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Meet the Author: Caroline Lawrence

Wednesday 8th October 2014

St Richard's was delighted to host a visit from the well- known author, Caroline Lawrence, whose best-selling series for children, 'The Roman Mysteries', has been published in many different languages worldwide and won her a collection of prestigious awards.

Meet the Author: Caroline Lawrence | Wednesday 8th October 2014

We were joined by guests from Bredenbury Primary School and Bedstone College, all of whom were welcomed into the Front Hall where they had the opportunity to purchase one of Caroline's books, with the promise of having it signed by the author.

The train from London to Worcester was delayed, so Boz, the authentically dressed Roman centurion, set the scene with much chat on about Roman times which was greeted with much enthusiasm.

Upon her arrival, our special guest was ushered in to be greeted by our expectant faces; the lights were dimmed and we were treated to an inspiring and highly informative audio-visual presentation. Caroline Lawrence's passion for her subject was infectious and we soon felt excited and eager to discover the mysteries that lurked round the corners of Ostia Antica and along Pompeii pathways.  We were told many fascinating facts about the Ancient Romans and Greeks, the unanimous favourite being their use of a ‘poo stick'.  Our speaker enthusiastically produced a replica stick from her travel-bag and brandished it above her head to the enormous delight and dismay of the audience.  Graphic verbal details of its use followed, much to the joy of the children.  All this before lunch as well!

Meet the Author: Caroline Lawrence | Wednesday 8th October 2014

In the afternoon, each child was invited to meet Caroline and ask questions as she continued to share her enthusiasm for her subject and sign copies of her books.

Our day of 'Meet the Author' proved to be an enormous success and I would particularly like to thank Caroline for sharing with us her inspirational and very accessible writing method: The Seven Steps of Writing or Seven Plot Beats.  These may be found on her website under the title of 'Writing Tips'.

written by Mrs Ros

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Form I, II, III Visit to Croft Castle

October 2014

Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014
Forms I, II and III had the most fantastic day at Croft Castle.  They were able to experience different old fashioned games including 'tidley winks’ (as it was spelt in the early 1900s), shove hapenny, bagatelle, tap football and skittles.

Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014 Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014
They also visited the WW1 room and dressed up in costume – and all looked superb!
Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014 Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014


Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014
There followed a trail around the grounds, a story under the Jubilee Chestnut and each child had a quiz sheet to crack a code with.  The adventure playground ended a very successful, interesting and happy day.
Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014

Forms I, II & III Visit to Croft Castle | October 2014


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Wrekin College U11 Netball Tournament

October 2014

It was an afternoon of nerves and nail-biting suspense for both children and parents alike at Wrekin College last Sunday with a cross-country match and an U11 netball tournament being held consecutively.  Parents with children in both events were seen rushing frantically from the netball pitch to the playing field and back again desperate not to miss out any action!

Wrekin College U11 Netball Tournament | October 2014

While the feet were pounding the turf in the Cross Country, the U11 girls were fighting to gain a place in the semi final of the netball tournament.  Split into two groups with 4 teams apiece, they played 3 games, winning group B overall (much to their surprise) on goal points after some brilliant teamwork and fine goals from Kinvara and Georgie P.  This put them in the semis against the runner-up of Team A.  Unfortunately, the pressure started to tell and they were not quite able to secure a place in the final.

Wrekin College U11 Netball Tournament | October 2014

However, there was still one more game and a very important 3rd position to play for against Prestfelde (who had beaten them in their first game of the tournament!).

And what a match … and what support!  With the cross-country finished, most of the remaining St.Richard’s children and parents came to watch and cheer.

Although, St Richard’s had much of the play they were unable to score and in the final few minutes Prestfelde netted their first goal.  The collective groan from the St.Dix crowd could be heard across the pitch!  Determined to go down fighting, the ball went straight back to Centre and was passed swiftly by the girls to Kinvara who popped in a fantastic goal from the far side of the D.  It was 1-1 at the end of extra time too and they now resorted to the ‘Golden Goal’… next goal would win the match!  Parents and children could barely watch but the girls held their nerve, passed beautifully and after a few minutes the ‘Golden Goal’ was theirs!  A hard-fought and well-deserved 3rd place… and how St Dix cheered!

