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Date of FixtureStaff MemberYear GroupStudents InvolvedSportCompetition Opponent(s)Result(s)Mini ReportBulletinPhotos
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27/09/2017DRa10Syd Davies, Josh Graney, Caleb Jones, George Longhurst, Tom Gough, Rene Blankson, Charlie Musson, Rahat Ahmed, Niyaj Niyazus, Leon Snow, Ferelle Ahmed, Shueb ChoudhuryFootballHampshire CupWarblington4-0 LThis was the boys first game of the season and it showed with some sluggish play in the first half resulting in two early Warblington goals. This seemed to wake the boys up and Ahmed fired our first shot on target to sting the Warblington keeper's hands. However, some good Warblington play led to their third goal just before half time. Priory returned for the second half a lot stronger and Ahmed went close, striking an effort off the bar. This led to a small period of Priory dominance before Warblington countered and scored their fourth and final goal of the game.9/10 CBa
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02/10/2017Amz10Nazirah Ali, Maddie Smith, Scarlett Thomas, Ellie Slate, Sacha Tanner, Katie Schofield,Finna De Greef, Jamie De BeerNetbally10/11 tournamentMayfield, Miltoncross, ALNS, Portsmouth Academy, Springfield3rd overall This was the girls first netball meet of the year and they got off to an amazing start. The first 4 games played the teams defence didnt let in any goals, winning the first game 12-0 against ALNS, the second 3-0 against Milton cross, the third 4-0 against Mayfield and The forth 3-0 against Portsmouth academy. The girls were working really well together imporving each game. However the last two games they came up against Springfield y111 and y10 teams, the girls played a great game reacting to each play however springfield were just too quick and unfortunatly loosing the last two games 5-0 and 1-0.The weather the drew in and play had to be stopped. Placing them 3rd overall in the tournament. A great result for the first games of the year.9/10 CBa
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03/10/2017DRa10Syd Davies, Josh Graney, Caleb Jones, George Longhurst, Tom Gough, Charlie Musson, Niyaj Niyazus, Leon Snow, Ferelle Ahmed, Kai StoneleyFootballPortsmouth Cup4-0 LDue to some illness and injury, the boys went to this fixture against the strongest team in the area with only 10 men. A sloppy goal from a corner in the first minutes of the game was quickly forgotten and the boys put in a resilient defensive performance and could have drawn level when Ahmed hit the cross bar with a long range effort. However, some good football from Mayfield left Priory 2-0 in the first half. The second half was another resilient performance, and something which the boys can be proud of as they never gave up, fashioning some good chances to try and reduce the deficit. However Mayfield proved too strong for the 10 men of Priory and eventually ran out 4-0 winners.9/10 CBa
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03/10/2017JDv8Lewis Milton, Ansah Chitty, Kye Hart, Harrison Hill, Blakely Garside-Ward, Harrison Gray, Brad Carter, Harley Weeks, Dan Stephens, Cillian Tuckey, Harley HobmanFootballPortsmouth CupMilton Cross2 - 2A well fought game throughout. The first half saw Miltoncross camp in our half and create many opportunities. However defense held strong and managed to score a goal against the run of play with a fast break from the back (assist Harley Weeks, Goal Dan Stephens). Minutes after this Miltoncross scored and equaliser as the team went to sleep. The second half began much of the same with Miltoncross dominating posession and creating chances and eventually managed to score to make the score 2 -1. This seemed to wake Priory up as after this the game became much more open and Priory starting attacking well and creating chances themselves. An equaliser in the last minute of the game from skipper Kye Hart gave Priory an opportunity to progress to the semi final in a replay.16/10 CBa
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04/10/2017JDvLewis Milton, Ansah Chitty, Kye Hart, Harrison Hill, Blakely Garside-Ward, Harrison Gray, Brad Carter, Harley Weeks, Dan Stephens, Cillian Tuckey, Harley HobmanFootballHampshire CupWildern10 - 0 L
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9/10/17Amz9Imogen Van Herck, Rhiannon Howe, Emily Goodwin, Daisy Raybould, Milly Sharland, Jenny Grima, Charlotte CarlyleNetballY9 Portsmouth schools tournament Mayfield, Miltoncross, ALNS, Portsmouth Academy, Springfield6th overall
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16/10/17Amz8Catrina Huntley, Josie Tanner,Teila Hall, Kya katewu, Mollie O'Sullivan ,Pinky Ponswan, Amelia ToddNetballY8 Portsmouth schools tournament Mayfield, Miltoncross, ALNS, Portsmouth Academy, Springfield3rd overallThe girls worked really well together on monday at their first game of the year. They got off to a great start winning 5-4 gainst Springfield B, 3-1 win over mayfield and 6-1 win against Trafalgar. They then came up against two togh teams Spingfield A and St Edmunds and lost 7-2 and 9-0. However played an amazing last two games against ALNS and Milton cross winning 8-0 and 7-0 securing them 3rd overall in the tournament30/10 CBa
