St Hugh’s Invitational Swimming Gala, 1:45pm

Fixture Details


Team Selection







Friday 23rd November 2018


Mrs Felton

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U8  Girls     Ailsa, Amelia, Sophie, Peyton

U8 Boys     Jenson, Arthur, Cameron, Aydin

U9 Girls      Lucy S, Peyia F

U9 Boys    Elliot, Henry J, Huxley

U10 Girls  Beth, Helena

U10 Boys  Harry H ,Harrison, Freddie

U11 Girls  Jasmine, Annabel, Aurora

U11 Boys  Harry M, Morgan

Please check programme to see what events you are competing in.



  • Collect white polo shirt, games towel and water bottle and put in pool swimming cage Friday first break
  • Change 1.20pm
  • Warm up 1.30pm
  • Team caps provided but you must have your own goggles
  • Tea/coffee available for spectators following the event but pupils will return to academic lessons at 3.05pm


Twenty-three of our pupils represented St Hugh's this week at our second invitational gala of the term. This time we welcomed Lincoln Minster, Highfields and Greenwich House. The gala followed the same format with girls and boys competing separately at U8,9,10 and 11 age groups. 

It was a super afternoon and great to see poolside so busy with spectators from all schools! The competition was an exciting one, with the St Hugh's demonstrating great strength across all age groups. 

I was so proud of the team for their performance with a number of swimmers swimming super times and and achieveing new personal best performances.  In addition to this we have some swimmers getting closer to school records so one to watch for the intra-school gala next term! 

It was also very rewarding to watch swimmers applying what we have been working on in swim squad.  A number of our swimmers have been working on their tumble turns and although anxious about using this in competition, they did it and did it well!  Others have been focusing on tactics such as not breathing for the first three strokes or last 5m into the wall. Whatever their focus, the pupils should be proud of themselves for challenging themselves. 

St Hugh's were particularly strong in the relays and I think this is testament to the hard work that they have put in during both lesson time and squad. For a small school we have good breadth and having the swimming pool as a facility certainly pays off.