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Raynes Park High School - May 2014

BBC School Report 

On Thursday 27th March, ten Year 8 students joined with thousands of other students across the UK and Europe to take part in the BBC School Report News Day. Our RPHS journalists reported on everything from fundraising for Sports Relief to why body image should be taught as part of the curriculum. We had an actual BBC journalist helping us on the day and she commended our students for their professionalism and enthusiasm. The Raynes Park High School reporters worked incredibly hard, both in preparation for and on the day, to represent our school with excellence. 

The full BBC School Report news bulletin is available on the school website under the student section. Look out for special BBC School Reports during the summer term. 

Mr. Mba - Head of Media Studies 

U15 Football  Success 

On Monday 17th March Raynes Park High School played Harris Academy Merton on the new Sports Field. Our U15 team, (sponsored by the Panthera Group Ltd) proudly wore their new football kit for the first time. The Raynes Park High School team started off strong and got on the score sheet very quickly. When they realised they were the stronger team on the pitch, they took their foot off the pedal and relaxed against the Harris team. By half time it was 2-0 and Raynes Park High was cruising, although we gave away too many chances for my liking! 

Raynes Park High scored again twice in the second half and ran out 4-0 winners with goals from Nathan Molema x 2, Sebastiao Miguel and Phillip Kandeh.

A good result if not a great performance. Well done U15s. 

Mr. Hayes - Head of PE

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