Thursday 22nd June saw Quest’s second annual sports presentation evening which was well attended by students and parents from all year groups. Harlequins rugby player, Josh Ibuanokpe, was in attendance; he gave a speech, presented the awards and posed for photographs at the end. We were treated to a brilliant performance from our Year 7 […]
On 3rd May, Quest hosted the Jack Petchey “Step Into Dance Spring Sharing”, in which a number of schools participated. Congratulations to all who took part. A gallery of photos can be viewed on the Step Into Dance website.
The Quest Academy hosted a Rollapaluza event for Quest and Archbishop Lanfranc students on Thursday 27th April. Year 7 and 8 students went head-to-head over 250m on static bikes connected to electronic displays. There was a great competitive, yet supportive atmosphere and students had a fantastic time. The fastest time of the day was posted by […]
All in all, the 2016-17 season was a little disappointing for the Year 8 boys’ team. They played some fantastic rugby at times and should be very proud of their efforts but came up short in some close matches. What has been really positive is the increased level of interest from the year group with more boys […]
It’s been a turbulent season for the fledgling Year 7 rugby team, who over the course of their short playing career have demonstrated a serious amount of grit, athleticism and not least rugby talent. Training started early in the Autumn term and the boys were quick to find their feet on the pitch, despite few […]
Every Monday, Mr Bevan takes a number of students in Years 7-10 to Addington Court Golf Centre for some lessons from experienced golf professional, Alex Macgregor. The students have learnt everything from driving to putting, have played on the course and even had a go at footgolf! The sessions have been thoroughly enjoyable and the […]
An excellent first season for the Year 7 boys’ football team. After winning the majority of their matches it is evident that they have gelled well together as a team, leaving a positive outlook for their next few seasons here at The Quest Academy.
The U16 girls’ team often attended fixtures with the bare 11 but demonstrated some excellent hard work and determination during their games. Specifically Lauren Apps who showed great skill and composure on the ball in both the attacking and defensive area throughout the season.
On Thursday 16th March, Mr Bevan took a group of six Year 10/11 students to help at the London Youth Games Rugby finals. The students supported with the running of the primary school event, they were a credit to the academy and worked incredibly hard all day. The students who attended were: Daniel Ankomah, Bryant […]
The Year 8 Girls netball team have had a particularly successful season. They have played every fixture in the league except one. The other school were unable to arrange a date to suit. The squad have been committed to training regularly and have even dealt with a few injury problems meaning some change to their positions. […]