If you would like to attend any sessions please notify staff by Friday 24th March so that they can plan the appropriate number of resources. On the day you must sign in and out at Reception and please remember to bring lunch and refreshments as appropriate.
Years 10 to 13
Mock Exams for Years 10 to 13 will be taking place the first week back following the Christmas break.
It was a wonderful morning to celebrate 50 years since the very first Cut Hedge Cross Country run took place at Gosfield School. Despite the recent wet weather the ground conditions were good and runners made the most of our course.
We had more schools than ever take part, with over 90 runners in the Year 5 and 6 races. It was marvellous to see so many young athletes rising to the challenge of the course and enjoying our wonderful grounds. Many congratulations go to the overall winners from Elm Green School who took home the coveted Cut Hedge trophy and to all the runners who placed in their races. We were delighted that Gosfield’s Year 7-8 boys won silver in the team event, with the Year 7-8 girls achieving bronze medals.
A special thank you to all the supporters that came along as well - it is lovely to see you so involved and committed to your schools'.
Thursday 13th October
Congratulations to Year 7 and 8 girls who played at the National Football Festival yesterday at LVS Ascot. The girls played 3 games in the first round of the competition. Their first game was against Red House the score ended 0-0. The second game was against King Alfred which also ended 0-0. The final game against Ashwicke Hall, Gosfield won 6-0. Amelia Ward scored 4 sensational goals.
As runners up in their league the girls entered the Plate competition and won their first game 2-0 against LVS Knights. Both our goals were scored by Jess Redfern. The final was against Ashwicke Hall. The girls showed great determination and a fast pass from our mid field allowed Jess Refern to sprint to the oppositions goal and score. The whistle went but it was for another match so we had to play on for another two nail biting minutes! Roxy Mitchell and Libby Lawrence fought hard in defence to fight off the opposition and deny them from scoring. The game finished 1-0 to Gosfield with Gosfield crowned the overall winners of this year’s Plate competition.
We did not concede a single goal throughout the tournament thanks to our 2 goalkeepers - Maddie Greenwood and Roxy Mitchell. A special mention has to go to all players: Amelia Ward, Jess Redfern, Rhian Rundle, Maddie Greenwood, Niamh Degnan, Libby Lawrence, Abbie Bretton, Roxy Mitchell and Lucy Morris! Everyone played brilliantly showing great team spirit, masses of enthusiasm and superb sportsmanship. You should all be very proud of your achievements. We are all looking forward to next year’s competition.
We are again delighted with pupils’ GCSE results this year with over 20% of our pupils achieving A* or A grades in six or more subjects. Many of the highest achievers have chosen to remain with us to study A Levels.
In particular the school added to its long established track record for excellent Maths and Statistics results with over 90% of pupils achieving a grade C or above with ten pupils gaining an A* or A grade.
Following on from her brother Theo’s excellent A Level results last week, Izzy Woko collected her GCSE results today achieving three A’s*, six A’s and three B grades. Izzy will be staying with us for her A Levels.
Dr Welch was at the school this morning to meet and congratulate nervous pupils; “It is again wonderful to see the happy faces of pupils, parents and staff alike, as we celebrate results that reflect the hard work and commitment of our candidates. I am delighted to be welcoming back for Sixth Form study so many of our high achievers and wish our leavers every success in the future, knowing that the GCSEs they have gained at Gosfield will stand them in good stead.”