Wrekin College U11 Netball Tournament | October 2014


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Cake Sale

Friday 26th September, 2014


£430 raised for the Pre-Prep garden.

Cake Sale | Sepetember 2014

Thank you for everyone's support and especially to Mrs Harris for this superb cake that raised £170 on its own!

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Fullboarding Weekend

20th/21st September 2014

Fullboarding Weekend | September 2014

Fullboarding weekends are jam packed with fun and activities!  On Saturday 20th September we headed into the Odeon in Hereford, where we settled in with our popcorn and goodies to watch Eggs and Fish a very entertaining film.  Following this we set off to Pizza Express.  It was fantastic!  Everybody had a hat and decorated them with stickers.  The pizzas were delicious, after this we had raspberry sorbet with chocolate sauce or chocolate fudge cake – a definite favourite!
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Snowdome Sunday was amazing!  We enjoyed tobogganing and tubing in freezing conditions.  Maria, one of the overseas students, had never seen snow so she was really excited.  When it was time for me to go down the slope I was slightly nervous but I had seen everybody else go down and they were fine so off I slid, lights and music all the way down!  We were ready for McDonalds after this – a great end to the day.
Fullboarding Weekend | September 2014
Fullboarding Weekend | September 2014
Fullboarding Weekend | September 2014
Fullboarding Weekend | September 2014

written by Natasia Singleton

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Tetrathlon 2014

Sunday 14th September 2014

From Tri- to Tetra-thlon:
Running, Shooting, Riding and now Swimming!
Increased turnout at St. Richard’s second Pony Club
Multi-event ensures successful day for all!


Last Sunday, St.Richard’s School, Bredenbury, held their second annual Pony Club multi-event, a Tetrathlon, building on the huge success of their inaugural Triathlon the previous year. Run by the North Hereford Hunt Pony Club (NHHPC), 85 participants (over a quarter more than last year), aged from 4 to 14, swam, shot, ran and rode their way around the beautiful grounds and cross country course of the rural, independent school near Bromyard. Many local pony clubs such as the Ledbury; South Hereford & Ross Harriers; Radnor & West Hereford and the Ludlow, entered teams, as well as those from further afield such as the Heythrop and Cotswold Vale pony clubs. A number of St.Richard’s pupils also participated representing the NHHPC.

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The day was expertly organised by St.Richard’s parent, Rachel Barrett and NHHPC District Commissioner, Jane Sale, who drew on volunteers from St.Richard’s parent’s body, the staff and friends of the Pony Club. ‘This was a brilliantly organised event by the NHHPC held in the most fantastic setting of St.Richard’s School’, enthused North Herefordshire Hunt parent, Belinda McMullen whose two children were competing.

St.Richard’s Headmaster, Fred de Falbe, commented, ‘The increase in the number of competitors this year from both the immediate vicinity and further afield show what a popular event this has become. It was an honour to be asked to give out the prizes again and to be able to hold the shooting event in our newly refurbished sports hall.’

ST RICHARD'S RESULTS

MINIMUS GIRLS

Geogia
12th in Swimming, 3rd in Shooting, 7th in Running,
1st= in Riding, 4th overall (out of 16)
Tetrathlon 2014 | 4th September 2014

Tiggy
14th in Swimming, 8th in Shooting, 15th in Running
1st= in Riding, 9th overall (out of 16) Tetrathlon 2014 | 4th September 2014


NOVICE JUNIOR BOYS

Louis
2nd in Swimming, 1st in Shooting, 3rd in Running
4th in Riding, 3rd overall (out of 5) Tetrathlon 2014 | 4th September 2014

Many thanks to Pearson Eventing for these photographs.



