Recent Sports News
Well done to Luke Bowen who travelled to Warwickshire as part of the Cumbria School’s team competing in a midlands invitation inter-county cross-country competition and who finished in a very creditable 16th place. Congratulations also to Amy Wood who represented Cumbria in the Under 14s Netball team last week.
Under 13s County Cup:
The Lakes School 6 v 1 Southfields School (Workington)
Under 15s County Cup (semi final):
The Lakes School 2 v 0 St Joseph’s
Year 8 Girls: The Lakes School 2 v 0 Queen Katherine School
Year 10 Girls: The Lakes School 2 v 0 Dallam School
Year 7 Girls: The Lakes School 7 v 5 Cartmel Priory School
Year 7 Girls: The Lakes School 0 v 4 Queen Elizabeth School
Year 8 Girls: The Lakes School 6 v 4 Queen Elizabeth School
Our Year 8 Boys finished in 5th place in the Cumbria County Hockey Tournament.
Year 8 Girls 7-a-side Tournament:
The Lakes School 2 v 0 Kirkbie Kendal School
The Lakes School 3 v 0 Dallam School
The Lakes School 0 v 0 Queen Elizabeth School
The Lakes School 1 v 0 Sedbergh School (Semi Final)
The Lakes School 0 v 1 Queen Katherine School (Final)
The Lakes School will now compete in the County Finals in the New Year.
Well done to all involved!
Congratulations to our 6th formers who took part in the Rotary Youth Speaks competition. This was the first round of a national public speaking contest. We entered two teams:
- Josh Hext, Abi Whitney, Tasha Blezard
- Tom Gardner, Scott Love, Sam Cropper
Tom was awarded the prize for best Chair. Abi was awarded the prize for best speaker. Josh, Abi and Tasha won the prize for best team, and will go on to the District Final in February.
Mrs Dixon, who,along with Mrs Munslow and Mrs Kirk, attended the evening described our students as ” fabulous: engaging, natural, confident and charming.” Well done to everyone involved.