The Wimbledon Cluster Year 3/4 Kwik Cricket Festival took place on Thursday 17 May with nine Wimbledon schools bringing down eleven teams of enthusiastic cricketers ready to battle their opponents on the field.
There were two groups playing across four pitches with teams playing a minimum of four games each. There were no results recorded on the day to ensure the players were able to concentrate on improving their skills and having as much fun as possible.
Group 1 consisted of Bishop Gilpin A, Dundonald, The Priory, Wimbledon Park, Wimbledon Chase and Garfield.
The annual MSSP inclusive football festival took place on Friday 4th May 2018 at Tooting and Mitcham FC’s astro-turf facilities. It was exciting to finally be able to host the festival due to the previous postponement from March caused by frost and snow! But no such conditions could stop us this time as the sun shone gloriously on the 23 schools that attended.
The Morden Cluster held its inaugural KS2 Dodgeball Competition on Thursday 19th April 2018 at Harris Academy Morden. The main emphasis of the event was participation and fun therefore no scores were taken throughout the festival.
The Mitcham Cluster Handball Festival took place on Wednesday 8th March at St Mark’s CofE Academy. Six schools from the cluster attended the day: Links, St Thomas, The Sherwood. Bond, Stanford and St Mark’s. A round robin format was used with each school playing each other once.
On Thursday 8 February at Dundonald Recreation Ground, the Wimbledon Primary School Cluster Year 3/4 Football Festival took place. With ten schools entered and an amazing seventeen teams competing, everybody was buzzing with anticipation. The teams were split into three leagues where they would play a round robin format and get to show off their skills while having the honour of representing their school. With the event being a festival and no offical scores being recorded, this allowed all players to play without inhibition and just enjoy their football
The Merton Inclusive Multi Sports Festival took place on Friday 10th November 2017 at the superb facilities of the Sutton Sports Village Tennis Academy with 20 schools each bringing a team of five KS2 pupils.
The Wimbledon cluster Year 3 & 4 Tag Rugby festival not only brought out the sunshine in November, but also drew a large crowd who had come to be entertained by some extremely talented and committed pupils. Thirteen teams from nine schools travelled to Wimbledon Chase Primary School 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.