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INDIVIDUAL WINNERS

Class One, Tiddlers boys & girls (4-7 years)
George Duff, North Hereford
Class Two, Tadpoles boys (8-9 years)
Finlay Davison, North Hereford
Class Three, Tadpoles girls (8-9 years)
Charlotte Smith, Radnor and West Hereford
Class Four, Minimus girls (10-11)
Lottie Roberts, Cotswold Vale
Class Five, Minimus boys (10-11)
Charlie Brown, Ludlow
Class Six, Novice boys (12-13)
George Daly, Ludlow
Class Seven, Novice girls (12-13)
Poppy May, Ludlow

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TEAM WINNERS

Class One: Ludlow
Class Two: North Hereford
Class Three: North Hereford/Heythrop
Class Four: North Hereford
Class Five: Ludlow
Class Six: North Hereford/Ledbury
Class Seven: Ludlow

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Lucy's Athletic Successes

Summer 2014

Lucy has made a successful start to her athletics career, representing Worcester Athletics Club
as an under-11!

Lucy's Athletic Successes | Summer 2014
In the Club Championships on the 7th September, she came joint first in the 75m sprint setting a new girls U11 club record of 11.4 seconds.

Lucy's Athletic Successes | Summer 2014
This was followed by a PB in the U11 long jump of 3.76m (also beating the first U13 girl by 1cm!).

Lucy's Athletic Successes | Summer 2014
Finally, she wrapped the day up with a first in the girls U11 vortex howler of 22.17m (another club record).

Lucy's Athletic Successes | Summer 2014
These wins followed her first athletics match at the Cheltenham Young Athletes Open conducted in torrential rain on Bank Holiday Monday, 25th August.  Despite the weather, she managed to win the overall U11 multi-sport award, gaining a gold and two silvers for the U11 speed bounce, 75m and long jump respectively.

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Activities Day

June 2014

Eagles, vultures, skunks, lizards, armadillos, tortoises, meerkats, owls, snakes, hedgehogs and spiders in the morning...
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...gory makeup in the afternoon...
Activities Day | June 2014 Activities Day | June 2014 ...followed by a game of cricket and the traditional waterslide - all made for another happy Activities Day at St Richard's.

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Gymkhana

Thursday 5th June 2014

Gymkhana | Thursday 5th June 2014
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Richard's Report
Edition 1

Lent 2014

Richard's Report | Edition 1 | Lent 2014

Click here to download the first edition of Richard's Report, a new school Newsletter, designed and created by Danny Clark and the Sixth Form. Close

Welcome to the News Page

Click on the news item you would like to see.

Commemoration of the Great War This term we will be remembering the First World War with a dedicated day on Monday 10th November.  As part of our homage we have asked each pupil to investigate their own family history during the period 1914-1918.  Items will be posted to the website over the next few weeks.

The picture shown here was made by pupils in Form VI (Year 8) during the Summer Term 2014.  They drew the picture, then moulded the figures using plasticine, built it up with paper and graphite and then highlighted the raised areas.

Narnia by Form VI
St Richard's celebrate Jubilee Day, June 2012
Yes, we know this out-of-date, but have brought it out of the archives due to popular demand!  We challenge you to watch it and not gulp.
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Please feel free to email the school with your news.

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Shrewsbury Hunt Cross Country

Sunday 12th October 2014

St Richard’s retain U11 girls’ trophy and gain an U13 trophy too!

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Great performances all round showed the true stamina and determination of our five teams of St Richard’s children who competed at the Shrewsbury 4th Annual Prep Schools Hunt on October 12th.  With over 200 runners in total and schools from as far afield as Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire and Derbyshire, the competition was stiff.

To add to the excitement, all medals were presented by former Kenyan Olympic gold medalist, John Ngugi (1988 Seoul Olympics, 5000m)!

