The Wimbledon cluster Year 3 & 4 Tag Rugby festival not only brought out the sunshine at the end of April, but also drew a large crowd who had come to be entertained by some extremely talented and committed pupils. Seventeen teams from ten schools travelled to Dundonald Recreation Ground to take part in an afternoon that showed off some top quality rugby, amazing respect and sporting spirit amongst the teams and most importantly a lot of fun had by all involved.
The Morden B Team football festival took place on Thursday 25th April 2019. Thank you to the seven schools who were still able to attend since the previous postponement in January due to the icy conditions on the Harris Academy Astro-turf facilities.
The 'Morden Year 3 & 4 Football Festival' took place on the afternoon of Wednesday 3rd April 2019 and the 11 teams who played made it the largest and most well attended Morden Cluster event of the year so far.
The teams were split into two groups for the afternoon with games taking place over 3 pitches in a round robin format. Group 1 consisted 6 schools; Haslemere A, Liberty, Cranmer, Abbotsbury, Singlegate and St. Peter&Paul. Group 2 had 5 schools; Haslemere B, Liberty B, Morden, Malmesbury, St.Teresa’s.
The Merton School Sport Partnership held its first ever Dance Festival on 2nd April 2019. Thank you to Perseid Upper School for letting us use their superb performance facilities.
6 Schools brought their keen dance troops along to participate and display their well-rehearsed routines to an audience of over 100 family members and friends.
The Mitcham Cluster held its Year 3/4 Football Festival on Wednesday 13th March 2019 at St Mark’s Academy Mitcham. Eleven schools took part in this festival which mean every school in the cluster sent a team; Beecholme, Bond, Gorringe Park, Links, Lonesome, St Marks, St Thomas, Stanford, Sherwood, William Morris and Harris Primary Merton. Two leagues played across three pitches meaning teams had plenty of games. Throughout the festival teams played in high spirits with some excellent talent on display.
On Tuesday 6th November the Raynes Park Cluster Y3/4 Football Festival took place at Raynes Park High School Sports Field. 10 out of the 11 cluster schools were represented, with Poplar bringing an A and B team. Teams were split into two pools with each team playing the other schools in their pool.
The MSSP Inclusive Multi Sports Festival took place on Friday 2nd November 2018 at the Sports Hall facilities of the Harris Academy Morden High School with 30 teams from 25 schools in Merton borough. In 2017 we had 20 schools take part so it is wonderful to see more teams able to come along. We had so many schools interested that we had to split the sessions into two; a morning and an afternoon session, to enable all schools to enter.
On Thursday 11 October Wimbledon Chase Primary School hosted the Wimbledon Cluster Year 3/4 Football festival. 20 teams from 12 schools entered on the day and were split into 4 groups to play in a round robin format. The event was played without scores or results being recorded and the emphasis was very much on the pupils showing off their skills and having fun.
We are back after a blistering summer break. The sun was still shining down on the first MSSP sports event of the new calendar year 2018-19.
On Thursday 27th September the Morden Cluster KS2 Cross Country Festival took place at Harris Academy Morden. Firstly a huge thank you to the sports leaders from HAMD for setting up, stewarding and supporting the event.