Arsenal League - End of Season Update

Well done to all of your teams for completing a busy league season in the South Division of the IPFL. Congratulations to Canonbury and Thornhill for winning the girls and boys divisions respectively! A big well done to St John Evangelist and William Tyndale for finishing as runners up too. All 4 schools will now progress to the IPFL Finals Day taking place at Whittington Park this Wednesday where they will compete to win the borough titles. Joining them from the North Division will be Montem Girls, Yerbury Girls, Ashmount Boys and Gillespie Boys. We wish them luck!

Fair Play Tables

After each game this year you have been awarding your opponents marks (out of 5) taking into account the conduct of your opponent’s players; the conduct of your opponent’s staff; the sportsmanship of your opponents; the punctuality of your opponents; your opponent’s willingness to help/referee and any other factors you feel are relevant. This new addition to the league has been a useful tool to encourage everyone to take part in the league in the best possible spirit and for schools to hold each other to the standards we all expect.  

   

(schools with incomplete total games were due to cancellations)

A huge congratulations to Rotherfield for the remarkable achievement of topping both of the Fair Play tables! Your trophies will be delivered to the school as soon as possible. If your school’s position in the Fair Play tables is not as high as you would have liked I would encourage you to think about what changes you can make to  improve your standings next year.

Top Goalscorers

A big well done to Sude Oztas and Oliver Webdale for finishing as top goal scorers in the South Division this year. On top of this, Sude and Oliver both finished with the most goals across the borough, and so will be able to collect their Golden Boot trophies at the Finals on Wednesday. Congratulations to them both!

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- Ofsted (October 2013)