The Y8’s entertained Chase Terrace for a 3rd time this season at Rugeley Leisure Centre in a “B” team friendly.
We played the match on the astroturf at the Leisure Centre and played 10 a side due to it not being a full size pitch. This meant that the game was tight from the off with Evan Downes having to make a few stops early on and Abel Hibbs unlucky not to connect with a brilliant Tom Southern cross. George O’Brien was excellent in the middle of the park – putting himself about, breaking up play and making crucial interventions.
The breakthrough came when an “Iniestaesque” pass from captain Cameron Cope found Ryan Maclean Smith who poached it home “Harry Kane” like to make it 1-0.
Will Darby came on at left-back and is another excellent footballer that I have found that the Hart School possesses. Joeb, Olly and Callum also all made excellent contributions at the back throughout the game. Alfie Wass was having a great game and his performance can only be comparable to like watching Toni Kroos and Ryan Stewart-Maclean was having an excellent game alone up top.
Half time: Hart School (1) Chase Terrace (0)
The second goal came in the second half from a great pass from Tom Southern who’d been moved into centre midfield in the 2nd half to Alfie Wass to put the ball in the far corner beyond the keeper to make it 2-0 and claim his first goal for the Hart School. We could have scored a few more with Jack Clews coming close and a brilliant run from Noah Hyde to keep the ball in play and cross it beautifully only for no one able to connect with it.
Final Score: Hart School (2) Chase Terrace (0).
My man of the match was Tom Southern – brilliant all round performance and the team though disagreed with me and chose Olly Minshall. TEAM: Evan Downes, Callum Price, Noah Hyde, George O’Brien, Will Darby, Jack Clews, Joeb Wilmer, Olly Minshall, Alfie Wass, Abel Hibbs, Tom Southern, Cameron Cope, Ryan Stewart-Maclean. ... See MoreSee Less
At our Sports Presentation Evening on Tuesday, we had many shining stars, one of them is Hannah Richardson, pictured here with Olympian Kerri Maddox who presented our awards.
Hannah achieved · Most improved player in netball · Most improved player in Tennis · Player of the year in Table tennis · She represented the Hart school in table tennis and came runner up in the Cannock & district league
Today we took our year 9 dancers to Chancel Primary School to lead Dance workshops for their Level 1 Bronze Arts Award. They were fantastic role models, a real credit to the school! Well done girls! ... See MoreSee Less
Today we took our year 9 dancers to Chancel to lead Dance workshops for their Level 1 Bronze Arts Award. They were fantastic, great role models for the Primary children and a real credit to the school! Well done girls! ... See MoreSee Less
Sports Presentation Evening Tuesday 6.30pm Upper School
The Hart School will be hosting a Sports Presentation Evening with an Olympian guest speaker who competed in the Sydney Olympics. The event will run from 18:30 to 20:00. Everyone Welcome ... See MoreSee Less
I believe Stella Madden Y7 came 2nd in 100m not 4th as quoted. Don't know if this makes a difference to anything?
Good luck again on Thursday The Hart School
Year 8 Spanish Trip to Murcia, Spain - 24-27 March 2018
We are delighted to announce that we have provisionally booked a residential visit to The Arbolar Centre in Murcia, on the South-East coast of Spain. This is a purpose-built residential centre, designed to combine immersive language learning with the cultural and sight-seeing opportunities available in the region.
This is a wonderful opportunity for pupils to develop their language skills whilst having fun. All activities are run by native Spanish ‘monitors’ who are specially trained and experienced in creating an environment where pupils feel comfortable speaking Spanish inside and outside of the classroom environment. Instructions for each activity will be delivered in Spanish and the pupils are encouraged to communicate in Spanish at all times. Students will also receive workbooks to provide support and reinforcement for their various activities.
The activities during our stay will include: water-sports, beach games, Spanish cookery classes and local market visits. Every activity will allow the students to experience authentic Spanish culture and language. This visit is open to current Year 7 students who are studying Spanish. There are approximately 30 places available. As places are limited, we expect demand to be high so a quick response is advised.
We will depart by coach in the early hours of 24 March 2018 and return late on 27 March. We will be travelling by plane from East Midlands airport. The provisional cost of the trip is £470. This includes transport (coach and flights), accommodation, three Spanish meals per day and all activities. Students will be required to bring their own personal spending money.
Please note that the cost may vary according to the number of students interested
Great! This will be a great experience When will we know if our child has a place on the trip
Better not put my son's name down only get another call to say he can't go!
Oh dear Lisa we had a simular situation with the Dance thing our daughter got excited as her name was mentioned to be part of it then told she wasn't, it's very disheartening for the children and has put our daughter off getting involved more and we have had to encourage her now to get involved as she loves it but keeps getting let down. Hope you get some good news
THE HART OF RUGELEY
Members of news team of The Hart of Rugeley newspaper have been interviewed this morning on Cannock Chase Radio. The interview will be aired on Thursday at 10.15am, and will be repeated on Sunday morning.
They spent some time with Amanda Milling MP who featured in the first edition of the publication, ahead of her pre-election questions.
Gina Jenkins Pam Gibbon Emma Hodges Caroline Kelly Stuart Langley
YEAR 8 MFL CHAMPIONS DAY
On Friday 19th May, 10 year 8 Spanish students visited Wolverhampton University for a ‘Language Champions’ day. They heard a great guest speaker who talked about his many global experiences of how languages have helped him to be incredibly successful in business. The students also took part in a Japanese language session where they spoke Japanese, made origami cups and ate Japanese sweets! The students were a credit to The Hart School – well done everyone! ... See MoreSee Less