Year 7 rounders tournament

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On the 30th June, a rounders tournament was hosted by Burntmill for all the year 7s to play against different schools in Harlow. We are played well and we were pleased with our performance. Unfortunately, we could not secure wins against all the schools and we came 4th overall.

We have really enjoyed playing against different schools at rounders this season and we look forward to next year!

By Paige Gallagher

Passmores enjoys a fantastic season of cricket!

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Passmores boys have had a great cricket season. The U15s started off their season with a win against St.Mark’s  with St.Marks scoring 78-6 and Passmores scoring 81-3 over 50 overs.

The U13’s also started off with a win against Burnt Mill. Burnt Mill scored 72-6 and Passmores scored 73-4. This was over 16 overs.

Passmores U15s continued their winning streak to win 95-6 and Shoeburyness scoring 72-8. Man of the match was Asad Naqvi.

The Passmores U15s made it all the way to the semi-final of the Essex cup, but unfortunately they were knocked out by Barking Abbey scoring 188-2 and Passmores scoring 124-6.

This was the first time that Passmores had made it so far in the Essex cup and is a great achievement for all the boys involved!

Passmores Sport Aspire day!

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Passmores year 8 students enjoyed a day off timetable to take part in sports they may have never tried before! Gaelic football and archery were very popular but students could also take part in danish long ball, hip hop dancing and crossfit.

The day gave students an insight into how many different sports there were and showed Passmores students that they can do anything!

Sports Day!

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t’s been a very busy year but Friday19th June was sports day this was all new for the year 7’s but for year 10’s it’s their last ever sports day at Passmores, which was emotional!

We all throughly enjoyed the day and would like to thank the PE department for all their hard work in organising the day!

Dragon were overall champions with Lion coming a close 2nd. Unicorn came 3rd overall and Griffin 4th.

We are all looking forward to next year!

By Paige Gallagher

Passmores Rounders

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Passmores girls have enjoyed playing rounders in the lovely sunny wether!

The year 8s played in a rounders tournament on 23rd June 2015. 11 people played: Megan, Ravinia, Amy, Kiera, Jayde, Mollie, Abbie, Rebecca, Macy, Ellie Wollaston and Ellie White. All the girls played well and came third in the end. They all received certificates and the captain, Megan said, “It was great fun and all the girls played really well, we tried our hardest and are looking forward to our next game.”

They year 7 team already have 2 victories under their belt against St.Mark’s and Burnt Mill and are looking forward to playing in their tournament next week. We wish them luck!

By Paige and Ellie

Year 7 house event results

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Friday 8th May year 7 house events started. Tennis was played at lunch. They were all playing tennis doubles ( 2 boys and 2 girls) . It was a very close game for everyone and the results were really close but Dragon house came first.

Girls did rounders and it was quite a competition the teams were all so competitive. We all played 3 games and then found out all the results . In 4th place was griffin, in 3rd place was Unicorn, and in 2nd place was Lion and last but not least, Dragon came first Making Dragon the winners overall!

By Paige Gallagher

Young officiators at Passmores!

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Congratulations to the students listed above! These students have officiated a sport of their choice for the school demonstrating the core values of scholarship and fair play. This has been signed off within their passports!

Another congratulations to the netball officiators pictured above who all passed their YUA netball qualification. They can now umpire games for their own age group!

If you are interested in gaining a qualification in umpiring, please speak to a member of PE staff.