GCSE Results 2018
71% – 9 – 4
Cricket Interform Results Are In!
Throughout the final week of term Cricket matches between forms took place within lessons.
3 play-offs were played with the following forms playing each other in lesson.
- A vs B
- S Vs C
- R Vs M
Whatever form won their play-off game, was invited to the interform finals tournament after school.
The 3 teams played each other in a round robin tournament, with the top 2 playing each other in a Final.
There is a high value, to winning an interform event. Points from these tournaments are added on to the Sports day totals !
Congratulations to the following forms on winning their respective tournaments.
With thanks some of our GCSE Physical Education students whom assisted in the umpiring of the game.
- Year 7 – 7A
- Year 8 – 8R
- Year 9 -9B
Year 7/8 Tapeball Cricket Team Qualify for Essex World Cup Festival.
The tournament consisted of 12 teams from 7 different schools. The teams were placed into 2 separate groups. Abbs cross’ group consisted of Gaynes, Hall Mead, Redden Court and Royal Liberty. The team was outstanding on the day, finishing unbeaten and top of their group.
- Abbs Cross 100-4 Vs Redden Court B 33-4
- Abbs Cross 96-2 Vs Gaynes 42-3
- Abbs Cross 101-3 Vs Hall Mead B 45-3
As we were one of the top 4 finishing sides in the tournament, we have qualified for the Essex Tape Ball World Cup. This event will be taking at Hainault Recreation Ground on Thursday 11th July 2019.
Year 7 Girls’ Football V Frances Bardsley and Hornchurch High School.
On Thursday 6th December the year 7 girls’ team had their first indoor 5-aside football match against Frances Bardsley and Hornchurch High.
We played our first match against Frances Bardsley which was an intense game. Frances Bardsley passed the ball well meaning that we had to make lots of tackles and blocks with Ines making some great saves in goal! We drew 0-0.
In our second game we dominated more of the play with the girls making more passes and having more shots on target. Both Tilly and Jamie had some near misses, until the last two minutes of the game where Jamie managed to score twice with the end result being 2-0 to Abbs Cross!
The team from left to right:
Back row: Victoria, Louise, Madison, Jaimie. Front row: Tilly, Ines and Sophie.
Year 9 Sports Leaders
On Wednesday 28th November six year 9 students were selected to become sports leaders at the Havering Primary School Sports Hall Athletics competition at Hornchurch Sports Centre. They had attended sports leaders training session several weeks before the event. The sports leaders were: Nikolay Yordanov, Thomas Hanson, Megan Hardy, Orianne Dacres, Alicja Goscik and Harrison Jacobs. They had a fantastic day and Megan Hardy has written a piece about how they used their sports leadership skills!
“Prior to this event we had to attend a training session, where we learnt what was necessary to become a good leader. At the competition we each had an event that we had to run along with 5 other academy schools, each academy school had 6 pupils representing their sports leaders from year 9. There were over 10 events, an example was the vertical jump, which I had to organise. There was also the long jump, relay races, triple jump and javelin. We all enjoyed our day and our aim was to make the year 6 students feel confident during the events that they took part in . The experience was eye opening and gave us an idea of what being a good sports leader was like. At the end of the day we received a leadership academy badge!” – Megan, Year 9
Girls Football – U14 Havering Tournament at Bower Park
On Thursday 8th November a mixed team of Y8 and Y9 students participated in 7 a-side football at Bower Park School. Although we were unable to dominate and win a match there were some excellent defensive performances from Anna and Julia and Orianne. Our results were as follows: Redden Court drew 0-0, Sanders lost 1-0, Emerson Park lost 4-0, Bower Park lost 1-0.
Havering Badminton Tournament.
On 14th/15th November we took teams Y7,8,9,10 and 11 to Hornchurch Sports Centre for the Havering Badminton Tournament. The KS3 boys and KS4 boys came 6th overall and the KS3 and Ks4 girls came 7th overall.
Y8 and Y9 Girls Badminton at Sacred Heart – November 13th.
The girls badminton team had their first round of fixtures this month, playing a variety of doubles and singles matches. The Y9 squad consisted of Brooke Sier, Alicja Goscik, Mali Tookey, Rume Okuku The Y8 squad consisted of Millie Nicholson, Layci-May St Ange, Katie-Rose Ennis and Tashana Castello. The overall score was 4-1 to Sacred Heart.
