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Raynes Park High School has a rich and varied Outreach Programme, which has delivered the following events:

Y12 Sport Leaders 

The Year 12 sports leaders supported the Girl Tag Festival hosted at Old Wimbledonians. The girls were the leads on six skill development activities in the morning and built up their confidence and expertise to be refereeing the full tag games by the afternoon. They were excellent motivators throughout the day and received amazing feedback from MSSP staff, teachers and the pupils. They did such a good job there that we asked to support the Football Festival the following week. 

LTA Youth Programme CPD

We were very pleased to host the LTA Youth Programme CPD for local Primary teachers at RPHS. It was an informative and well run course with local LTA tutor Emma Wells. We are looking forward to hosting many more CPD and tennis opportunities at RPHS, with a Community Tennis Programme in the pipeline for this year.



Merton Sport Partnership Hockey Championship

It was our pleasure to support the Merton Sport Partnership and Wimbledon Club Hockey, in delivering their annual Hockey Championships. It was a fantastic turn out with 14 schools in attendance, playing some high level hockey on our fantastic hockey pitch. Congratulations to Poplar Primary who were worthy winners after a tense penalty shootout in the final!




Fulham Foundation Premier League Inspires

The Year 9 Premier League Inspires group was invited to take part in a workshop delivered by Fulham’s Mental Wellbeing Practitioners. It was an excellent opportunity for our students to engage in the mental health, wellbeing and bullying topic, with the group giving some very mature responses to challenging issues. They even had the opportunity to meet first team player Calvin Bassey who gave an insight into the mind-set of a professional footballer.

Girls Football Festival

Our Fulham FC girls stepped up again to host the RPHS girls football festival in the autumn, passing on some footballing expertise to the girls of Aragon, Burlington and Sacred Heart. It was a wonderful afternoon led by the Football Education girls who ran a carousel of football related activities and then refereed the games as each school played each other in mini games. It was great to see the primary pupils learning from their older counterparts. It was also another fantastic display from the sports leaders with another opportunity to develop their leadership skills.


Burlington Junior School STEM week

It was a great pleasure to support one of our local primary school during their theme week, which had been focused on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). There year 4 and 5 pupils had the opportunity to join our Science and DT departments in a very special set of lessons. The brief was structures and the RPHS team delivered some amazing lessons. In science they focused on the very smallest structures, looking at atoms, elements and mixtures, to give a greater insight in to how the world is created. In DT they built their own totem poles and Battled against each other to see who had built the strongest structure. It was a fantastic opportunity with high praise coming from the Burlington Camp, already asking what we can do next! I cannot thank the Science and DT department enough for their efforts over the two days.


Aragon Primary School Humanities week

We were very happy to invite Aragon primary’s Year 6 pupils to take part in a History workshop as part of their Humanities week. The focus was on World War 2 and Ms Stewart and the Humanities team took them on a tour of Merton during WW2 and the effects of the blitz. The pupils were brilliantly engaged and scored very highly on the quiz. They then had to work effectively as part of a team to build their own model Anderson shelter.  It was a wonderful morning that gave the pupils an insight into a topic they will be covering in class.