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The U11 girls and boys ran a 1.5 mile course following ‘the hare’ (a Huntsmen from the Shrewsbury Hunt, the world’s oldest established cross country club), who blew a horn to start the race.  Both teams ran well but the girls, in particular, showed that their success at Wrekin the previous week was no fluke.  Laura (1st), Tatiana (2nd) Lucy (10th) and Morgan (12th) secured the A team the overall U11 trophy for the second year running (just 1 point ahead of Maidwell Hall School from Northamptonshire).   The U11 B team also acquitted themselves well trying to chase down the A team!

The U11 boys put in a valiant effort with Alex P, Daniel, Bill and Archie showing they are made of strong stuff but unfortunately this was not quite enough to gain them a place in the top three teams.

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Not to be outdone, the U13 boys and girls set off bravely on an extended course of just over 2 miles.

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The U13 girls upped their game, showing exceptional grit and determination to take the team trophy in the age category for the first time.

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Fine runs from Mary (3rd) Cecilia (5th), India (8th), Imogen (16th), Jess K-S (17th) and Molly (19th) secured this victory.

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The U13 boys also showed they were in good form battling against some outstanding competition from Maidwell Hall.  Thomas battled for a well-deserved 8th place with his team members: Patrick, Alex W, Thomas G, George and Carlos bringing the team home to a well-earned 4th place.

Parents and staff supported brilliantly and the ‘family atmosphere’ of the St.Richard’s group was commented on by other parents.   Well done to everyone involved.


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National Schools Equestrian Association's 'Jumping with Style'

October 2014

St Richard's entered a team at the National Schools Equestrian Association's 'Jumping with Style' event at the prestigious Hartpury College's Equestrian Centre.

National Schools Equestrian Association's 'Jumping with Style' | October 2014
The team of four were Jess on Smokey Joe, Tiggy on Chester, Molly on Timmy and Georgia on Jason with Mrs P as Team manager.

It was the girls' first competition of this kind where they were judged on their style as well as any penalties for faults incurred with an optimum time to think about too.  So Mrs P's experience and guidance was very much needed and appreciated (by the Mums too!).

National Schools Equestrian Association's 'Jumping with Style' | October 2014

The first half of the course were show jumps, then they had to change to a cross-country position to ride the remaining jumps which were rustic and quite challenging.

National Schools Equestrian Association's 'Jumping with Style' | October 2014
We were so proud of them to come 6th out of eighteen teams.  It was a huge achievement and a great day out was had by all.  Beautiful rosettes to take home and very happy memories of camaraderie and a delicious picnic!

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CAFOD
Harvest Family Fast Day

Friday 3rd October 2014

War, Evacuation and Refugee experience
raises £320 for CAFOD’s Syrian refugees
(see article below)

and visit War Comes to Local School!
to read it as reported by the Hereford Times.

CAFOD Harvest Family Fast Day | Friday 3rd October 2014

The children had an unusual experience at the end of their Friday assembly last week when they suddenly heard sounds of battle and it was reported that their dining room had been destroyed!  Smoke billowed into the Assembly Hall and their Fire Officer ordered an immediate evacuation of the school.

CAFOD Harvest Family Fast Day | Friday 3rd October 2014
Pupils were escorted to the safety of a UNHCR refugee camp and feeding centre in their external Games Hall...

...where a camp had been erected...
CAFOD Harvest Family Fast Day | Friday 3rd October 2014
CAFOD Harvest Family Fast Day | Friday 3rd October 2014

...and soup and lunch was served by a group of strangers (volunteers from St.Joseph’s Parish, Bromyard). CAFOD Harvest Family Fast Day | Friday 3rd October 2014

The children ate in stunned silence on mats on the floor.
CAFOD Harvest Family Fast Day | Friday 3rd October 2014

The shock exercise organised by Hardy and Mr Barrett was to highlight the work that CAFOD is doing helping Syrian refugees who have fled to Turkey.  The surprise element of the experience was to help the children understand the suddenness and uncertainty of life in a warzone and refugee camp.