Havering Cross Country Championships
Congratulations to Jak Wright (far right) who beat all of the top runners in the borough in Y10 and Y11 to finish 1st place in the Y10/11 race in the Havering Borough Cross Country Championships! This is a fantastic achievement- well done Jak!
Abbs Cross Sports day 2018.
Students at Abbs Cross had a fantastic time participating in Sports Day 2018. The sun was shining as was many of the student’s performances. All students took part in competitive games in the morning to win points for their tutor group. The afternoon session focused on athletics on the track where students cheered on each other in events such as the 100m, 200m, relay and the high jump. The PE Department were proud of the high levels of enthusiasm, competitiveness and participation displayed from our students as they put the skills learnt throughout the year into practise. Well done to everyone for taking part and congratulations to the winners – 7R, 8B,9R and 10M.
Girls U16 Football 7 – a-side – Havering Champions!
On Monday 23rd April the U16 7 aside team took on Frances Bardsley school in the finals of the Havering 7-a-side tournament. The girls won the trophy last year and so were keen to defend their title as Havering 7-aside champions! In order to reach the final they had previously played in two rounds, one in December where they won 4-1 against Redden Court B, won 1-0 against Hall Mead, won 2-0 against Frances Bardsley and won 2-0 against Redden Court. The other in March where they put in another strong performance drawing 1-1 with Hall Mead and winning their other games 4-0 against Bower Park, 1-0 against Redden Court and 1-0 against Frances Bardsley. The squad for the final involved Poppy, Molly, Gracie, Jade, Annie (Y11s) Jessica and Taylor (Y10s). We made a positive start, scoring early on to make the score 1-0, however Frances Bardsley did not give up and came back to put the game on an even level at 1-1. However the Abbs Cross girls were determined and their high level of skill and tactical awareness allowed them to outwit the Frances Bardsley defence and score a further two goals, making the final score 3-1! Goals came from Molly and Poppy! Congratulations to all the girls – they were well-deserved winners and retain the trophy two years in a row!
Boys U16 Football Essex County Cup journey – Semi-Finalists!
Year 11 progressed into the next round of Essex cup with a thrilling 4-3 win against Cumberland School. It was a competitive game and end to end from the first whistle. Huge credit to the Abbs players for coming back from 3-2 down to win and score the winning goal in the last 2 minutes of extra time.
Year 11 continued their run in the County cup by beating William Edwards (Grays) 5-4 on penalties after drawing 2-2 at the end of extra time. The boys again showed their determination and resilience to keep going after twice going a goal down. Jamie, who is captain, calmly stepped up a scored the winning inner penalty. It was impressive as he had just saved a penalty as our goalkeeper. We play either Chobham or Royal Docks in the last 16 at home within the next 2 weeks.
The Year 11 football team continued their impressive run in the County Cup beating Royal Docks 4-3. They now move into the last 8 with an away tie at Rokeby school in Newham. Scorers were George, Will (2) and Sam. The fixture away to Rokeby was a comfortable 2-0 win.
The Year 11 football team moved into the semi-finals of the County Cup beating Debden Park 2 – 0. A goal in each half saw Abbs win a very competitive game. Luke and Conor were the scorers. The boys have enjoyed a great run and will aim to reach the final in their semi final which is an away tie.
The year 11 football lost 1-0 in their county cup semi against St Thomas More from Southend. It was a spirited performance that improved after the break, but in a tight game, one goal was the difference. The boys can be proud of a great run in the cup, that has included some great performances and goals. It was the furthest the school has reached in the county cup in 14 years.
Boys U12 Football Essex Country Cup Quarter Finalists!
On Tuesday the 19th September the year 7 football team played their first game for the school. The Essex County Cup game was played away to Lister Community School. Abbs Cross opened the scoring after 4 minutes when Tom was able to score after a corner. After the break, Reece added a second after 26 minutes before adding the third shortly after. Hugh also found the net 3 minutes later, before adding his second goal as the game neared its conclusion. A well deserved 5-0 win.
In the following round, goals from Alex, (2), Reece (2), Kieran (2) helped to beat Walthamstow Academy 7-1. The team then played Ockendon Academy and won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Tom.
On Tuesday 3rd July we took a team of Y7,8,9 and 10 students to the Havering District Athletics competition. Students were excellently behaved and gave 100% effort on what was a very hot day! Well done to all the competitors and a special congratulations to the following individuals who achieved 1st place in their event!
Katie – Y7 – 1st place Discus
Jak – Y10 – 1st place 1500m
Demi-Lee – Y8 1st place High Jump