Archive Results 2016-2017
Girls Football Team
Congratulations to the girls in years 5 and 6, who represented the school at the Kingston Borough Girls Football Qualifiers. The team competed against 5 other local Primary Schools, winning all of their games and finishing the event in first place. This means the team have qualified for the Finals in December. Congratulations to the team and we wish you luck in the Finals!
Sofia, Connie, Julia, Ellen, Polly, Katherine, Amelia and Laura.
On Thursday 28th September, children from years 5 and 6 went to The Malden Centre to compete in the KSSP Swimming Gala. With strong competition from other schools, the team managed to finish third in their group. There was some individual success too with Sara Lipka winning Bronze in the Individual Back Stroke Final!
Congratulations to all of the team:
Leo, Dylan, Oliver, Kieran, Jack, Layla, Sara, Eva, Laura and Anna.
Year 4 Football Team
Congratulations to the boys and girls in year 4, who represented the school at the Kingston Borough Year 4 Football Festival. The team competed against 6 other local Primary Schools, winning 4, drawing 1 and losing 1. Throughout the festival the team showed great spirit and determination; passing the ball well and scoring plenty of goals along the way!
Luke, Liam, George, Tommy, Azaria, Danny, Ben and Theo.
LONDON YOUTH GAMES 2017 – KWIK CRICKET
It has been an amazing half term for our Cricket Teams! The journey for our year 6 Boy’s and Girl’s teams began at the Kingston Borough Sports Partnerships tournaments. Both teams managed to reach the finals of these competitions, which meant qualification to represent Kingston at the London Youth Games.
On Tuesday 20th June, our girls travelled to Old Actonian’s Cricket Club to compete in the Year 5/6 Girls tournament. It was a very hot day and a long journey on the train but once we had arrived the team were raring to go! The girls played brilliantly to win their first game comfortably and took this momentum into their second group game, winning again with a great batting performance. The team faced Westminster in their final group game, who had also won their previous two matches. In a close contest, the girl’s unfortunately lost which meant that they did not qualify from their group. Although disappointed, the team were happy with their performance – and even happier when they got an ice – lolly on the way home! The following day, it was the boy’s turn. After another very hot and busy train journey the team arrived determined to perform well. A determination that would serve them well throughout the day!
In the opening group game, the team ran out comfortable winners, scoring 295 runs and putting in an excellent bowling performance to limit the opponent’s opportunities to score runs. Confidence was high and the boys eased through their next two group matches, scoring 326 runs in one match – their highest total for the rest of the day. Having won all three matches, the team had progressed to the quarter finals and a match against Ealing awaited them. Once again the boys batted superbly and nullified the opposition when fielding. The weather was hotting up even more and so was the competition!
In the semi-finals, the boy’s faced a team representing Hillingdon. It was a frustrating batting innings as the Hillingdon team bowled brilliantly, leaving the boy’s with their lowest run total of the day – 252. After some words of encouragement from Mr Clark, heads did not drop and with one over to go Hillingdon were left needing 2 runs from the final ball. Dinel kept his composure and bowled at pace straight towards to the middle stump; all the batsman could do was block the ball meaning the team had qualified for the final!
After cooling down and calming down from the excitement of the semi-final victory, the team learnt that they would play Richmond in the final. The boys were to bat first and posted a total of 245 runs. Although wishing for a higher total, the team were not deterred after their semi-final performance and were brilliant in the field. Great catches from Joe frustrated Richmond as the team’s consistent bowling meant that they were restricted to 232 runs and Corpus Christi, representing Kingston were the winners of the London Youth Games 2017.
A very excited Mr Clark and a very proud (and hot) Mr Sheehan watched on as the team collected their medals and the London Youth Games Winners Trophy.
Congratulations to both teams
Girls: Imogen, Francesca, Nicole, Nicola, Vanessa, Ava, Jasmine and Lucy.
Sports Hall Athletics Champions of Kingston!
Congratulations to the Athletics Team, who – after a hard fought competition emerged victorious at the Kingston Borough Sports Hall Athletics Finals.
The competition was of such a high standard that the event came down to the final relay race, where the 4 x 1 boy’s relay team won. This meant that Corpus Christi won the event by just 4 points.