Children also had a competition for the ‘Best Silly Vegetable’ to illustrate the ‘silly’ ways in which we waste food because it doesn’t look perfect! This was won by Bill and his amazing carrot.
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Thank you to all the pupils and families who contributed.

Please click here to find out more about CAFOD.


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Wrekin College Cross-Country

October 2014

It was an afternoon of nerves and nail-biting suspense for both children and parents alike at Wrekin College last Sunday with a cross-country match and an U11 netball tournament being held consecutively.  Parents with children in both events were seen rushing frantically from the netball pitch to the playing field and back again desperate not to miss out any action!

Wrekin College Cross-Country | October 2014
Wrekin College Cross-Country | October 2014
Wrekin College Cross-Country | October 2014
The U11 girls set the bar high in the first race, running their way to a resounding team victory with their first four counters taking one of the top 5 places!  Laura ran strongly to take 1st place, closely followed by Tatiana in 2nd. Jessica's running debut gained her a 4th place, with Sophie hot on her heels in 5th.

Wrekin College Cross-Country | October 2014
Wrekin College Cross-Country | October 2014
Following this fine example, the U13 girls were not to disappoint.  Mary fought hard to claim 1st place, followed by Ceci in 3rd, India in 5th and Imogen in 7th.  Jessica and Georgia were also not far behind.  This secured a second team victory for the U13 girls.

Wrekin College Cross-Country | October 2014
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The boys showed some good performances too – especially Thomas who gained a worthy 2nd place in the U13 races.  In addition, many of the U11 teams had U9 Form I & II pupils running for the first time, showing some great future potential!

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Inter-School Showjumping
at Lucton

Saturday 27th September, 2014

Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014
The St Richard’s team of Tiggy, Molly, Georgia and Jess all rode creditably to WIN the 60cms class.

In Class 4, the 70 cms class, the team, with a total of four faults came 3rd.   The girls were VERY well turned out in their ratcatcher dress with the marvellous addition of the stocks made by Mrs Cowan Taylor.  Their hair was put up in to buns too.  That looks SO professional.

Mary and Laura competed too.  They both rode a couple of clear rounds in class 2 and 3 with Mary gaining a 3rd placed rosette.

Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014
Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014
Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014
Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014
Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014
Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014

It was so nice to all travel together in our HGV.  Successful days at competitions always make the journey home more enjoyable!   Rachel Barrett took coffee and mugs, Jo Baker brought rolls and squash and I baked a cake.  I must say, we were the envy of many as we sat down around our table with our picnic!
Inter-School Showjumping | at Lucton | Saturday 27th September 2014


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Hockey and Rugby Skills Day
at Dean Close

Monday 22nd September 2014

Last Monday, Form IV girls: Arabella, Tatiana, Lucy and Georgie, and Form IV boys: Rory, William and Tom, had a super day improving their hockey and rugby skills at Dean Close School in Cheltenham.
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Dean Close Hockey and Rugby Skills Day | September 2014
The girls were very fortunate to be coached by two GB players: Susannah Townsend (GB/England) and Liam Brignull (GB/Wales).
Dean Close Hockey and Rugby Skills Day | September 2014
The day started with our girls being split up and placed in one of six teams to practice skills and drills in the morning, followed by match play and a mini tournament in the afternoon.  Our girls played superbly and out of the 50 or so girls who attended the day, Arabella, Tatiana and Lucy were all nominated ‘most improved player’ for their respective teams, obtaining a water bottle as a prize! Dean Close Hockey and Rugby Skills Day | September 2014
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Dean Close Hockey and Rugby Skills Day | September 2014
The boys had an equally enjoyable time being coached by a RFU level 5 coach, Andrew Stanley, formally of Gloucester, RFC, who is now Director of Rugby at Dean Close.  Again, the morning involved drills, with the afternoon focusing on a video coaching session followed by some conditioned matches.
Dean Close Hockey and Rugby Skills Day | September 2014


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(what they wrote about us...)


