Marshalls Park Academy had more to cheer after picking up gold and silver medals for Havering at the London Youth Games girls’ rugby event.

Coopers Coborn pupils were jumping for joy once again after four of their teams were crowned East Regiona floor and vault champions at Chelmford.

Coopers Coborn pupils ended the season on a high at the ‘Teddies Relays’ at St Edward’s, Oxford.

Do you know an inspiring sports teacher with a passion for ensuring young girls have equal access and opportunities to play sport? TeamUp, an initiative designed to engage schools and help teachers deliver team sports to girls, is launching a campaign to search for London’s Sports Teacher of the Year and nominations are now open.

School Sport: Coopers boys equal best

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Coopers Coborn’s junior boys equalled the school’s best-ever result at the South East Schools’ Cross-Country Championships as they finished second at Harrow.

Marshalls Park Academy’s boys served up a bronze medal for Havering at the London Youth Games volleyball finals.

Romford-based rock climber Theo Ward is making his way onto to the world stage as he heads off to first-ever international event – the Climbing Works Festival in Sheffield this weekend, writes Jacob Ranson.

Head of PE Chris Baker praises two squads after they defeat Chadwell Heath Academy and Mayfield School respectively to secure finals place on March 27

Frances Bardsley Academy pupil Maddie Biggs spent her half-term break on England duty in Switzerland.

Havering Sports Council’s sports award winners for 2017 were revealed at their annual presentation night, sponsored by McDonald’s Restaurants of Romford, on Monday.

Youngsters progressed from regional qualifiers to reach next stage

Romford-based school saw their pupils excel in various recent events

Shenfield High School’s under-12 boys booked their place in the quarter-finals of the National Cup with a 5-1 win over St Thomas The Apostle College.

Frances Bardsley Academy has been celebrating after becoming one of the first schools in England to win a new national award for making a commitment to develop students to be the best they can be in competitive school sport.

Shenfield High School’s under-12 girls won the Mid-Essex five-a-side Championships on home soil before the end of term.

Havering Sports Council have issued a last call for the borough’s annual sports awards nominations to be submitted.

Dina Asher-Smith, Britain’s fastest woman, had a clear message for pupils at Coopers Coborn during their annual sports awards evening.

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