Traditional fixtures may be on hold for the foreseeable future but competitive sport is very much still alive and well at Pinewood. This September has seen the introduction of the inaugural Cross Keys Super Cup, where children in Years 5-8 have been divided into balanced, competitive teams and will be battling it out on the pitches over the course of the term. Boys will be playing both rugby and football and girls will be playing hockey and netball.
“Pinewood very much views team sports as the bedrock of a Prep School Sports Department and we were keen to find a way to continue competitive matches in a safe and responsible manner,” said James Siebert, Director of Sport. “As with all sports at Pinewood, the Cross Keys Super Cup is an all-inclusive competition, giving every child the chance to get in involved. Watching it reignite the enthusiasm and passion the children have for their sport has been fantastic.”