The team have trained extremely hard for this event and a special thank you goes to Mr Wicks, who trained the team 3 mornings a week. It was evident how much the team improved throughout the qualifiers and semi – finals.
The team will now go on to represent Kingston at the London Youth Games in February.
Liam, Joe, George, Piers, Paddy, Simonas, Noah, Jonny, James, Kieran, Nicola, Vanessa, Nicole, Emelia, Jasmine, Sara, Eleanor, Francesca, Imogen, Jodie, Archie, Darian, Nicole and Maria.
Sports Hall Athletics
The year 5 and 6 Athletics team took part in the Sports Hall Athletics semi-finals on Wednesday 11th January. Finishing in second place in their to qualifying group, they have now qualified for the Finals of this competition!
We wish the team the best of luck for next week!
Liam, Joe, George, Piers, Paddy, Simonas, Noah, Jonny, James, Kieran, Nicola, Vanessa, Nicole, Emelia, Jasmine, Sara, Eleanor, Shannon, Imogen and Jodie.
Sport Hall Athletics
The year 5 and 6 Athletics team took part in the Sports Hall Athletics qualifiers on Wednesday 16th November. Competing against 5 other local schools, the team managed to qualify for the Finals of this event by finishing in 2nd place.
The children took part in various relays, jumping and throwing events. They will now be training hard with Mr Wicks to prepare themselves for the challenge of the final in the new year.
Congratulations: Liam, Joe, George, Piers, Paddy, Simonas, Noah, Jonny, James, Nicola, Vanessa, Nicole, Emelia, Jasmine, Sara, Shannon, Imogen and Jodie.
YEAR 5 AND 6 GIRLS RICHARD CHALLONER FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
Congratulations to the children in Year 5 and 6, who competed in the Richard Challoner Girl’s Football Tournament.
The girls competed against 3 other local primary schools in a round robin tournament. It was a tough start for the team as they lost 4-0 in their opening match but the girls showed great resilience in the next game; Imogen scoring a great goal and drawing the game 1-1.
The team took great confidence from this performance and won the next game 3-0! Imogen and Vanessa were amongst the goals. After winning one, drawing one and losing one game, the team finished the tournament in second place!
Congratulations to the team: Ava, Lucy, Vanessa, Francesca, Jasmine, Imogen, Connie and Julia.
KINGSTON CROSS COUNTRY
Congratulations to the children in Year 5 and 6, who competed in the KSSP Cross Country Run on Tuesday 8th November 2016.
The boys and girls travelled to Kingston Grammar’s Sports ground and competed against 32 other local schools with over 600 children running in the event. Our year 6 boys team did exceptionally well and managed to finish 2nd out of all of the schools with Piers also achieving a bronze medal by finishing in third place overall! Our year 5 team only had 3 runners and so did really well to finish in 23rd place.
The year 6 girl’s team placed 26th and the year 5 girls finished in 9th place!
Congratulations to everybody that took part!
YEAR 5 AND 6 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
Congratulations to the children in Year 5 and 6, who competed in the KSSP Girl’s Football Tournament on Tuesday 1st November 2016.
The girls competed against 5 other local primary schools in a round robin tournament. It was a tough start for the team as they lost 4-1 in their opening match but the girls showed great resilience in the next game; Vanessa scoring a great goal but eventually losing 2-1 to the eventual winners – Coombe Hill.
The team took great confidence from this performance and won the next game 7-0! Connie, Julia, Vanessa and Francesca were amongst the goals. A 4-0 victory followed and the girls finished the day with a thrilling 3-3 draw. The girls represented Corpus Christi with pride, displaying good sportsmanship throughout the event – eventually finishing the tournament in third place!
Congratulations to the team: Ava, Lucy, Vanessa, Francesca, Jasmine, Imogen, Connie and Julia.
Year 4 Football Champions!
Congratulations to the boys in year 4, who represented the school at the Kingston Borough Year 4 Football Finals. The team competed against 4 other local Primary Schools and managed to finish in 1st place after winning all of their games! The boys passed the ball well and showed great team spirit and determination; scoring plenty of goals on their way to victory!
