Four students were among some of the first to compete in the Olympic Stadium on Sunday 1st April. The students represented the Greenwich borough and the Panathlon Challenge to run in a relay over 100 meters. They also took part in a parade around the Stadium to the cheers of around 25,000 spectators which included lots of staff and parent support from School.
Work & Events Blog
In this blog you'll find all the latest information on what the pupils have been getting up to in and out of school. Use the category listing to filter the blog. Click on each entry to view the full page which in many cases includes photographs and video.
Outward Bound Trust Holiday to Wales
MOVE Regional Centre of Excellence
We have become one of only four schools in Europe to achieve this status and congratulate all our staff, students and families who have work hard to achieve this.
Learn more about the MOVE programme www.move-europe.org.uk
MOVE Assembly – Celebrating Achievements
On Thursday 5th March Kathryn Blair (former Prime Minister’s daughter) presented the school with a special award and MOVE students with individual certificates. The School award was for our event held at the O2 Dome on 7th November 2008 when students passed on an Olympic torch to the cheers of their peers and the public using their mobility equipment and practising their skills from the MOVE programme. The MOVE Young Person Ambassador Kathryn Blair presented the school with a prize of £500 to spend on MOVE equipment. The whole school was present to share in celebrating the fantastic achievements of our students with physical difficulties in the MOVE programme. Well Done.
Charlton Park welcomes the All Blacks
THE world-famous New Zealand ‘All Blacks’ came to open the Adizone in Charlton Park and we had a group of students who attended as well as some very excited staff!! The Adizone is an outdoor gym and fitness ground which has been opened by the Greenwich Council to promote health and fitness in the community. The All Blacks - Richie McCaw, Ali Williams, Ross Filipo, Rodney So’oialo, Joe Rokocoko and Sitiveni Sivivatu arrived just as the rain cleared and took some photos with Mayor Steve Offord and a group of Charlton students. Our students took part in rugby skills training and used the outdoor gym equipment, they were a credit to the school and asked questions and mixed openly with the athletes.
Sporting event to coincide with the Paralympic flag handover
On Wednesday the 17th of September, Charlton School held a sporting event to coincide with the Paralympic flag handover. The event included Gymnastic displays by four of our talented students. The demonstrations from Ruky, James, Stephen and Sinead included floor routines, parallel bars, Beam and trampolining. A large number of our students were invited to join in and learn about the different gymnastic apparatus and participated in taster sessions. The morning was a huge success and the deputy mayor attended and presented medals to all of our students for participation and celebrating in the event. Well done and a big Thank you to all students and staff involved.
Head of P.E.
London Regatta Competition
Students from Royal Hill take part in Rowing regatta last sunday. This was along side other schools, athletes who have qualified for the olympics and paralympics. A great achievement - well done
South London Special League
The under 16 and under 19 school football teams competed in the South London Special League on Friday the 8th of February 2008. The under 19 team won all games convincingly with James Mc Leod scoring for fun. The under 16 team played very well against their opposition . The competition was enjoyed by all!
GOLF AT CHARLTON SCHOOL! TIGER WOODS BEWARE!
In line with our successful enrichment programme (rowing, horse-riding, dance productions etc.) we are taking another innovative step forward by introducing golf to Charlton School…………….
Impressive results for rowing students
video coming soon
Students who take part in the Rowing programme show impressive results. They not only took part in the National indoor rowing championships but also competed at the Poplar Regatta on Sunday the 13th of May, despite the rain they put in a fantastic performance………….
Physical Education this term
The school has participated in a number of events this term……………
Random Dance - The Final Performance
Watch this short video of the students performaning at Laban Theatre. A fantastic performance which many family, friends and staff enjoyed watching. The result of lots of hard work by the students over the ten week after school club.
PE and Sports Round-up 2006
Once again we have had a very busy and successful sporting year; our pupils have represented the school and the borough with distinction. The PE curriculum offers a range of activities that fulfill national curriculum standards and beyond, each and every pupil swims once a week both in the school swimming pool and at local leisure centres, our key stage 4 pupils access sporting provision both within school and the wider community.