Boys at Passmores Academy helped out at the Primary Best Team cricket. They supported the games and helped officiate throughout the day. Along with helping the day run smoothly the boys were promoting cricket down at the Harlow Cricket Club.
Mr Archer recently took part in a marathon to raise money for his chosen charity; No Child Without.
Here is how it went;
What were you thoughts before starting the marathon?
”I was nervous and exciting”
How did you feel after completing it?
“I felt relieved and a huge sense of achievement.”
It took him 4 hours and 23 minutes to complete the marathon, he also trained 2, 3 days a week.
You done Passmores proud, well done!
Interview by Paige Gallagher
Passmores U15 girls cricket team attended their first tournament of the year last week. In their main group they lost to Sheffield and Hall Mead. This saw them into the plate Competition. In This competition the girls beat Beckett Keys and Shoesburyness.
We have a female trial coming up for girls between the ages of 16-19
It will be on Thursday 26th May at Shrub End from 6.30-8.30pm.
Below is a flyer for the event with registration form.
Two teachers at Passmores Academy completed their half marathon at the weekend. Mr Archer ran for : No child without, while Miss Banks rand for: United World Schools – Passmores Academy’s partner school in Cambodia.
Months of training and running resulted in two very good times by the teachers. They are currently looking for their next event.