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01/11/17DRa9Jess Bierton, Charlotte Carlyle, Ellie Pearce, Alisha Blackham, Caitlin Goodwin, Bella HelmsleyBasketballYear 9 Portsmouth Schools TournamentSpringfield A, B and C, Trafalgar, ALNS3rd OverallThe girls grew in strength as the tournament progressed and so were unlucky to face a strong Springfield A team first of all suffering a heavy defeat. However the girls rallied and were only beaten marginally by ALNS. From this point onwards, the girls began to work extremely well as a team and came out as deserved victors against Springfield B and C teams as well as against Trafalgar.13/11 CBa
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02/11/17DRa9 and 10William Wrixton, Jake Smith, Sonny Southgate, Elvis Gjoka, Tyler Glasbey, Blu Clarke, Samad AminBasketballYear 10 Portsmouth Schools TournamentALNS, MX, Trafalgar3rd OverallThe boys were a mixture of Year 9 and 10 and much like the girls who played the day before, grew in strength as the tournament progressed. MX was the boys first game and this proved to be the most difficult with MX fielding a side full of accomplished basketballers that easily dominated and won the game. Although the boys were beaten in their next fixture, their performance improved and at one point looked as if they could have got back into the match. The last fixture against Trafalgar proved to be the boys best showing, with a number of baskets scored as well as a great defensive team performance.13/11 CBahttps://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B-fMkKhDHA1JLS0xcncydlhkMmc
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31/10/17JJr7/8Laura Hall, Ava E-N, Samm Hart, Emma Dilloan, Pinky P, Aya A, Alba Berisha, Paige Kingston, Verity Mowle, Lucy Mandiwall, Kayleigh Chitty, Molly ThomasonGirls FootballYr7/8 Partnership TournamentALNS, MX, Trafalgar, Springfield, Priory A, Priory BPriory A 1st, Priory B 6thPriory hosted the Portsmouth Schools Partnership Girls Football tournament on Tuesday. Competing schools included teams from Miltoncross, Springfield, Trafalgar, and ALNS. Both Priory A and Priory B played brilliantly on the day. However, after a tense final against ALNS that went to penalties, Priory A were crowned Yr7/8 Champions. Well done girls!!!13/11 CBaOn the Priory FB page
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07/11/2017JJR8/9Laura Hall, Ava E-N, Samm Hart, Emma Dilloan, Pinky P, Aya A, Alba Berisha, Paige Kingston, Maria Da Silva, Kayleigh Chitty, Molly Thomason, Verity Mowle , Isabelle Britton, Isabelle Phillips, Molly ThomasonGirls FootballYr 8/9 Partnership TournamentPurbrook Park, ALNS, MX, Trafalgar, Priory A, Priory BPriory A 1st, Priory B 5thThis week, Priory hosted the Portsmouth Schools Partnership Girls football tournament for Yr8/9. Other schools attending the event included Trafalgar, ALNS, Purbrook Park and Miltoncross. Weather conditions were difficult but all of the girls involved played extremely well! Priory A won the tournament overall, with Priory B finishing 5th. Well done Priory!13/11 CBaOn the Priory FB page
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08/11/2017JJRYr9GCSE PEClimbing and Laser TagFort Purbrook tripThe climbing wall and each otherGCSE PE group went to Fort Purbrook this week. The group took part in two activities - indoor climbing and laser tag. Group focused on developing leadership, teamwork and communication skills. A great morning was had by all involved. All pupils were brilliantly on the day, Fort Purbrook staff even commented on how well they worked across the activities. 13/11 CBaHesta has them or there are some on the FB page
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10/11/2017JJRYr7/8Laura Hall, Ava E-N, Samm Hart, Emma Dilloan, Pinky P, Aya A, Alba Berisha, Paige Kingston, Verity Mowle, Lucy Mandiwall, Kayleigh Chitty, Molly ThomasonGirls FootballEFL CupHants SchoolsGroup StagesPriory attended to the EFL cup at ROKO. The tournament was well attended with 18 other schools from around the county. The standard was incredibly high, however, neither Priory Red or Priory Blue made it out of the group stage. It was, however, a great experience for the girls.27/11 CBa
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14/11/2017JJRYr 7Girls FootballYr 7 Partnership TournamentALNS A and B, Purbrook Park, Springfield, MX, Priory5thThird and final tournament held at Priory in recent weeks. This week was the turn of Yr 7. Girls were placed in a tough group against ALNS A and Springfield. The girls battled really hard and finished 5th overall in the tournament.27/11 CBaOn Priory FB page
