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The Year 7 squad after winning the Inner London Cup

The Year 7 football team have concluded an unparalleled season be securing The Treble after they beat Kingsdale 3-0 in the final of the Inner London Cup on 19 May. The team went into the final having already won the Hackney & Tower Hamlets League and the Islington & Camden Cup without losing a game.

The first half of the final set the tone for the game, with Central Foundation scoring in regular ten minute intervals. Marley scored in the 12th and 32nd minute while Billy’s goal came in between during the 21st minute.

There was drama at the start of the second half when Kingsdale were awarded a penalty but Marwan saved it, ensuring a clean sheet for the game. This was his 13th clean sheet this season. The rest of the game passed without incident as Year 7 controlled their three goal lead to secure the game, the cup and The Treble.

The team reached the final after getting off to a slow start with an uncharacteristically low-scoring 1-0 win against City of London. After this the strikers became much more prolific, beating Cardinal Pole 4-2 and George Green 4-0. The quarter final saw them concede the most goals in the season as they beat Havistock 8-3 which sent them into a match against Highbury Grove which was both the semi-final of the Inner London Cup and the quarter final of the Islington and Camden Cup which they won 9-1.

After a tremendous season, The Invincibles squad have totalled 23 wins in 23 games, scoring 170 games (at an average of 7 goals per game) and conceding only 17.

Maths Feast

April 4th, 2017

Four mathematicians being tested on their teamwork skills

At the end of February, eight mathematicians took part in the Maths Feast against 16 other schools in a competition run by the Further Mathematics Support Programme.

Two teams of four Year 11 mathematicians visited Langdon Park School in Poplar to take part in the competition. There were four rounds of competition testing, comprehension, problem-solving, numerical and teamwork skills, respectively.

The school’s A Team took bronze, coming third out of all the schools with the B Team placing fifth.

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