Sports

Cricket’s coming home!

Eoin Morgan’s men faced the Aussies in the semi-final after losing to them by a considerable 64 runs earlier in the campaign. They then returned to face them with a clear aim, and boy did they...
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Must-do excursions to bring your Barbados trip to life!

We’ve listed our must-do excursions, so that you can step off the tourist trail and experience the ‘real’ Barbados on your Sports Tour. Oistins Fish Fry You most definitely do not want to miss...
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Federer v Nadal – Who will reign victorious?

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will come together in the Wimbledon semi-final in their first meeting since the 2008 final. Between them they have 10 Wimbledon titles, but who will reign victorious?...
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School’s out! How to get children away from screens this summer holiday

So our aim for this summer is to get children away from screens and keep them active outdoors or getting creative indoors – whatever the weather. You don’t have to worry about thinking how to...

The start of Wimbledon

Boy, are we excited! Or should I say girl? The continued addition of equal pay for both the men’s and women’s singles winner is just one of the many elements that makes this sporting tournament...

VAR and the Women’s World Cup

The enormous success of the Women’s World Cup cannot be understated. The BBC reported that the 2019 tournament has become the most viewed women’s football tournament on television. England’s...

11 easy ways to stay green this festival season (and why you should)

It’s July. It’s hotting up (kind of). And Decathlon is getting busy. Ah, hello festival season! Whilst some of us are turfing out last year’s muddy wellies, giving our sleeping bags the...

Hadley Learning Community’s trip to Belgium

Described as an amazing and maturing experience via Twitter, Hadley Learning Community appeared to have a wonderful time on their sports tour to Belgium. Both the netball and football teams travelled...

The Women’s World Cup so far…

Following our previous blog in anticipation of the Women’s World Cup last week, we’ve been waiting in excitement for what looked to be the biggest women’s tournament so far.

Can England still do it? The Cricket World Cup so far…

Since the beginning of The Cricket World Cup which began in May, England have had three significant encounters so far in the new and re-vamped round-robin format. Their very first match at the end of...

Rayburn Review with Andrew Rose

Rayburn Reviews is our brand new series of blogs where we cover topical issues in sport, music and education alongside our internal experts from within their departments. In the first edition of...

The story of the Neville twins

When comparing the Neville twins, Phil and Tracey, we must first look at the entire Neville family to get a true feel for how three kids made it to the top of their respective sports.