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16/11/17AmzY7/8Girls basketballYear 9 Portsmouth Schools TournamentSpringfield A, B and C, Trafalgar, ALNS3rd and 4th overallWe took two teams to the tournament a mixture of y7's and y8's. Both teams played amazingly only loosing one game and drawing one game each. The decider came down to the final game for 3rd place between both priory teams. A fantasic game with one goal settling the score. 04/12 CBa
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16/11/17DRaYear 7Matthew Pilbeam, Luca Giles, George Couzens, Kayden Bokome, Ashley Clarke, Lenny Pitt Stevens5-a-side footballYear 7 5-a-side football tournamentPortsmouth Schools1st OverallThe annual Year 7 5-a-side tournament started well for Priory with a 2-1 win over Milton Cross. The boys then won all their remaining fixtures bar their final fixture when complacency crept in after a fine tournament and they lost 2-0 to Mayfield. Nevertheless the boys have qualified for the Hampshire competition that will be in the New Year. Congratulations boys!04/12 CBa
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24/11/2017JJrYr7/8Laura Hall, Ava E-N, Samm Hart, Emma Dilloan, Pinky P, Aya A, Alba Berisha, Paige Kingston, Verity Mowle, Lucy Mandiwall, Kayleigh Chitty, Molly ThomasonGirls FootballU13 Portmouth LeagueALNS4-3 LThis week saw the girls begin their U13 Portsmouth league campaign. The visitors were ALNS, who have proved to be tough competition for the gitls recently. The game was the first time the girls have played together as a 9-a-side team. During the first half, ALNS dominated and the girls found themselves 3-1 at half-time. However, in the second half, Priory became the dominant team, never giving up and demonstrating excellent teamwork. Unfortunately the game finished 4-3 to ALNS, Verity Mowle was Priory's hat trick hero whilst Laura Hall put in an outstanding defensive performance to win Player of the Match! 04/12 CBaEmailed Clare directly
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23/11/2017DRaYear 7/8James Teasdale, Jed Walton, Sabri Al-Raymi, Seb Emery, Nathan De Beer, Lennon Taylor, Renzo Delaney-Melville, Kyle JordanBoys BasketballYear 7/8 Portsmouth Schools TournamentPortsmouth Schools6th and 7thThe Year 7 and 8 boys were the last of the boys basketball tournaments and played each game in the right spirit. Both Priory A and Priory B teams put in an admirable showing but eventually fell foul to the other schools fielding mostly Year 8 and importantly taller players! The gentlemen represented the school impecabbly however and showed great sportsmanship throughout the tournament.04/12 CBa
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22/11/2017JKNYr 7-9Lewis Langdale, Kaiden Price, Sameer Safi, Shahinoor Alom, and Faisal Almuneef. Charlotte Brown, Daniele Jackstaite, Leigh Waterman, Ntera Nivate, and Shermaine Chin.BadmintonYear 7-9 Portsmouth Girls and Boys Badminton TournamentPortsmouth SchoolsOngoingThe tournament will run over a four week period. On Wednesday both the boys and girls teams played their first round of games. A tough draw of games saw the girls play against Portsmouth High School, Mayville and then St Edmunds. The High School proved to be too strong for the girls but in the second match against Mayville Charlotte Brown won her rubber giving the team some much needed confidence. They fought well in the remaining games but narrowly lost. The boys had a similar tough draw playing against St Edmunds, Springfield and Mayville. Lewis Langdale was the star performer in all his matches. Losing by one point to St Edmunds number one player, Lewis later went on to beat Springfield's and Mayville's number ones. A valient effort by the remainder of the team unfortunately wasn't enough to secure any wins. Both teams play their next rounds on Wednesday 6th December.04/12 CBa
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22/11/2017JJRYr7/8Laura Hall, Ava E-N, Samm Hart, Emma Dilloan, Pinky P, Aya A, Alba Berisha, Paige Kingston, Verity Mowle, Lucy Mandiwall, Kayleigh Chitty, Molly ThomasonGirls FootballU13 Portsmouth Cup/League DoubleSpringfield2-1 WOn Wednesday, the U13 girls played Springfield in a league/cup double header and were keen to do well after losing a close game to ALNS last week. Both teams started strongly, having chances early on. Just before the break, Verity Mowle managed to squeeze the ball into the bottom right hand corner to give Priory the lead. Priory dominated early on in the second half, with Kayleigh Chitty scoring an absolute screamer from outside the area giving Priory a 2 goal lead. Some disruption from the unexpected fire alarm and a pitch invasion from those being evacuated from the buildings meant play had to be stopped with 7mins remaining on the clock. Once re-started, Springfield came back out fighting and managed to get a goal back. However, Priory hung-on to win 2-1 and are now through to the U13 Portsmouth Cup semi-finals for the first time!04/12 CBaUse the same photo from the ALNS game.
