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Food for sport

Damian Blake, Executive Chef at school caterers Holroyd Howe, shares how to create nutritious ...

Playing for pleasure

Phil Vickery MBE urges young players to concentrate on enjoying their game – and not to obse...

Hockey medallist visits Farlington

Commonwealth silver medallist, Lucy Wood, visited Farlington School and gave a hockey mastercl...

Ewell Castle launches cricket academy

Ewell Castle School offers scholarships for new academy which combines intensive cricket train...

Scholarship for horse riders launched

Polwhele House in Cornwall is combining education with equestrian activities with a new schola...

LHS orienteers receive England call-up

Girls from Loughborough High School have been chosen to compete in international orienteering ...

Tim Henman opens indoor tennis centre

Reeds School, Cobham, Surrey have chosen Bridome to provide a new indoor facility for their Te...

Scrumming down with Jamie George

Raised on the Haileybury School campus, rugby ace Jamie George made the most of his surroundin...

St Swithun'€™s girl joins GB Eventing Team

A 15-year-old pupil from St Swithun'€™s School, Winchester, has been chosen to join the GB Eve...

The great indoors

Sports players in school can be in their element without being out in the elements, writes Sim...

Pundits and pros visit Bolton School

Bolton School pupils enjoy insight into world of professional football from former internation...

Sailing away to success

A school in the Lake District is the first in the country to earn RYA champion club status for...

Karate kid lands European crown

A Trent College karate fighter hopes to qualify for the World Championships after landing his ...

Beaumont opens D of Y new sports centre

Rugby legend Bill Beaumont opens new sports centre at Duke of York's Royal Military School, Do...

Going for the double

Tennis and hockey teams from Trent College in Long Eaton have qualified for their respective n...

Unbeaten season for Dauntsey'€™s 1st XV

Dauntsey's School 1st XV rugby team has enjoyed an exceptional season, winning all 15 of their...

Let's hear it for Millie!

The partially-sighted skier from King's Canterbury school was the youngest competitor at last ...

Jumping for joy

Mayfields, the St Leonards independent Catholic girls'€™ school, has been enjoying national su...

Young fencer competes at highest level

A teenager from Manchester High School for Girls furthers her fencing career at a tournament i...

School cricket team wins national award

The first XI cricket team at King Edward's School, Birmingham has been presented with a nation...

Leading school choses Bridome

Leading independent school, Reeds School, has chosen Bridome to provide a new indoor facility ...

School aims to nurture tennis stars

Ewell Castle School has launched a high-performance tennis academy in conjunction with Tennis ...

Pool success for Plymouth

Swimmers from Plymouth College have won nine medals and broken four records in the English Sch...

Hockey pitch upgrade

Two redundant hockey pitches have been given a new lease of life, improving facilities for Cov...

Tia takes Commonwealth fencing silver

Plymouth College fencer Tia Simms-Lymn has taken the silver medal in the Commonwealth Fencing ...

Queen of the chess board

A sixth former at Farlington School on the West Sussex/Surrey border has won two major chess c...

Marathon charity run at Oundle

Oundle girls completed 13 marathons in a non-stop 24 hour run to raise money for charities wor...

Grass makes pitch perfect

Problems with the playing fields at Old Anniesland in Glasgow have been resolved thanks to spe...

Playing to her advantage

A Derby High School student has been selected to take part in a tennis training camp for some ...

Fencing gold medal a family affair

The Commonwealth Fencing Championships saw a former Brentwood pupil following in his older bro...

Small school wins big

A small independent prep school in Derby is celebrating its most successful football season to...

Sports scholars meet medal winner

Cheadle Hulme School sports scholars gained a taste of life as an elite athlete when they met ...

Family’s hockey tradition continues

A year 13 pupil from Wellington School looks set to follow his three brothers to national hock...

Champion gymnast visits Badminton

Olympic medal winner Beth Tweddle inspires girls at Badminton School with PE lesson and talks ...

Wellington girl represents GB Fencing

Jade Clarke, a Sixth Former, at Wellington School has been selected to represent the Great Bri...

Primary pupils denied life-saving skill

National governing body the Amateur Swimming Association is calling for greater priority for s...

Triple lacrosse win for St Swithun's

St Swithun'€™s School hosted the South West Rally lacrosse tournament and enjoyed significant ...

National recognition for first XV

After a successful start to the season, Rugby World magazine has made Stamford School's first ...

National aquatics award for diver

Plymouth College’s Victoria Vincent has been honoured with an outstanding achievement award ...

Farnborough Hill plans astro-turf

Farnborough Hill school has secured planning permission for the creation of a floodlit all-wea...