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07.08.2015
We would like to wish all students, parents, staff and governors a well deserved summer holiday. Dame Alice Owen's Science Project with Cancer Research UK and supported by the Royal Society - final outcome!
Please see Press report (and photographs below from our visit to Cranborne Primary school this week) on the results of Year 10 students work to raise the awareness of skin cancer to primary school children in Potters Bar - a huge thank you to Cancer Research UK, the Royal Society, our Head of Physics, Mr S Poliakoff and our Director of Specialisms, Mrs P Perrett, who made this project possible. At the culmination of another outstanding year, governors attended the first of two prize giving's to celebrate our successes and award students with Achievement, Endeavour, Music, Sport, Reading and Creative Writing Prizes.
We were extremely privileged that author, Mrs S Gardener, accepted our invitation to present the prizes to our students and speak about her own personal education and difficulties that she had faced. Mr P Martin, Chair of Governors, spoke about the challenges that faced the governors, expressing his confidence that the right team is in place to rise to the future economic climate, thanked retiring governors and welcomed new governors to the governing body. Dr A Davison reflected on the exceptional work of staff and students, supported by parents, over the last year and students reported on Sports highlights, a French debating contest (in French!) and Music and Drama performances.
The Junior Band, conducted by Mr B Bean, performed Exodus, Lady Marmalade and Under the Rice Moon, choir girls sang Pie Jesu Requiem and three poets read out their own winning works.
As we break up for the summer, our builders remain hard at work to complete our new Sports Pavilion, previously destroyed by arsonists in early 2009. We look forward to our special opening by English Cricketer, Monty Panesar, in the Autumn Term. Over the past 7 months, the Dame Alice Owena€™s Life Skills groups in Years 8 and 10 have been working on an environment project that saw them take a piece of wasteland within the schoola€™s grounds and turn it into a fruit and vegetable plot.A  Mr G Simpson and Mr C Archer, who take the classes, took initial advice from Capel Manor College and Mr I Breeze also helped with the project. Mr B Pepper and the Chamber and Symphony Senior Orchestra's, received standing ovations at the last concert of the school year on Thursday 15th July.
The concert was watched by Mayoress of Hertsmere, our previous headmistress, Mrs A Williamson and Mr E Guinness himself. Our Sixth Form Arrow team will be selling this year's copy of The Arrow Magazine next week at Visitation and Prize Giving. She also has a plea to current Year 11 parents for any GOOD QUALITY old school uniform that could be donated to her second hand uniform stall, as it provides a valuable service to parents with children in the lower school and an excellent recycling opportunity. ParentMail from Dr A Davison - Royal Veterinary College Tour at Dame Alice Owen's School, Thursday 30th September, 2010 - 3-6pm.
So many parents and guests expressed their gratitude and praised the OSA for organising and hosting this event. We must also thank the students, the music department and in particular Mathew Brady, Simon Werner and Liz White, for all their hard work and dedication in school and also for giving up their Saturday.
OSA member - "the concert last night was stupendous - the best I have ever heard at school, and come to think of it one of the best I have ever heard anywhere! Grandparent - "the concert was absolutely wonderful and the standard quite amazing - all the music staff are so good. Congratulations to the U14 Girls Athletics team, who have become County League Athletics Champions for the first time in 12 years! They beat Sir John Lawes (60 points), Broxbourne (53 points), Presdales (50 points), A St Michaels (46 points) and St Clement Danes (43 points).A  They also won the Silver Salver for coming top in their half of the League (24 schools).
ParentMail from Dr Davison - World Cup England v Slovenia Match - 3pm Wednesday 23rd June - school to end at 2.45pm - see letter for details and revised timetable below.
From the last week in June all the way through to the end of term is a very busy part of the school concert season. We would appreciate help moving and setting up tables and preparing food from 10am on Saturday 3 July. Thursday 24 June is the New Parents' evening and as usual we would like to have plenty of cakes on offer.A  We know there are some excellent cooks out there so please get baking and bring your cakes or other goodiesA to the school reception on Thursday 24 June before the end of school or to the canteen later on.
The subject for the entries was a€?The Environmenta€™ and they congratulated all entrants for their excellent entries. This event includes a large number of students performing for the first time under our visiting choral director, Matthew Brady, of Berkeley Carroll School, New York.
Protec player Charlie Goutkin-Smith has signed for Fulham’s Academy u11 squad after a successful trial period with the club. Under 10 Protec player Josh Robinson has now completed his six week trial at Arsenal Academy and has been rewarded with the offer to sign for the Gunners u11 squad. Protec Under 8 player Zak Miles has secured a six week trial with Brighton and Hove Albion football club after impressing in our colts league team in a recent game.
Monday night Pre Academy Development training session at Potters Bar and is by invitation only, players that show exceptional talent in one of our Intermediate or Advanced training centres will have the opportunity to attend.