Hold on to your hats: 'Mr Fab, has landed.  It was a great coup for St Richard's to land Fred de Falbe as its new head, fresh from Knightsbridge School, where he was deputy head - a giant step from chichi SW1 to leafy Bromyard, but a very successful one.  'Herefordshire school to teach Chinese,' reported the local paper incredulously - but introducing Mandarin is just the start of it.  Boarding numbers are up, buoyed by ambitious trips for full-boarders and the introduction of riding weekends.  Lots of whizzy IT stuff too, including new ipads.  The sports teams are, says Fred, in 'flourishing form' - particular credit to the cross-country girls.  Some 78 per cent of last year's leavers won scholarships.  Underpinning all this is the school's Catholic ethos, 'delivered in an unpushy way', we're told. Local rivals need to watch out: the new, improved St Richard's is ab fab.

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First Boarding Weekend of the Year

6th/7th September 2014


Form II (Year 4) made a video of their visit.
Click here to watch it

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First Boarding Weekend of the Year | 6th/7th September 2014
Fantastic first boarding weekend of the year... All of Form II came, with a Sunday visit to High Mass at the Birmingham Oratory and then to the National Science Festival at the University of Birmingham. Robots, dodgems and a beautiful day in the sunshine.

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Motorcross Successes

Summer 2014

Motorcross successes for St Richard's boys | Summer 2014

At the Bridgestone National I competed in the Motorcross.  There were 6 rounds you had to do or more to get one.  I competed in all 6 and came 13th overall, and received a gold medal.  This was the final sponsored by Lockton and BSMA hosted the event. It was all the different clubs racing together.  It was at a sand track where I came 14th.

Thomas



Motorcross successes for St Richard's boys | Summer 2014

I competed in the Motorcross Championship at Weatheroak in the Cotswolds.  I came 1st out of 12 in the 65CC.

Will



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Leavers' Week

Summer 2014


Below are a few images to give a taster of the many things the Leavers 2014 did during their two weeks.


If you have any photos from the fortnight that you would like to add to this page then please send them to the School Office.

Click here to see the slide show that they created for the last day of term (it's on YouTube and will open in a new window) and here for their 'Rather be' video.

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Leavers' Disco...

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...Beach Ride...

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...Staff vs Leavers rounders...

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...Staff vs Leavers cricket.

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Lucton Aquathlon - a winning quartet!

Monday 30th June, 2014

Four St Richard's girls showed their strength and stamina when they competed in the 4th Lucton School Aquathlon on 30th June.  Despite fielding the smallest number of competitors in the event, St Richard's showed the other schools that their girls meant business!

They first swam in the pool before transitioning in the sports hall and then running several laps of the playing field in very hot and humid conditions.  All four of them performed brilliantly and all were placed in the first three of their age category.

Lucton Aquathlon | Monday 30th June, 2014
1st place, Year 6: Mary Hayton-Lee
swam 8 laps and ran 2000 metres

2nd place, Year 5: Lucy Marriott
swam 6 laps and ran 1600 metres

3rd place, Year 5: Sophie Collins
6 laps and 1600 metre run

2nd place, Year 4: Laura Hayton-Lee
4 laps and 1200 metre run

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Congratulations to them all for some splendid performances.

Lucton Aquathlon | Monday 30th June, 2014
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North Herefor Hunt Pony Club

MounteD Games

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Georgia Barrett and her North Hereford Hunt Pony Club team have been successful in their recent Mounted Games competitions.

What started as a bit of non-competitive fun has taken them to now qualify for the Pony Club Championships in August at Cholmondeley Castle, Cheshire.

The team have also been invited to compete at The CLA Game Fair at Blenheim Palace on Saturday 19th July and would welcome lots of supporters please.  North Hereford need all the support they can get as we'll be up against the best in the country!  No exaggeration!

We have also been invited to the Herefordshire County Fair on Sunday 3rd August so if you are going to be there please come and cheer Georgia and her team on.

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Five Pupils are Confirmed

by His Grace George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff
Monday 16th June 2014

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