THFC Inclusive Girls Football Festival March 2020

THFC GIRLS SEND MARCH 20APS Girls football team had a great time at the third THFC Football Festival, hosted this year by The Vale School and the THFC in the Community Coaching Team. Unfortunately the current situation with Corona Virus meant it was just APS and The Vale in attendance.

This did not prevent the girls from renewing friendship’s with their opponents and getting to play a range of games. Following a football warm up led by the Spurs coaching staff the girls played some traditional 5- Aside futsal followed by some Team Building Challenges including Human Connect 4 and tag games.

We followed our lunch by playing Football Rounders and giving American Football a go. THFC are hoping to host NFL matches and the girls had a chance to develop their quarter-back skills.

Congratulations to Maddie who was presented with the Player of the Day award for her Positivity.


Team Haringey: London Youth Games MLD Tennis Qualifiers 2020


Congratulations to the APS tennis team who have qualified for the London Youth Games Finals. They played some fantastic tennis matches against Riverside School.
MLD TENNIS SOLENEWe would also like to thank our amazing sports leaders who volunteered on their afternoon off, to come and umpire at the HSSA MLD Tennis Qualifier. They did a great job and were praised by all involved.

North London Panathlon Finals 2020


The APS Panathlon team should be very proud of their achievements at the North London Finals, where they came up against the best teams from the qualifiers.

A fantastic day of sport saw our students proudly represent Team Haringey alongside The Vale and Riverside Schools. They competed in a variety of inclusive sports and finished the day with a stash of medals; a Panathlon trophy and some new friends.



North London Panathlon Qualifiers Jan. 2020

Congratulations to the APS Boccia team who came first, whilst representing Team Haringey in the North London Multi Sport Inclusive Sports Festival competing against teams from Barnet; Enfield and Waltham Forest.20200123_111231

This is the first time that we have participated in Panathlon and all students should be very proud of themselves. APS athletes also won medals in Wheelchair Slalom Racing; Javelin; New Age Kurling; and Relay Running Races.
panathlon-challenge-logo[1]They also got to play some new inclusive sports – Polybat and Table Cricket.

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APS Yr7 Girls Netball Tournament

Congratulations to the Y7 netball team who took part in the Haringey Netball Tournament over at Highgate. APS faced tough opposition in their pool including Hornsey School for Girls, Highgate wood, Channing and Highgate School.  APS finished in their pool in a very respectful 3rd place, behind Channing and Highgate School.  Some very strong play from Josie, Maggie and Rosa ensured the kept the goals out.


APS then went on to play in the knockout stages and narrowly lost to Hornsey school for Girls on a cold Winters day. Player of the match went to Rosa for strong play and excellent sportsmanship throughout the tournament. Congratulations. We hope that all students that took part enjoyed the day and will take part in Netball in Y8!  Well done and thank you for all.

APS’s Chloe selected for Team GB U18 Ice Hockey Team

CONGRATULATIONS to Chloe on her recent selection for the GB U18 national Ice Hockey team. Year 9 Chloe was the youngest member of the squad who recently travelled to Katowice to represent GB U18 Women’s team in the 2020 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championships in Poland. Here she came up against the best Under 18 girls from Poland, China, South Korea, Austria, and Norway. Chloe deserves a lot of credit for her fearless displays in defense, where she came up against some considerably older and more experienced opposition. Not to mention ice baths after a tough game!


Chloe is a tremendous ambassador and positive role model for female sport at APS. Already this year she is a Middlesex U15 County Finalist for Indoor Cricket; has won the Haringey U15 Girls’ Handball and Rugby Competitions, so will soon be representing APS / Haringey in both London Youth Games Finals and recently appeared in a Middlesex U14 Girls Football semi final.

APS Cricketing Champions! Three Cheers!

The APS U15 Girls cricket team were crowned Haringey Champions in the HSSA Competition hosted by Fortismere.


They beat Highgate Wood in the semi final and then Highgate Public School in the final. This led to an invite to the Middlesex Indoor Cricket School to represent Haringey in the Inner Region Final. Here the girls qualified for the County final by comfortably beating South Hampstead High School for Girls 137 runs to their 71 runs; followed by a narrow victory against  Upper Latymer School, passing their score of 83 runs with just three balls of the last over to spare. The girls now go on to play in the Middlesex final as one of the best five schools from all over Middlesex, playing off to see who become’s this year’s top school for cricket.


Another excellent team performance, helped APS girls win the U15 Inner Region Middlesex Cup Competition for the second time out of the last three years. The Middlesex Final is an all day competition, at the same venue, to be held on Thursday 5th March. All the girls should be very proud of their achievement, as this is the first time that our U13 and U15 girls both get to appear in the County finals in the same year.

Yr 10 Girls and Boys Badminton wins!

APS Yr 10 boys continued with their fine run of form in the first rounds of the National Schools badminton Championships. Only a sterling effort from HF school’s county players prevented APS from coming away with gold Medals.


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The Yr 10 girls team consisting of: Jade Thakor-Gee, Phoebe Rawcliffe, Madi Craig, Olivia Bell and Layla Colley… played well enough to finish in third place. Both teams now wait to see if they have qualified for the regional finals. 

Howzat! APS sweep to victory!

Congratulations to the Year 9/10 APS cricket team who won the Haringey Schools Indoor Cricket Competition, making it two out of three years. The girls displayed fantastic focus and true team work, as well as no shortage of talent. APS now go on to represent Haringey in the Middlesex U15 Girls Regional Inner Borough Final, to be held at the Middlesex Indoor Cricket School, where they will come up against the best cricketers from Camden, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham.

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