OAKS Inset Day - Friday 23rd November

School will be closed to ALL students on Friday 23rd November.

Sports Results (Week Beginning 21st March)

21st March 2011

Year 9 Boys Football

STACS v Bishop Challoner (League) Won 3 - 1


22nd March 2011

Year 9 Boys Football

STACS v Baverstock (League) Won 5 - 0


24th March 2011

Year 7 Boys Football

STACS v Archbishop Ilsley (League) Won 4 - 3

Year 8 Boys Football

STACS v Ninestiles (Cup) Won 2 - 1


Individual Excellent Performances: (Who and Why)

  • 1. Yr 8 Football- Kélan Shepherd, Kingsley Duru, Jay Talbott, Divante Williams (Excellent football performances)

Other Activities which have taken place:

Monday 21st  -Yr 7/8 Rugby training (JTH)

Monday 21st - GCSE Trampolining (MYA)

Monday 21st - Fitness Club (PSM)

Tuesday 22nd - Tennis club (PSM)

Thursday 24th - Netball practice (MYA)


Well Done to our Basketball Teams !

Mr Houston would like year 9, 10 and 11 basketball teams to get a special mention as they have all made the finals of their competitions.

The year 9's play on thursday the 31st March. The 10's and 11's play on Monday 4th of April.

Year 11 Birmingham City Cup Semi Final

The game was a very tight affair like last year's Cup Final at Villa park. Tudor Grange took the lead with a well-executed corner and then had the chance to double their advantage when the ref awarded a penalty. Aidan Hodgson, the goal keeper, pulled off a great save and Tudor Grange held on to their lead up to half time.

After the break, Aquinas were attacking downhill and applied plenty of pressure to Tudor's defence but they were rock solid for twenty minutes and managed a quick counter-attack which resulted in a second goal. Tommies' heads didn't drop and they kept pushing for a goal which came five minutes later; their keeper came for a ball and was beaten in the air by our centre forward, Nesta McCooty. Tommies were now in the ascendency and managed to get back on level terms with a slick passing move down the wing and a good finish from Dayle Kenny. Extra time loomed but another long ball and mix-up in Tudor Grange's defence allowed Kieron McCalla to head over the keeper, in to the empty net, and snatch a 3-2 victory. A great come back and performance from Tommies.

Mr Smyllie
Teacher of Physical Education



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