Thursday, 29 June 2017

County Athletics

Well done to Oliver Yarnold and Cameron Wait for being selected to compete in the County Athletics Championships at Nunnery Wood on Tuesday 27th June.

Oli competed in the long jump and finished in 3rd place with a jump of 4.67m.

Cameron managed to clear 1.37m in the high jump and finished in joint 3rd place.


Allan Watkins (javelin), George Read (1500m) and Jacob Rowe (100m) were also selected to compete but were unable to make it due to the German trip and a family holiday.





Monday, 26 June 2017

Climbing opportunity for girls.


Tenbury vs York 2016

Well done to the pupils who played against Manor School, York on the weekend.

The boy’s football game was an entertaining fixture. Tenbury took a 3-1 lead with goals from Adam Staples (x2) and Ben Everall . Manor eventually levelled with 8 minutes to go and looked like they’d go on to score the winning goal. However, Tenbury won a corner with minutes on the clock and a clever back heel flick from Ellis Wear who managed to direct the ball into the net. Tenbury won 4-3.

The girls had two matches, both of mixed teams. The one team won 17 and a half to 8, and the other team narrowly missed out by 2 rounders. The girls played amazingly and a special mention to Lola Wear who stepped in last minute and scored 3 rounders.








National Schools' Equestrian Association Show Jumping



Well done to Poppy Spriggs, Matilda Wall and Izzy Griffiths.

Last Saturday (17th June) , Poppy Spriggs made her debut outing for THOA at the NSEA show jumping at Kings, Bromyard.

Poppy had a great day, coming 6th in the 60cm class and qualifying for the winter grass roots championships.

Poppy rode beautifully in the 70cm but had an unlucky fence down, meaning she ended on 4 faults.
On Sunday (18th June), Matilda Wall rode lovely clear rounds in the 75cm class and  she came 5th, qualifying for the Championship plate at Keysoe.

Matilda also went on to come 2nd in the 85cm class and qualified for the Addington championship.

Izzy Griffiths rode a beautiful clear round in the 95cm and just missed the ribbons coming 7th. Unfortunately, a few poles rolled in the 1m 5 class.

They all had a great but busy weekend. Thank you to Claire Wall for her organisation and support for the team.

Pictures of Poppy Spriggs








Tuesday, 20 June 2017

2017 Presentation evening awards

Well done to all pupils who received awards on Thursday night (15th June)  for hardwork, effort and excellent contributions to their subject.

Our department would like to say a massive well done to the following pupils for receiving awards for PE this year.

 Hebe Garbutt was awarded the Joyce Rolfe Sports' Personality of the Year Award.

Adam Lewis received the award for Outstanding Achievement in Boys' PE



  Aleksandra Kramarz received the award for Outstanding Effort in Girls' PE


  Jodie Hanford received the award for Outstanding Achievement in Girls' PE


Allan Watkins won the Richard Smith Rugby Trophy for Most Improved Player of the Year  

Lewis Palmer for Outstanding Effort in Boys' PE


Monday, 8 May 2017

D of E Cycling expedition


Well done to the 7 year 11s who completed their bronze cycling expedition on Thursday and Friday (27th and 28th April).





Friday, 28 April 2017

Worcester Wolves Basketball Trials

For any more information please speak to a member of the PE Staff.




Wednesday, 29 March 2017

National Cross Country results.


Well done to Hannah Lancaster who recently competed for Hereford and Worcestershire cross country team, in the National Schools' Cross Country Championships. The race took place on Saturday 18th March 2017

She had a great time and finished 4th out of the Hereford and Worcester team. She also ran the 3750m race in 14.36 minutes which she was really pleased with.


The weekend before this, Hannah also raced in the UK national cross country championships for Shropshire and finished 1st out of the Shropshire team despite losing her shoe half way round!

A massive well done for her success this year!!!

Picture on the left is of Hannah after the race for Shropshire, with her shoe that she lost half way around.
Picture on the right is before the race in Nottingham.

