See our autumn term calendar here
See our autumn term calendar here
We are pleased to invite children in KS1 & KS2 to participate in our Intra School Cultural competition. This is for all children, in school or at home. There are separate competitions for children in KS1 and KS2 (details below). The school must pick a
Use your unique school invitation code to compete in the School Games Active Championships
During the summer term we ran a cultural competition for children in key stage 1 and another for key stage 2. The competition was an intra school event for children both in school and at home.
Find out what we are doing to support and help our community to stay active at home and school in the latest HES School Improvement Newsletter
On Tuesday 17th March we ran a Year 5 Orienteering Festival at Stubbers Adventure Centre.
Hylands Community Amateur Sports Club
We are Tennismark accredited and located at the Albany School. We have access to six outdoor floodlit tennis courts, two multi use games areas and a sports hall. Our Learn and Play programme is delivered by the Jack Woollcott Tennis Academy every 12 weeks all year round and it consists of five different levels. No membership is required for Tots, Red and Orange balls groups. We do have a membership scheme for Green Ball and Squad levels. We also offer coaching programmes for adult beginners, cardio tennis for fitness, tennis for girls only satellite club, holiday tennis courses and summer camps. Our long term objective is to create a sporting habit for life. Our ability to offer children and adults the opportunity to play sports contributes to a healthier nation. We also value volunteering and we are accredited to run the Tennis Leader Awards for young people 13 plus. If you are interested in Learning and Playing tennis, Hylands may well be what you are looking for.
Havering Active is an initiative which aims to increase physical activity opportunities and encourage the people of Havering to become more physically active. This website provides information about how and where you can get active in the borough.
We’re called Everyone Active for a reason – we have built a strong reputation for delivering well-managed leisure facilities, which have successfully proven to encourage everyone to be more active.
YMCA is the largest and the oldest charity working with young people in the world. Across England there are 114 YMCAs. Each one is a thriving and active community. A community that is transforming lives.
Havering Athletics Club
Havering Athletic Club was formed in 1968 through the merger of the former Romford AC (formed 1951) and the Hornchurch Harriers Club (formed 1953), adopting Hornchurch Stadium as the club’s training base.
Rainham Cricket Club
Rainham CC was founded in 1896 and play friendly and league cricket, fielding teams both days of the weekend. We welcome players of varying ability so please get in touch if interested. Nets are hosted at our home ground (Spring Farm Park) 6pm onwards Wednesday evenings for seniors and 6.30pm every Monday evening for juniors during the cricket season from mid April.
Formed in 2010, the Chelsea Foundation brings together the Football in the Community and the Education department along with the club’s other charitable and community activities, including environment and anti-discrimination projects.