Berkshire School Games Results - Winter 2018

Tuesday, 27 Mar 2018

School Games

More than 1,000 youngsters took part in the Berkshire Winter School Games Festival at Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre, where activities included football, rugby, badminton, boccia, hockey, athletics and polybat.

Over 100 different schools took part in the day of competition, which was the finale of months of competition for students who had competed against neighbouring schools to reach the county finals.

Each finalist was representing one of seven Schools Games areas – Wokingham, Bracknell Forest, West Berkshire, Slough, Ascot & Maidenhead, Windsor and Reading.

Results from the competitions are as follows:





Rugby (yr 9/10 girls)

Holt (Wokingham)

Denefield (West Berkshire)

Downs (West Berkshire)

Football (yr 3/4)

Binfield (Bracknell Forest)

Willow Bank (Wokingham)

Hillside (Wokingham)

Football (yr5/6 girls)

Courthouse (Ascot and Maidnhead)

Whitegrove (Bracknell Forest)

Fir Tree (West Berkshire)

Football (yr7/8 girls)

Bohunt (Wokingham)

Charters (Ascot & Maidenhead)

Langley Academy (Slough)

Hockey (yr 5/6)

Early St Peters (Wokingham)

Wooden Hill (Bracknell Forest)

Cookham Rise (Ascot & Maidenhead)

Badminton (yr 3/4)

Oaklands (Wokingham)

Lynch Hill (Slough)

Cranborne (Bracknell Forest)

Boccia (primary)

Whitegrove (Bracknell Forest)

Littledown (Slough)

Palmer (Reading)

Boccia (secondary)

Arbor Vale (Slough)

JMA (Reading)

Addington (Wokingham)


Arbor Vale (Slough)

Brookfield (West Berkshire)

Addington (Wokingham)

Athletics (yr 8 boys)

St Peters (Windsor)

Prospect (Reading)

St Barts (West Berkshire)

Athletics (yr 8 girls)

Ranelagh (Bracknell Forest)

Maiden Erlegh (Wokingham)

St Barts (West Berkshire)


The event was coordinated by Get Berkshire Active, local School Games Organisers and event lead Sarah Taylor who has been at the heart of School competitions in the county for a number of years.

Mrs Taylor said “The event is a great example of a school sport festival which is run by young people, for young people.

“The roles of the young leaders are key to a successful event. Schools across the county provide pupils to help behind the scenes whilst setting up the event and officiating through the day to ensure it is a success.”

A special mention must go to Greenham Common Trust, Ascot Charitable Trust and Berkshire Community Foundation who continue to support the Berkshire School Games and ensure that the event can take place twice per year.

Source: Get Berkshire Active