Alex, Lochlan, Ronnie, Aaron, Leo, Ollie, Daniel and Jacob.
On Friday 10th June, children from years 2, 3, 4 and 5 went to Kings Meadow Sports Ground to compete in an athletics event against other local schools in Kingston. There were many different activities and races to take part in and the children performed very well, winning lots of the events and earning many stickers and eventually medals at the end!
Congratulations to all of the children who took part: Zosia, Leo, Timothy, Scott, Emily, Rock, Sebastian, Oliver and Christopher.
Year 6 Mixed Football Team
Congratulations to the boys and girls in year 6, who represented the school at the Kingston Borough Mixed Football Tournament Finals. The team competed against 8 other local schools and managed to finish in third place overall on goal difference!
Lauren, Lily, Rhea, Joe, Sam, Josh, Eun Sung and Finn.
Congratulations to the boys and girls from year 6 who came second place in the Kingston Schools Sports Partnership Table Tennis Tournament. The team competed against 11 other local Primary Schools winning nearly all of their games and playing some skilful Table Tennis along the way.
Congratulations: Lily, Lauren, Matthew, Eun-Sung.
Congratulations to the boys from years 5 and 6 who won the Kingtson Schools Sports Partnership Cricket Tournament. The team competed against 19 other local Primary Schools and managed to win all of their games including a 265 – 254 run win over St Josephs Catholic Primary School in the final.
The team will now go on to represent Kingston at the Surrey Championships on Wednesday 22nd June! We wish them good luck!
Congratulations: Archie, Finn, Sam, Joe Reilly, Adam, George, Joe Bannon and Daniel!
KSSP Athletics Finals
Congratulations to the boys and girls from years 5 and 6, who represented Corpus Christi at the KSSP Athletics Finals. The team competed in various events involving: sprinting, jumping and throwing. After a hard fought contest, the team finished 5th overall out of all of the schools in Kingston!
Congratulations: Lauren, Genesia, Cadie, Monika, Rosie, Stella, Amelia, Peter, Piers, Jonny, George, Joe, Liam, Sam and Daniel.
High-5 Netball Finals
Congratulations to the boys and girls from years 5 and 6, who represented Corpus Christi at the High- 5 Netball Finals. The team managed to come 2nd in their group, which meant that they qualified for the ‘Plate’ competition. Winning 4 of their 5 matches, the team managed to win!
Congratulations: Lauren, Lily, Finlay, Daniel, Rosie, William and Francesca.
Year 6 Football Team
Congratulations to the Year 6 Football Team, who won the Kingston Borough Football Finals at Chessington Community College on 2nd February 2016. The team qualified for the finals earlier in the school year and faced 7 other finalists in a round robin tournament. Scoring 19 goals and only conceding 1 along the way, the team secured first place having not lost a game!
The team will now go on to represent Kingston at the London Youth Games in March.
Congratulations to the team: Daniel, Josh, Remy, Alex, Finn, Sam, Frankie and Billy
Congratulations to the boy’s and girl’s who competed in the Kingston Schools Cross Country Run. With over 200 children from 33 different Kingston Schools competing in a challenging race, the boy’s team managed to claim third place overall, as impressive finishes from Piers (10th), George (11th) Sam (22nd) and Elliot (44th) combined to give an impressive points total!
The girl’s team also performed superbly, finishing 7th overall, with Rosie Watts our highest placed finisher. Congratulations to all the children who competed!
It has been a very busy start to the school year, with children from years 2 to 6 competing in football tournaments across the borough. Children in years 3 and 4 enjoyed early success by winning the Richard Challoner Cup an achievement replicated by the year 6 football team; meaning we have now won both competitions three years in a row! The year 6 girl’s team managed to finish third in the same competition – scoring plenty of goals along the way. A special mention goes to Rhea Crawford, who scored 5 in one game!
In early November, the year 6 football team competed in a 6 a-side competition against five other local schools. They managed to win 4 of their matches, drawing one and securing themselves a place at the qualifiers for the London Youth Games at Fulham FC’s training ground. We wish them good luck!
Year 3 & 4 Football Year 5 & 6 Girls Year 5 & 6 Football