This term has been another very busy term with U9 football, U11 tee ball, Primary athletics, U14 football, touch, cross country and badminton, U19 volleyball and basketball as well as various swimming meets — not to mention Sports Day and U15 FOBISIA.
The highlights of this term have been the number of students taking part in extra curricular sport. We have had record numbers wanting to take part in sports this term, specifically in Key Stage 3. We can comfortably field 3 competitive teams at each sport which is pleasing to see and sets foundations for future years.
Hosting the NAE U14 Football China Cup in November. We had 2 teams representing BSG, taking away a Sportsmanship and 3rd place trophy. We showed the strength of football in China and Hong Kong within the Nord Anglia family of schools and is something that we look forward to in future years.
Thank you to all staff who contribute to the Sports Extra Curricular programme. The amount of time and effort they put in is way abouve and beyond the norm!
Thank you to the students and parents too for your continued support throughout this term. We can’t do what we do without your support.
Dillan Yoon has shown a great attitude towards Tee Ball and Athletics this term. His effort has ensured that he has shown massive progress in the two sports and has massively contributed towards the teams success over the course of the term.
Yaffa Chen has worked tirelessly in Athletics, Swimming and Tee Ball to become a much more complete athlete. She has won numerous medals in swimming and athletics showing amazing technique and resilience for a year 5 student whilst demonstrating a very good tactical understanding in the field in tee ball.
Cohen Langford has shown a great level of commitment towards extra - curricular sport this term. The progress and improvement Cohen has made as a footballer over the course of the season was a pleasure to see, and is in no small part down to the hard work he has put in. Cohen is a real team player who has not only impressed when playing in his favoured left midfield position, but also when asked to fill in at less familiar positions in order to help the team.
Aurna Adak has fully committed herself to after school teams. She has represented the school in a range of fixtures and always applies 100% to every situation. It has been great to see so much effort
Adriana Aziz has grown in confidence throughout the year, making herself a regular member of Div 1 team, she is able to keep going for the whole match to ensure she is supporting the team.
Gia Tan has consistently demonstrated commitment to training sessions both after and before school. Gia has always shown enthusiasm, resilience and respect even when games were challenging and decisions did not always go our way.
Dylan Flower for coaching and leading younger year group teams in Primary and Key Stage 3. Also for his commitment and attitude towards training U19 sport and having the wherewithal to initiate the U19 football training for the upcoming season.
WHERE DO WE START!
Next term sees...
~ U9 Teeball and Cross Country,
~ U11 Football, Cross Country and Athletics
~ U14 Volleyball and Basketball and Athletics
~ U19 Football, Badminton and Athletics
~ U13 FOBISIA
~ FOBISIA Swimming to name just a few.