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‘Valuing diversity, promoting curiosity and inspiring excellence.’


Training will be on Thursday afternoon's from 3:10 - 4:10 and is open to years 4, 5 and 6. If you are interested in coming to training please make sure your parents/guardians complete a form with their contact details. These can be collected from outside of Mr Snowden's classroom in Year 1. We will be selecting boys and girls for teams to play matches against other schools and use training as a chance to see players in action as well as offer coaching and guidance.

Boys League Fixtures

Games to be played at Kingsmead School. Team to be chosen near to the date of each set of fixtures.

Tuesday 21st February - Grange Park v Brimsdown & Grange Park v Chase Side

Tuesday 14th March - Grange Park v Carterhatch Junior


Cup matches will be arranged seperately and players selected will be notified close to the dates of the fixtures.

9.11.16 Grange Park v Bowes - Girls


The girls started their football season with their first fixture against Bowes. Despite having not trained together and a few of the girls having limited experience of playing football, they put in a spirited performance. The match ended with a 0-0 draw with neither team finding the final touch to score. Hopefully this experience will help the girls as we move into our future fixtures.  


The boys continued their League season with fixtures against Bush Hill Park and George Spicer. The first of the day's matches was a very close and keenly contested game against Bush Hill Park. Both sides battled well for the ball and the game ended in a 2-2 draw. Grange Park's goals were both scored by Finlay. In the match against George Spicer the boys worked brilliantly as a team from the front to the back and dominated both halves of play. Goals from Finlay, Harry, William, Ryan, an own goal and four goals from debutant Skye meant the boys finished the game with a well deserved 9-0 win. Hopefully this team performance will fill them with confidence as we move into our next fixtures.

The boy's team started their season with a 4-1 victory over Suffolks. Finlay led by example up front by scoring 3 and having the shot which was deflected in for the fourth. He was well supported by the team behind him who competed for every ball.

The boys were not so fortunate in their second game against St George's where every bounce of the ball seemed to favour the opponents and unfortunately the game finished 1-5.

Sport is about dealing with both the highs and the lows and I am sure that the boys will bounce back in their next games.