At the end of Darkes Lane, on the corner of Byng Drive, the Ritz Cinema was built and opened in 1934. 2nd MayA fantastic weekend was had by all the swimmers and their families in Norwich for the ASA East Regional Swimming Championships. Twenty One Qualifiers for ASA East Regional Championships 2016So far the Club has twenty one qualifiers for the ASA East Regional Championships and we are hoping we can add to this roster as we are competing at the Newmarket SC "last chance" regional qualifying meet this weekend.
Potters Bar can today confirm their first signing for the 2014 season, that being current MCC Young Cricketer Liam Gough. Liam 19, born in Dewsbury, is the son of England’s Darren Gough and will bolster the top of the batting order after the departure of Tanweer Sikandar to Blackheath. Having played his league cricket for Oxfordshire HCPL side Dinton, Liam was keen to move and is looking forward to the challenge. Liam is in his third season on the Lord’s ground staff which sees him bat against most of the Counties second string attacks.
For Dinton last year, Liam hit 338 runs at an average of a shade under 25 and we look forward to welcoming him to the club and hope he has a happy and successful time at The Walk. The club can confirm they have completed the signing of Don Manuwelge from Osterley for the 2014 season. Her message was for students to believe they are all winners, if not today, sometime in the future. The stunning music of Haydn, played by the Chamber orchestra, was followed by the school's amazing first performance of a whole breathtaking symphony by Tchaikovsky. Representing excellent value at A?3 a copy, this investment will give you highlights from the year at Dame Alice Owen's. Mr J Godfrey's class cooked Currywurst mit Bratkartoffeln and a vegetarian option, Halloumi mit Bratkartoffeln vegetarisch, while Mr F Stegner's class created Schnitzel.
The work and planning behind the scenes was amazing as always, and with so many dedicated committee members working extremely hard all day (and evening), we should all be very proud. The food was truly magnificent, the raffle prizes were great and very well presented as always (even the pineapples were well received), the decoration and setting was excellent, and whoever organised the weather needs a huge pat on the back !!!
The extra work they put in over and above the call of duty is gratefully appreciated and should not be taken for granted. DAO are lucky to have seconded Matthew Brady for a year from America - he was brilliant and so inspirational. Eight schools qualified for the finals at Jarman Park, Hemel Hempstead on Tuesday 29th June.
This includes a Guide to writing a personal statement, UCAS Talk for Parents Evening 2010, UCAS Talk for Students 2010, UCAS applications 2010-11 Key Dates, UCAS application form instructions 2011 entry, Talk on student finance June 2010 and Year 12 Career Resources Sheet March 2010. Please note that only the 626, 692 and 699 buses are able to come early for the 2.45pm closure.


Students are encouraged to visit the Exhibition during the course of the school day, until Friday 18th June. We very much hope many parents will be willing to join us for what will include an eclectic mixture of food and superb performances from students. Maddie, who attended our protec Academy and Potters Bar centre over the past year showed exceptional talent and improvement throughout her time with us and now joins the U11 ladies squad. Worked a Saturday job in Delmars and remember standing outside Nethercotts with my Guy Forks doll in an old pram thinking I'd do well standing right next to the chippie.
The performance of the swimmers is as follows: -David Shipman (16 years) - Double Gold medal winner and East Region Champion in both the 50m and 100m Breaststroke, Silver medal winner in the 50m Butterfly, an amazing swim that smashed the club record! The MCC YC has recently returned from their trip to Abu Dhabi where he had the opportunity to face a fit and firing Jimmy Anderson and a nigh on full strength Lancashire side as well as completing his maiden hundred for the side. This is a front cover preview, so look out for the bold design around the school next week - well done to the team, who have once again, created a superb publication. Dr A Davison even popped in for a tasting session and to commend students on their combination of language and cookery skills! Booking early is essential as this event is open to all other schools in Hertfordshire and North London. I shall be writing to them on behalf of the OSA to express our gratitude and appreciation.
A fantastic achievement for the team and PE staff who have worked really hard with the girls to develop their techniques.
It had an elevated organ and songs were played on it with the words displayed on the cinema screen. David also made finals in almost every event he qualified in coming 5th in the 50m freestyle and 8th in the 100m freestyle.James Woodward (16 years) - Gold medal winner and east Region Champion in the 200m Individual Medley, Silver medal winner in the 100m Butterfly and double bronze medal winner in the 400m Individual medley and 200m Butterfly. And finally, I shall also be writing to Tyler Rix and the students who entertained the parents and guests after the interval (from what I have been told, they were fantastic). This is an excellent achievement by the swimmers that represented the team in each of the three rounds. The Jade team is competing in Division 2 at Stevenage against Royston, Ware, Tring, Welwyn & Verulam. Thanks to Mr Simon Werner and Miss Liz White for organising for the choir to take part and performing with them.
