Monday, 27 March 2017

Saracens Cheerleading

Well done to the Saracens dance group, who have been busy preparing to perform on the pitch at Wembley as backing dancers for Louisa Johnson on Saturday 8th April. This video was filmed after only forty minutes of rehearsal...Miss Kropman can't wait for their final performance!



Inter School Cup Football

Well done to the Year 6 boys football team, who battled courageously and gave 100% in the most closely contested of games away v Garden Fields today. With the score level at full-time, we headed into extra-time, where we unfortunately conceded a goal to make the final score a 2-1 loss. The boys could not have worked harder and Miss Kropman, Mrs Beattie and all of the parents are incredibly proud of the whole team.

National Cross Country Championships

Congratulations to our two county cross country runners, who competed in the National Championships at Prestwold Hall, Leicestershire at the weekend. No one from the school has ever competed at this level before, and they did amazingly well. We are all very proud of them!




Thursday, 23 March 2017

Hockey Success Makes the Press!

 This article is in today's Herts Advertiser.




Girls Inter School Football

Our Year 6 girls football team had a tough job when they played a very strong Wheatfields side in the league this afternoon. Excellent goalkeeping, and a more determined performance in the second half, were not quite enough and the final score was 3-0 to Wheatfields. Well done to all the girls!


Pop Lacrosse Workshops

All three Year 6 classes had great fun learning how to play Pop Lacrosse this afternoon.




Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Cunningham win silver in High 5 County Finals!


Cunningham Hill High 5 squad entered the tournament as St Albans and Harpenden champions. The standard of play throughout the tournament was very high, but the girls rose to the occasion, playing five matches in their pool and then progressing to the semi finals and then the final. The final, against St Edmunds Prep School, was tense and exciting, with play and scoring yo-yoing from one end to the other. When the final whistle went St Edmunds claimed victory by a margin of just one goal. Congratulations to all the girls, not just for a magnificent tournament, but a fantastic season. Well done!