Thursday, 23 February 2017


Football Fixtures / Results

Tue 31st Jan         Yr 7 vs EMC (A) - Won 2-0
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Wed 15th Feb       Yr 7 vs Lucton (h) - Lost 3-1
                              Yr 9 vs Lucton (A) - Won 13-2

Mon 27th Feb         Yr 7 vs Wigmore (H) - Called off
Tues 28th Feb        Yr 11 vs Wigmore (A) - Lost 4-2
Wed 1st Mar          Yr 10 vs Weobley (A) - Called off
Thur 2nd Mar         Yr 8 vs Weobley (H) - Called off
                             Yr 11 vs Weobley (A) - Called off

Mon 6th Mar           Yr 11 vs LHS (H) - Lost 8-1
                              Yr 7 vs LHS (A) - Lost 8-1
Tues 7th Mar          Yr 10 vs St Marys (H) Lost 3-0
Wed 8th Mar           Yr 9 vs LHS (H) Won 7-0
                             
Mon 13th Mar        Yr 10 vs Weobley (H) Won 7-1
Tues 14th Mar        Yr 9 vs Weobley (A) Lost 2-0
                              Yr 7 vs Weobley (A) Draw 1-1
Thurs 16th Mar      Yr 8 vs St Marys (H) Lost
                             Yr 9 vs Wigmore (A) Won 3-2

Mon 20th Mar         Yr 10 vs Whitecross (H) Lost 4-2
Tue 21st Mar          Yr 9 vs Whitecross (A) Called off
                              Yr 7 vs Wigmore (H) Lost 4-1
Wed 22nd Mar        Yr 9 vs EMC (H) post poned
                              Yr 11 vs EMC (A) Called off

Wed 29th Mar        Yr 11 vs Lucton (H)

Mon 3rd Apr          Yr 11 vs QE (H)

Wed 4th Apr         Yr 8 vs John Masefield (H)

Please note: Fixtures may be cancelled or rearranged. Additional fixtures are due to be added.

Recent results

Wednesday 15th February

Football results

Year 7s lost 3-1 to Lucton
Goal from Jay Griffiths

Year 9s beat Lucton 13-2

Well done to all the players.

Monday, 6 February 2017

Last week's results

Well done to the year 11 basketball team who beat Weobley’s year 10/11 team last week (Wednesday 1st Feb)  51-41.

Team:
Max Arwand, Oliver Wallace, James Franklin, Tom Newall, Matthew Jordan, Tyler Evans, Ethan Fish, Jack Jabcynzski, Jordan Morris and Alexi Panagiotakis.


MVP - James Franklin


Also, The year 7 boys' football team won their first game against EMC last week(Tuesday 31st Jan) The result was 2-0.

Thanks to the captain, Adam Lewis, who wrote this match report:

'The game started quite evenly, with THOA and EMC both launching good attacks. THOA lined up defensively, with four at the back whereas EMC went with the usual 3. The turning point of the match came when Mckenzie Bytheway of THOA made a good run down the left wing and got tripped in the penalty box. The penalty was converted well by Jay Griffiths and put THOA 1-0 up.
A few minutes later THOA got a throw-in on the left flank and from it, Adam Lewis lobbed the keeper with a flick on header. For the rest of the first half EMC looked dangerous, close to scoring more than once.

The second half was dominated by THOA, who should've scored at least twice. In the end the game finished as a solid 2-0 for THOA, who will look forward to their next match against Lucton.'


Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Indoor athletics

Well done to all the Primary schools that attended our indoor athletics competition on Wednesday 25th January. The competition included 6 primary schools and over 150 pupils, which was eventually won by the Lindridge boys’ team.

Following the primary tournament, we also held the Secondary Indoor Athletics Championships which included year 7 & 8, male and female teams from The Chase, Chantry and THOA.

The  results
Year 7 girls
1st Chantry & The Chase
2nd Tenbury
 
Year 7 Boys
1st Tenbury
2nd The Chase
3rd Chantry
 
Year 8 Girls
1st Tenbury
2nd The Chase
3rd Chantry
 
Year 8 Boys
1st The Chase
2nd Tenbury
3rd Chantry



Congratulations to the year 7 boy’s and year 8 girl’s teams who will now compete in the Worcestershire Games at The University of Worcester.

 
Also, a massive well done to all the sports leaders who volunteered to help run the event.

 
 

Monday, 30 January 2017

KS3 House Football

House football for the year 7s will start this week (Wednesday 1st Feb) and run for 4 weeks.
The year 8's competition will then continue on Wednesday 8th March.

Fixtures are below.

Thank you to the year 11 Btec pupils who have offered to lead the event in preparation for their final leadership unit and volunteering for their Duke of Edinburgh award.

