Sporting Success

On Wednesday 2 March The Link Secondary School took part in two football tournaments.
James, our PE Teacher advises that the Fulham FC Inclusivity League was held at the Fulham training ground in Motspur Park. Our best footballing talent was sent to play against other local Surrey schools.
Our Key Stage 4 Boys’ team performed well and came away with 3 wins and 1 loss and finished equal 1st in their division. Our top girls’ team combined with Carew Academy to form a team and finished 2nd in their division.
Further afield at Eltham Goals Football Park, the Panathlon 5-aside Football Day was designed for those new to the sport. We sent 3 teams as well as a training group. All the students had a good day and our best performing team on the day was our Key Stage 3 team who finished 2nd.

Congratulations to all those who took part!

There is a lovely feeling at school, it is always very positive, warm and welcoming – Parent 


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