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Cross Country

Running into History!


Clockhouse exhibited exemplary behaviour, resilience, sportsmanship, and determination at the recent cross country event held at Stubbers in Upminster. The children displayed remarkable qualities throughout the day, making the school proud.

Sportsmanship was a key element that shone through in their performance. They celebrated both their successes and others with genuine delight. Encouraging words were shared, helping everyone to feel motivated and appreciated. The team's positive attitudes created an inclusive and uplifting atmosphere.
Clockhouse had a fantastic outcome at the end of the day, with Year 6 girls finishing in 5th place overall against 24 other schools. Year 6 boys finished with an impressive result of coming 11th out of 24 schools. Year 5 also worked extremely hard with the girls finishing 15th and the boys coming in 10th place. With the combined scores Year 5 and 6 girls finished in 9th position with the Year 5 and 6 boys coming in 11th place overall, what a fantastic achievement for Clockhouse. We are so impressed with the progress of cross country this year, well done to you all.
Jake (Fiji), Tyler (Fiji), Bogdan (Fiji), Raees (New Zealand), Annabelle (Fiji), Connie (New Zealand), Leani (New Zealand), Poppy (Fiji), Amelia (New Zealand), Danilo (India), Joshua (India), Alfie (Japan), Cooper (Japan), Isabelle (India), Abigail (India), Isla (India), Lois (China) and Avani (Japan).
Clockhouse history was made when Jake blew us all away finishing the race in 5th place his performance was credited by other members of staff he was selected to attend the London youth games to run for Havering. As a school we are so incredibly proud of you well done Jake.
Amelia also finished with an amazing result finishing 11th out of the Year 6 girls competition and has been put on the reserve list for the London youth games which is such a fantastic achievement.



The first athletic event of the term!

What a way to start with a cross country competition. Our amazing children had to run just over a mile at the Stubbers Adventure Centre.
All the children worked really hard to complete the race.
Children pushed themselves to their limit and thoroughly enjoyed the event.
A special mention must go to Amelia E who finished 6th overall in our borough.
Year 5 - Amelia, Annabelle and Tyler
Year 6 - Kristina, Tristan, Finn, Harry and Olivia


Cross Country a run away success for Clockhouse!


Recently Clockhouse took a number of children from Key Stage 2 to the annual Havering Cross Country Race. Children were split into categories and raced around Stubbers at a variety of distances.


Each race had approximately 160 competitors and the Clockhouse results were as follows:


Year 3 & 4 girls - 4th Overall

Isla H 8th

Emily P 16th

Jessica J 17th

Kristina P 21st

Janice O 34th

Olivia W 67th

Willow 68th


Year 3 & 4 Boys

Harry M 33rd

Alex C 52nd

Finn N 53rd

Lewis C 56th

Teddie M 59th

Harry S 67th


Year 5 & 6 Girls

Lacey S 31st

Grace B 35th

Temidayo A 78th

Shaila O 82nd


Year 5 & 6 Boys

Jesse O 36th

Dillan C 54th

Jamie S 71st


Mr Yarrow commented on the performance saying 'This is arguably the best the school has ever done at Cross Country. To have a team finish 4th overall and some amazing individual placings is a credit to the hard work the children put in.'


Thank you to Mr Pye and Mrs Schoolhammer for working with the squad and thank you to parents for transporting the children.


Cross Country challenges you both physically and mentally. I have always said the pupils at Clockhouse are tenacious and this just proves it. I am very proud of everyone involved!'