DATE / TIME OF PLAY

1:05 p.m.
1:20 p.m.
Staff
Wednesday 1st Feb
 Red Marauders v Jade Warriors
Aztec Gold v Blue Barbarians
    RM & Yr 11
Wednesday 8th Feb
Red Marauders v Aztec Gold
Jade Warriors v Blue Barbarians
RM & Yr 11
Wednesday 15th Feb
 Gold v Jade Warriors
Red Marauders v  Blue Barbarians Aztec
RM & Yr 11
Wednesday 1st March
3RD V 4TH PLACE
FINAL
RM & Yr 11

 Pupils will receive information in their PE lesson.

Friday, 27 January 2017

Fixtures next week

Tuesday 31st January
Year 7 football vs EMC (a)

Wednesday 1st February
Yr10/11 basketball vs Weobley (h)

Friday, 20 January 2017

Recent success!

Basketball

Well done to both KS4 basketball teams who won their first games.

Year 10s beat EMC 34-8.

Team: Theo Houchin, Matty O’Hagan, Zac Francis, Luke Bufton, Ben Hackney, Finley Houchin, Dan Coupland, Luke Robson

Year 11s beat Hereford Academy 32-23.

Team: Tom Newall, Ethan Fish, James Franklin, Oliver Wallace, Matthew Jordan, Max Arwand, Alexi Panagiotakis.

District Cross Country Championships.

Well done to Leah Jackson and Hannah Lancaster who competed at The Leominster District Cross-Country Championships on Wednesday 11th January 2017 at Lady Hawkins’ School.


They came 6th and 1st respectively and will now compete at the County Championships on Saturday 21st January in Bromsgrove.

Good luck girls!!



 

Monday, 2 January 2017

Year 7 mannequin challenge

The year 7s wanted to take part in the latest online craze that is the mannequin challenge. 

Here is what they came up with. Click here

Monday, 28 November 2016

Want to play hockey outside of school?


Worcestershire West Leadership training

Well done to the following year 9 pupils for completing the Worcestershire West Leadership training at Dyson Perrins on Friday 18th November 2016.

Olivia Powell
Beth Smith
Rhys McIntosh
Aleksandra Kramarz
James Dovey
Adam Staples
Leah Jackson
Bethan Davies
Louisa McCrann

Jack Maund

The pupils took part in a number of activities throughout the day and had to lead different activities for other pupils. They all did a fantastic job.
Well Done.

Fixtures

Upcoming fixtures

Tuesday 29th Nov
Yr 9&10 mixed Hockey vs Chantry @ THOA

Thursday 1st Dec
Year 9 basketball tournament @ THOA against Kingstone, QE, EMC and Hereford Academy.


Tuesday 6th Dec
Yr 7 & 8 Hockey vs Chantry @ THOA

Wednesday 7th Dec
Yr 7 Boys’ Indoor athletics @ Whitecross, Hereford

Year 10 & 11 Basketball vs Hereford Academy @ THOA

Thursday 8th Dec
Yr 10 Basketball vs QE @ THOA

Basketball results


Well done to the following basketball teams for an excellent start to the basketball season:

Year 8 who finished 2nd and 3rd in the 5 team tournament held at THOA on 15th Nov. Teams included QE, EMC and Hereford Academy.

Year 9 who beat QE 22-18 at QE on 23rd Nov.

Monday, 10 October 2016

Successful DofE cycling practice.

Well done to the group of year 10s who completed their Duke of Edinburgh (bronze) cycling expedition practice over the weekend (Sat 8th – Sun 9th Oct 2016)

The group spent the weekend cycling along the canal tow paths in and around Wolverley, Kidderminster, Stourport and Stourbridge.








Pictured below is the group dealing with a first aid scenario. Well done to Sam for his excellent acting skills.



On Sunday they even had a tour of Mr Cartwright’s (Miss Cartwright’s dad) canal boat. 




Wednesday, 5 October 2016

UKSA Sailing trip update 3rd October - 7th October 2016

Wednesday

To view all the pictures from the week - click here

Today the group had a go at windsurfing. We started with some warm up games and getting used to holding the sail in the wind. Some board games (not snakes and ladders) were then used to develop the pupils' confidence on the water.





 
After lunch we then hit the water and started to windsurf. The conditions were very windy which made it very difficult to hold the sail. However, everyone did extremely well and by the end of the day everyone managed to stand up and move. Well done!