MSSP Sporthall Athletics Session 3

MSSP hosted the third and final heat of Sportshall Athletics at Canons Leisure Centre on Friday 19th January 2018. The heat consisted of nine school with every team arriving with 18 athletes (nine boys and nine girls). Each competitor had to take part in two track (relays/races) and two field (throws/jumps) events. All of the scores from each event would contribute to the school’s overall total so it was essential that every individual did their utmost to gain points for their team. All schools arrived looking ready and eager to go.

MSSP Sportshall Athletics Session 2

MSSP hosted the second heat of Sportshall Athletics at Canons Leisure Centre on Friday 12 January 2018. The afternoon heat consisted of eight schools. Every team arrived with eighteen athletes (nine boys and nine girls). Each competitor had to take part in two track (relays/races) and two field (throws/jumps) events. All of the scores from each event would contribute to the school’s overall total so it was essential that every individual did their utmost to gain points for their team. All schools arrived looking ready and eager to go.

MSSP Sportshall Athletics Session 1

MSSP hosted the first heat of Sportshall Athletics at Canons Leisure Centre on Friday 12th January 2018. The morning heat consisted of eight schools. Every team arrived with eighteen athletes (nine boys and nine girls). Each competitor had to take part in two track (relays/races) and two field (throws/jumps) events. All of the scores from each event would contribute to the school’s overall total so it was essential that every individual did their utmost to gain points for their team. All schools arrived looking ready and eager to go.

MSSP Best Team Football Borough Finals 2017-18

On Friday 1st December sixteen schools from across Merton competed in the Year 5/6 Best Team Football Competition held at Tooting and Mitcham FC. The schools had all qualified from their cluster round by finishing in the top four. Therefore, it was already a fantastic achievement for all those involved to reach this stage.

After a short briefing regarding rules, format of the day and most importantly our REFSPECT campaign all teams were ready and eager to go.

Pool A

Poplar and Wimbledon Park Shine at Girls' Football Finals

 Friday 24th November 2017 saw the top four Year 5/6 girls teams from each cluster battle it out at the Borough finals at Tooting and Mitcham FC. From the outset it was clear that the teams were well prepared, organised on the pitch and confident.        

The group stage results were as follows:

Group A

  • 1st Sherwood
  • 2nd Bishop Gilpin
  • 3rd West Wimbledon
  • 4th Malmesbury

Group B

MSSP Year 5/6 Quicksticks Hockey Finals 2017-18

The Merton School Sport Partnership held its annual Year 5/6 Quicksticks Hockey Borough Competition on Friday 17th November 2017 at King’s College Sports Ground. Quicksticks is a modified version of hockey suitable for primary aged children. Games consist of four players on pitch with no goalkeepers; this makes it easier for primary schools to play, as accessing a goal keeping kit is a tricky and costly affair. Quicksticks hockey also requires the players to rotate each game, giving them the chance to act as a coach, scorer and to give all players an equal chance to take part.

Year 5/6 High 5 Netball Borough Finals

A foggy and chilly morning made an appearance for the Merton Borough High 5 Netball Finals which took place on Friday 3rd November 2018 at Wimbledon High School Sports Grounds. Fifteen schools from across all four clusters arrived ready and raring to compete to become the Merton Borough High 5 Netball Champions!

The schools were split into four pools, all depending on which place they finished in their cluster round. The pools were as follows:

Pool A: Links West Wimbledon Garfield St Teresa’s

MSSP Year 5/6 Athletics Championship

On Thursday 22nd June, the MSSP held the annual Merton Borough Primary Athletics Championships. There were 33 schools who entered the event this year and they were divided into five groups. Athletes would all compete in one field event, one track event and a relay. Track races included: 600m, 150m and 80m, while on the field, athletes would do either the Long Jump, Standing Triple Jump, Discus, Shot Put or Vortex Throw. Placings within each group would be compared to determine each group’s winner and individual event winners.

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