Following a recent application process we are pleased to announce that our SSP Elite Leaders for 2015-16 are as follows:
Lucy Gratton – Derby Moor Community Sports College
Joseph Gallimore – Littleover Community School
Josh Cullen – Littleover Community School
Maddie Hempell – West Park School
Ellie Fooks – West Park School
Emma Welham – West Park School
Luke Durose – Murray Park School
Phoebe Drew – Chellaston Academy
Owen Inger – Allestree Woodlands School
Jaymee Meakin – Lees Brook Community School
Congratulations to those people […]
Cavendish Close Junior became the first City Champions of the new school year as they emerged victorious from the Year 5/6 Mini Soccer Competition yesterday after defeating Landau Forte Academy Moorhead A (who will join them at the County Final) on penalties.
Cavendish Close had only qualified for the latter stages of the tournament as a best 3rd placed team after the group games, but got the results when it mattered and eventually overcame a team they had lost to in their group after an epic penalty shoot out that saw all players, including goalkeepers, step up to […]
Thursday 24th September proved to be a very successful evening for schools in Derby city as the annual Derbyshire School Sports Association Awards took place at the ProAct Stadium just up the road in Chesterfield.
The awards take place at this time every year to recognise the hard work and achievements of participants, teachers and volunteers alike involved in school sport throughout the county.
Schools and athletes from Derby city were regular visitors to the stage as teams and individuals were awarded in a range of categories. (Links to photos below each award)
Primary School Team of […]
Our Primary and Competition Plus calendars got underway for 2015-16 on Wednesday 23rd September as St Martin’s School in Alvaston played host to two Footgolf competitions.
The morning consisted of players from St Martin’s, St Giles’, St Clare’s, Royal School for the Deaf and Brackensdale Junior who played the course twice – once in their school teams and once against another school – before the top three looked like this:
1st – St Martin’s School (Second round of 29 shots)
2nd – Royal School for the Deaf & St Clare’s School (34)