SPORT PROGRAMME SATURDAY 22 JUNE
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
(Bracketed numbers indicate location/pitch number)
BOYS’ CRICKET v Gresham’s School
BOYS’ CRICKET v Chigwell School
14:00 U15A (Canterbury) & U15B (Astro 3) GIRLS’ CRICKET v Forest School 13:00
U15A (Oval), U14A (Astro 1), U13A (Newlands) & U12A (Astro 2)
ULTIMATE FRISBEE 14:00 Finals
v Gresham’s School 14:00 U14A & U14B v Millfield Preparatory School 10:30 U13A National Cup semi final SAILING at Oxford Sailing Club 06:30 BSDRA - National Team Racing Championship
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Please park on the parade ground and head towards the pitches or astro turf, avoiding walking across any rugby pitches. There is a small amount of parking next to the pitches but we ask that only those with limited mobility use those spaces.
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WHERE TO PARK
The school can have a large amount of pedestrians at certain times, please respect the speed limits and remain alert to help keep our pupils and visitors safe. HEALTH CENTRE
WHERE TO WATCH
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For safety reasons we ask that those spectating remain outside of the pitch boundaries and remain vigilant at all times.
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Teas will be served in the dining hall.
MEDICAL INFORMATION If you require medical assistance, please find one of our first aiders. The Health Centre on site will also be able to deal with any minor injuries. Please remain vigilant, raise any concerns you may have and don’t assume others are aware of what you may be seeing. In a life-threatening emergency please call 999 and raise the alarm.
SPORT KIT You can order new RHS sports kit items online at schoolblazer.com or visit the secondhand shop which is open on Mondays 16:00 – 18:00. Contact rhsuniform@ royalhospitalschool.org
CODE OF CONDUCT Royal Hospital School teachers and coaches fully acknowledge that parents are an integral part of the partnership, which ensures that pupils enjoy their involvement in sport. We are delighted that parents, relatives and friends come and support but we respectfully ask that you: • Remember that young people take part for their own enjoyment. •E ncourage and praise play and performance, avoiding negative comments.
• Provide a positive example. • Respect decisions made by the match officials and encourage the young players to do likewise.
GET IN TOUCH Director of Sport Mr P Hardman email: firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Head (Co-Curricular) Mr C Rennison email: email@example.com Head of Netball Miss L Adams email: firstname.lastname@example.org Head of Hockey Mr T Butt email: email@example.com Reception 01473 326200
TO KEEP UP TO DATE WITH THIS TERM’S RESULTS AS WELL AS READ MATCH REPORTS, PLEASE GO TO ROYALHOSPITALSCHOOLSPORT.ORG
SPORT AT THE ROYAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL The school offers a number of award and scholarship programmes. These identify gifted pupils and help them to develop their skills through personal training programmes. Many of our pupils compete at county, national and international level. Our 200 acre grounds offer games fields, all-weather hockey pitches, tennis and netball courts, field and track athletics facilities, cross country courses and a golf course. Indoor facilities include a large swimming pool, squash courts, a multi-purpose sports hall, fitness suite, martial arts training room and a strength and conditioning weights room.
Saturday 22 June