It was great to get our athletics season properly up and running. Claremont hosted 9 other schools on Thursday with some notable performances from our Year 7 and 8 pupils. The Year 7A boys team finished 4th overall, 6th and 9th overall. Our year 7A girls team finished as runners up, with our year 7B team finishing 7th and year 7C team finishing 7th. The year 8A boys won overall, with our year 8B team finishing 5th and Year 8C team in 9th place. The year 8A girls team also finished as runners up and the 8B team finished 6th and our year 8C team in 8th place. We would like to thank Mr Yeoman for his continued support in running these meets, as it is a huge undertaking. We look forward to next weeks meet.


We would like to thank PXG for hosting some of our golfers and parents earlier in the week. Parsons Xtreme Golf (PXG) have introduced a full line of golf clubs that are forcing golfers to change the way they think about the game. Our pupils were able use the bays and the PXG master fitters assessed the data points around our pupils’ swing dynamics. They used the latest technology Trackman launch monitor to assess pupil’s natural swing. It was an amazing opportunity for these pupils. They also played nearest the pin and had a putting session with a pro golfer. We are looking to develop this relationship and we look forward to welcoming PXG on site on Gala Day where you’ll be able to access the latest technology to improve your game.


The sun has been shining brightly on the Surrey tennis league this week, bringing with it a flurry of intense matches and competitive spirits. Let’s take a closer look at the highlights from the week’s action:

Senior Girls Triumph in Triangle Match

Kicking off the week with a burst of energy, our senior girls took on the challenge of a triangle match against St Catherine’s and Caterham. Facing Caterham first, our senior girls delivered a stellar performance, securing a convincing 4-0 victory. The momentum carried into the match against St Catherine’s, where the competition was fierce. After a hard-fought battle, the match ended in a 3-3 draw, leading to a nail-biting tie-breaker. Despite a valiant effort, we narrowly lost 7-5 to St Catherine’s, resulting in a final score of 4-3. Tabi D, Linea P, Sophie S and Isabella L

U12 Girls Shine Bright

The enthusiasm continued as our U12 girls stepped onto the court to face KGS. Displaying exceptional skill and determination, they emerged victorious with a commendable 3-1 win. A well-deserved congratulations to our talented U12 girls for their impressive performance! Alice B, Mia H, Arabella F and Maisie P.


Boys U15A vs Wimbledon College

The U15A playing at home lost the coin toss and were put into bat. It was a very tricky outfield so the bowling could only be done from one end. Wimbledon struggled with finding accuracy and gave many runs away. Claremont managed to put on a decent total of 118 for the loss of 8 wickets. Zach L scoring a very controlled 27.

Claremont’s bowling was very tight and Eshan B taking the 1st wicket with an fantastic away swinger excellently caught at slip by Noah D. The opposition eventually were all bowled out for 82.