Shenfield High School


On Tuesday 25th June, Shenfield School Sports Partnership run the annual Brentwood School games, held here at Shenfield High School. In the past, this has always been a fantastic event, and this year was no different. The aim of the event was to continue the Olympic legacy from last year and encourage students to take part in new events.

The event started with an opening ceremony where some local Primary and Secondary schools provided entertainment. Shenfield High School student Morgan Hammond wowed students with her voice as she performed an Adele song.

There were lots of activities on offer, being led by external coaches, which included volleyball, BMX, handball, dodgeball, fencing and goalball.


8 male and female students were selected from each year group to represent their school in these events. Throughout the day, the students were graded by the coaches on their performance, teamwork and fairplay.

17 Shenfield High School young leaders were chosen to attend the event, and take responsibility for each age group. As always, the older students did a fantastic job with their leadership skills and coaching the younger students. They were fantastic ambassadors for our school!

The competitions throughout the day were great, with all students in good spirits and enjoying themselves. This showed as you walked around to the different activities, and watched the students taking part in these new and exciting sports.

At the end of the day the results were awarded for each age group, and the teams placed in the top three were given a medal as a reward. Shenfield were awarded the following medals: year 7 girls - gold, year 7 boys - bronze, year 8 girls - gold, 8 boys - bronze, year 9 girls - silver, and year 9 boys -  bronze. Well done to all the students who participated and a big thank you to our leaders who were excellent as always!