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Cross Country Club

Cross Country club is held every Friday morning from 8.15am until 8.45am, the club is open to children in years 3, 4, 5 & 6.

If your child would like to take part please complete the Cross Country permission letter (available from the office) and return the completed slip to the school office as soon as possible.

 

Club Rules

  • Please ensure that Mrs Holgate (Parent) is on the school site before leaving your child at school.
  • Children should arrive no earlier than 8.15am. The runners will leave school at 8.20am to start their run so please be on time.
  • Children need to come to school in sports clothing and wearing trainers.
  • Children will get wet and muddy on occasion so please make sure your child has a spare pair of socks and full school uniform to change into afterwards.
  • In the event of heavy rain on a Friday morning please note that cross country may be cancelled at the last moment.

 

 

Cross Country Results - 2018-2019

October 2018 - Twenty-four pupils ran around the grounds of Somerhill School on Friday for the first fixture of the season. There were great team performances and some excellent individual runs to celebrate. Emily H came seventh, Molly came fourth narrowly missing a medal and Sophie R ran an impressive race to take first place. A great event in beautiful surroundings, well done to all those that took part. 

 

May 2019 - An awesome performance by all our runners at Chiddingstone. Fordcombe finished the 5th team overall which, considering we did not have enough runners for any category bar one, was exceptional. 

An outstanding run from Sophie in the year 3/4 girls race - she came 1st!! Molly also did a brilliant run coming in 18th. Jessie and Oscar in year 3/4 boys raced so well together coming in 15 and 16 respectively. In the longer races - a whole extra lap - Emily, came in 7th, with Olivia not far behind in at 12th. And in year 5/6 boys, Oliver came in 12th and Ted 21st.

Well done Fordcombe!

 

Cross Country Tournament Photos


Giving Pupils the Best Start to Their Education