Saturday 17th November 2018
On Saturday, the KS2 children of Great Missenden School had a fabulous time at Lowndes Park in Chesham for the 2nd Cross Country race of the year! Despite the horrible hill, the children powered through and every single child managed to finish the race. We were extremely lucky with the weather and it was a beautiful morning. Well done to every child that took part! You are all super stars!
Thursday 1st November 2018
All of the girls football squad went to St Marys for a round of fixtures. For the majority of girls, it was their first taste of competitive football. Both Mr Sperring and Miss Harris were incredibly proud of the way they played and the effort they put into every match. The matches finished in a draw but that wasn't for the want of trying! Keep up for the hard work, girls. Onto the next one!
Thursday 11th October 2018
The girls football team hosted Our Lady's in a district qualifier, in what was our first competitive fixture. They all played extremely well, working incredibly hard for each other and encouraging everyone for the whole game, all whilst with a smile on their faces. We eventually ran out 4-0 winners, making us extremely proud!
Saturday 6th October 2018
On Saturday 6th October, 30 children braved the rain and competed in the first cross country race of the year at Gayhurst School. It was cold, wet and extremely windy but that didn't stop the children of Great Missenden! Well done to everybody that took part.
Saturday 29th September
The u11 boys football team attended a 7-a-side competition hosted at Butlers Court, having qualified for it the previous Tuesday. We faced some stiff competition with lots of good schools also qualifying, so we would have to be at our best to qualify for the next round. We managed to qualify second in our group, meaning we made it to the semi-finals, having worked extremely hard and playing some great football. We faced Butlers Court on the semis, where a worldy finish from Monty Cook secured the win for Great Missenden. We then faced Gerrards Cross in the final, who are notorious for producing excellent teams. This was also the team we lost to in last years county cup final, so there was some revenge to be had. We started very well and put a lot of pressure on the opposition, forcing them into uncharacteristic mistakes and went in at half time only 1-0 down. However, we ran out of steam and could not get back into the game, but by making the final we automatically qualified for the next round on the 3rd of November. All boys should be extremely proud, especially Charlie Rix who was playing a year up. Well done!