World Number One goalkeeper Maddie Hinch visited Bishop's Stortford College recently, giving an inspiring speech to Prep School pupils about her career in hockey and coaching the College's goalkeepers.
Pupils and staff from Beaudesert Park School in the Cotswolds enjoyed a proud day when they were invited to Twickenham Stadium to form the Guard of Honour, on the pitch, for the England v Barbarians match, in recognition of their approach to rugby.
Sedbergh School Cricket Captain Harry Brook has signed a full-time junior professional contract with Yorkshire County Cricket Club and looks set to break the school record for number of runs in a season.
Three members of the King’s Ely Equestrian Team, Ryan Shaw, Ellie Grimsey and George Hearn - all pupils at King’s Ely Junior - competed in the NSEA Eventer’s Challenge National Final and Show Jumping Qualifier.
Dauntsey’s has enjoyed another stunning athletics season, with eleven pupils being selected to compete for Wiltshire in the forthcoming South West Championships, six of whom were Wiltshire County Champions at the recent County finals competition.
When former Terrington Hall Head Boy Cameron Kelemeti arrived in England aged 11 to take up a sports scholarship, he never imagined he would play rugby for England or be adopted by the English family who befriended him.
The J15 1st VIII crew won the school's first ever gold medal for an VIII, with the J15 2nd VIII winning the school's first bronze medal for a second VIII. Meanwhile the J16 4+ won a thrilling gold after a titanic tussle with Kingston Rowing Club.
Prior Park Prep Fencers Ed and Charlie have won the Leon Paul Junior Series in Wales last weekend, following their win at the Independent Association of Prep Schools National Fencing Championships earlier this month.
Having qualified for the Langdale County Cup final by defeating Eastbourne College on Tuesday 23 May, Bede’s 1st XI put on another superb team display at the Sussex County Cricket Club in Hove on Thursday 26 May.
A team of open water swimmers from Taunton School have been chosen to take part in the inaugural Henley Classic Schools’ Open Water Swimming Cup, which takes place on the course of the legendary Henley Royal Regatta.
Charlotte Edwards, former England Ladies Captain and Bishop’s Stortford player, recently spent an afternoon at Bishop's Stortford College, leading fun and informative coaching sessions with Senior School and Prep School cricketers.