What a half term, it certainly has been a busy one and we’d like to thank our parents for there patience with last minute cancellations due to the weather. We have still maintained a very busy and successful half term.

Please note, we have internal exams w/c 3 June to 5 June we will not be running any co-curricular clubs to enable our pupils to fully concentrate on there internal exams.


We have received the final results from English Schools Track and Field Cup and it is with great delight to say that our junior girls team have qualified for regional finals on Monday 17 June, in Crawley. More details to follow in due course. We would like to mention a number of our pupils who completed at the county round with some very impressive results. The English Schools Track and Field Cup is where each competing must compete in two events and therefore, most competitors have a stronger discipline. All of the pupils listed below either achieved higher than 15 points for one event or had a combined total of over 30.

Junior Boys – English Schools Track and field Cup

Hurdles : Dextor T 14.4 sec

Hurdles : Brodie T 14.3 sec

800m : Hector F 2:35.0

800m : Zachary M 2:38.1

Javelin : Giles H 35.21m


Junior Girls – English Schools Track and field Cup

Hurdles and relay : Freya M 13.8 sec 57.8 sec

100m and Discus : Abigail W 14.4 sec

800m and relay : Eloise P 2:39.3 and 57.8 sec

High Jump and 200m : Georgia B 1.23m and 33.3sec

Shot and Long jump : Thea H 8.33m and 3.79m

100m and Javelin : Holly R 15.2 sec and 15.05m


Intermediate boys – English Schools Track and Field Cup

Hurdles and relay – George W 12.4 sec

200m and relay – Jensen C 24.8 sec

800m and Long Jump – Jake N 2:17.4 and 4.54m

Long jump and Relay – Joshua H 4.95m and 48.9sec

Javelin and 200m – Lucas dlT – 48.20sec and 26.6 sec


Intermediate girls – English Schools Track and Field Cup

Hurdles and relay – Genevieve L 12.6 and 61.0 sec

200m and Javelin – Sophie W 28.3 sec

800m and High Jump – Lola C 2:44.0 and 1.23m

Shot and 300m – Anna O 7.61m and 56.4 sec

1500m and relay – Rachel R 4:54.1 sec


Thursday 23 May – Claremont Athletics Year 7 & 8 Track and Field

It was a welcome relief to welcome 8 schools to our Year 7 & 8 track and field meet last night. The Year 7A boys finished in second place overall, our year 7A girls team were crowned overall champions. The year 8 boys also secured second place overall as did our year 8A girls team. We would also like to thank all of our parents for your continued support.


U14 girls cricket v LVS

Having played some of the toughest opposition this summer, the girls were finally able to show how much they have improved. An excellent bowling performance limited the opposition to 112 all out with almost everyone contributing something in the field. Anna O has taken the gloves and despite her inexperience is already showing great potential and a catch was just rewards for her efforts there today.

The batting was very dominant with Emma D, Alyssa and A all retiring. Special mention must go to Nell who struck the ball beautifully for 18 off only 12 balls.

Overall a very competent and successful team effort on the cricket field…and the dance routine developed during the batting innings came along well too!

U13A girls cricket v LVS

The U13A girls played in an exciting match against LVS Ascot winning the match in the last over by 8 runs.

Claremont batted 1st and scored 150 for 1 wicket off 16 overs, with Ella S scoring 32 retired(not out) along with Lucia P who again scored 29 retired(not out). LVS then attempted to chase down the score with one of their girls making 60, but she was caught brilliantly by Ella S in the final over. LVS’s final score 142 for 3 wickets

U13 boys cricket v LVS Ascot

Our visitors won the toss and Claremont were sent into the field under a grey sky which threatened rain. Captain, E.Grimes opened the bowling and set the tone for a much improved performance for the side with ball in hand. The number of extras had hurt us in previous matches, and it was pleasing to see our economy improve. This was typified with E. Marlow’s spell of 2-1-1-1 featuring our first maiden over as a bowling attack. The rain did eventually fall but play carried on, with D. Sousa and B. Askew bowling brilliantly and taking several wickets. The Walker brothers added some extra pace from either end of the wicket. R. Grier and A. Anderson were dynamic in the field, giving no unearned runs to the batting side and restricting them to 52 all out.

The undoubted highlight of our time in the field featured J. Clarke, who almost took a Ben Stokes-esque wonder catch. Driven hard by the batsman, the ball was taken at a dive and full stretch but bounced out of the hand at the very last moment.

Claremont came into bat with J. Whincup and C. McNulty opening up. After an aggressive start which featured a sumptuous drive to the boundary, J. Whincup fell for 9 runs. E. Grimes (16) and C. McNulty (3) batted well in tricky conditions against a ball that skidded rather than bounced along the wicket. Both were retired from the crease, with the captain having struck a fine pair of boundaries. E. Marlow (5) and J. Clarke (1) were at the crease as Claremont found the winning runs that came from a no-ball.

A special mention for the injured H. Collins who came along to cheer on his teammates and eat popcorn!

U12 boys cricket v LVS Ascot

Short and sweet with a variety of ducks on the menu, drizzled in a light rain jus, CFC U12A tucked in to the opposition batters but found the hosts opening bowlers less palatable.

LVS mustered just 46, bowled out by a tight fielding unit, Sam with 3 wickets, Max 2, Hugo, Zain and Will with one apiece, backed by a Zain run out and sharp thrown stumping by keeper Jack.

After the starters, the main course flambėed early on, as four batters departed without scoring, CFC at one point 5-3, before a very costly over served up a straight forward victory for Claremont, Hugo guiding the team home with 20 not out.

Claremont won by 5 wickets

LVS 46 all out

CFC 47-5


After competing in the first  2 rounds of the British Karting Championships in Scotland and England already this year Harry T is currently sitting 3rd in Britain with 3 rounds to go.

Next on the calendar is the 2nd round of the WSK European Championships in Germany and then he heads to Warden Law for round 3 of the British Kart Championships!


LTA League: Another Successful Day of Tennis

Our U/15 Boys and U/13 Girls competed against Gordons in their LTA League match on Tuesday afternoon. Despite the challenging weather, with rain pouring down during the match, both teams demonstrated resilience and skill.

U/13 Girls:

The match ended with a tied score of 6-6, leading to a tiebreaker to 10 points. The girls played fantastic tennis, winning the tie-break 10-8 and ultimately securing the match 7-6. Congratulations to Jessica L, Ella-Kate R, Alice B, and Sophie H for their outstanding performance.

U/15 Boys:

In a series of very close matches with long rallies, the boys also tied with Gordons at 6-6, requiring a tiebreaker to 10 points. They exhibited excellent tennis skills, winning the tie-break 10-5 and clinching the match with a final score of 7-6. Well done to Zac H, Aaron R, Oliver R, and Oscar C for their remarkable play.

Congratulations to both teams for their perseverance and exceptional sportsmanship!