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05/12/2017JJRYr7/8Laura Hall, Ava E-N, Samm Hart, Emma Dillan, Sophie Wyndham-Farmer, Alba Berisha, Paige Kingston, Verity Mowle, Lucy Mandiwall, Kayleigh Chitty, Ashleigh Dove, Dixie BoxallGirls FootballU13 Portsmouth LeagueMiltoncross6-3 WThe U13 girls football team continued with their league campaign this week, the visitors - Miltoncross. An early goal from Dixie Boxall gave Priory the lead, however, Miltoncross came back strong to score two goals in quick succesion. Emma Dillan put on a fine goalkeeping display throughout the first half demonstrating that she is quickly becoming Priory's number one shot stopper! Just before the break, Ashleigh Dove managed to pull a goal back, on her Priory debut, with the first half finishing 2-2. Priory came out fighting at the beginning of the second half, Kayleigh Chitty grabbed a goal quickly after the break. Priory continued to put pressure on the Miltoncross defence, Verity Mowle stole the perfect poachers goal and Kayleigh Chitty managed to get a second goal to her name as well as hitting the cross-bar. The score was 5-2 with five minutes remaining on the clock, Verity Mowle proved once again that she is an excellent striker to score her second of the evening and now six goals in the last three matches! A late defensive error allowed Miltoncross to snatch a last minute goal with the match finishing 6-3 to Priory. Miltoncross nominated Sophie Wyndham-Farmer as the Player of the Match. At half time, Sophie was given one job - mark their best player out of the game! Sophie was brilliant and did not give their player any space or time on the ball. We are all fixture'd out now for this half term, but games resume quickly after the Xmas break with matches on the Tues and Wed of the first week back. If you are around, please do come out and support the girls - they do appreciate it, as do I!11/12 CBaEmailed Clare directly.
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09/12/2017JJRYr 7/9/10/11TrampoliningRegional Finals of the Great British Schools Trampoline CompetitionLots of independent schoolsU15 girls novice team 1st and have qualified to National Zonals, U15 boys novice team 1st and have progressed to National Zonals, U19 Girls Novice 3rd, U14 Girls Intermediate 3rdOn Saturday 9th December, a bus full of Priory's most bounciest pupils descended on the IOW for the Regional Finals of the Great British Schools Trampoline Competition. Over 250 trampolinists from across the South were competing for a place in the Zonal Round - the National Semi-Finals. Competition standards were incredibly high and, for the first time ever at Priory, we had 4 strong teams competing across 4 age groups and categories - including our first ever boys team! The U19 Girls Novice team were up first - a tough catgeory considering our Yr10 and 11's were competing against sixth formers. The girls performed amazingly well as individuals with Natasha Higson finishing 12th, Jamie De Beer 8th and Ellie Ware 4th. As a team, the girls finished 3rd overall. Next up was the U15 Girls Novice team. There were 33 competitors within this group so the girls would have to have two outstanding routines if they were to have any chance of qualifiying into the next round. In the individual event, Olivia Rafferty finished 18th, Georgia Williams 4th and Hollie Eeles achieved a fantastic 3rd place! The team event for this category was even tougher, however the girls were triumphant and secured a 1st place finish beating 5 other schools - 3 of which were independent! This fantastic achievement meant the U14 Girls Novice team have secured qualification into the Zonal Round of the British Nationals (equivalent of National Semi-Finals). Third to compete was Priory's first ever boys team, who only began trampolining in September as part of their GCSE PE course. The boys were incredibly nervous as none of them had ever competed before - quite understandibly when performing infront of a crowd of 250+ spectators and a strict judging panel. Joseph Mason finished 6th, Ethan Walton was 5th, Marvin Meal secured 3rd place and Barney Christie won the category overall. In the team event, the boys finished 1st and have all secured qualification into the Zonal Round. In the fourth and final flight of the day, the U14 intermediate team were competing on Jugding Panel 2 whilst Manon Hardcastle was representing Priory as an individual in the U13 Girls Novice category on Panel 3. Both categories were hugely competitive. Emma Walker finished 21st out of 31 competitors for the U14s, Clara Duncan was 16th and Sydney Leverton 9th. Unfortunately, the girls did not secure a top 2 finish in the team event meaning they do not progress onto the semi-finals, but securing 3rd place is still a fantastic achievement. Manon Hardcastle jumped amazingly well and finished 5th overall in her category. A fantastic achievement from all of our pupils and a special mention to Michael Whitelock who has also coached the teams this term. Next round is Gillingham (Kent) on Sunday 28th January 2018!Emailed to bulletin@priory
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