The PBSC Blue team also recorded their best ever placing in Division 1 which saw us finish in 4th place in the league moving up two places on previous years.
We wish all our swimmers the very best of luck in this first team event of the new year! Hertfordshire ASA County Championships EntriesWe are preparing to make our club entry into the Hertfordshire ASA County Championships 2016. These results once again show that the club is developing a broad base of strong swimmers that can compete well against the very strongest teams in Hertfordshire. Alicia Slater (15 years) qualified for the 50m backstroke and 50m butterfly and Chloe Jacobs (17 years and over) qualified for the 50m backstroke. This additional team will enter Division 2 of the London League and will mean that another 30 plus PBSC swimmers will have the opportunity to compete in this very exciting competition. All had very solid swims, well done!These great performances have placed Potters Bar SC 12th on the medal table making our club one of the most successful clubs in the region.Head Coach Wray said "It is a major achievement to have qualified and be competing at the ASA East Region Championships along with the top swimmers within their age groups. David is now a double regional gold medallist and James is a gold regional medallist and his 100m fly is one of the best swims I have seen!
The event starts on Tuesday 12th April and conclude on Sunday 17th April so why not tune in to watch the very best swimmers competing for a spot on the GB Team for the Rio 2016 Olympics. All members should have received an email inviting them to participate and entries need to be submitted by midnight on Tuesday 8th December 2015. I was delighted with the whole PBSC Squad who at these Championships stepped up their performances making finals and recordings PB's making this our most successful regional Championships. Please see the British Swimming website for full details.PBSC Treasurer RequiredCatrina Church, PBSC Club Treasurer and long standing club member will be standing down from this role in November 2016.
In order to ensure the smooth running of the event no late entries will be accepted so in order to avoid disappointment please make sure you submit your entries in good time. Very well done to all the swimmers, I am very proud of them all"The swimmers and their families would like to thank Wray for his support and encouragement over the weekend.
As part of succession planning we are seeking to recruit a new treasurer from within the PBSC membership so that we have this important role covered. The event is a licensed Level 4 meet and the times will be submitted for inclusion in the ASA's rankings database. Hartham Masters 67Barnet Copthall Masters SprintsBarnet Copthall Masters Sprints was on Sunday 4th September 2011.
This is the first time that PBSC has run a two day meet covering most events in the swimming programme.
Over the weekend we had over 250 swimmers competing from 19 clubs from across the South East of England.
The gala has given some invaluable competitive swimming experience in readiness for the forthcoming Tape Trophy 2016 and Hertfordshire Swimming "Peanuts" League competition 2016.
There is limited time available for these time trials so in the event they are oversubscribed then the PBSC Coaching team will use their discretion. Tickets are on sale on the balcony at the FF and cost A?3 - please see Anita Shipman and Brenda Heesom.
There will also be a raffle that has some fantastic prices including a Go Pro Hero Camera, Thorntons Chocolate Hamper worth over A?65, a Therapeutic voucher, smellies and much more.All PBSC members are encouraged to attend as it is a fantastic night to celebrate the successes of all of our swimmers over the last 12 months. We look forward to seeing you all there.National Arena Swimming League - Round 2Good luck to PBSC swimmers representing the club this evening at the 2nd round gala being held at the Inspire Pool at Luton. We are currently second in the league and a good performance this evening should see us make the promotion final. As a Club we like to celebrate the achievements of our swimmers so on the night there will be presentations to ALL swimmers who competed in this year's Club Championships, individual squad awards, club trophies including Swimmers "Swimmer", the Hurley Trophies, Wray's Award and the Junior and Open Championship awards. Tickets for this event will be on sale at the information desk on the balcony each Friday evening and also from Anita Shipman or Brenda Heesom on other evenings priced at A?3 each for all attending. Please purchase your tickets in advance as this will assist with the catering arrangements. The evening operates as a fund raiser and there will be a raffle, so any donations for this (wine, chocolates, meal vouchers etc) will be gratefully received!Also, if you are able to help on the night please let Anita Shipman or another committee member know as the evening will run smoother will more helpers!
The club has had another great year and this is a great opportunity to celebrate the progress the swimmers and club have made so please make every effort to come along to this great social event!
We look forward to seeing you there and making this another enjoyable and fun night for our swimmers and their families!
If you interested in attending this event please speak to Coach Chris as we need to obtain necessary permissions from the ASA to swim abroad.Daryl and John in the medals at the European Masters GamesAt the start of October two of our masters swimmers, Jonathan Refson and Daryl Mason, travelled to Nice for the European Masters Games, a competition running every four years, involving 26 sports and 10,000 competitors, making it one of the biggest sports participation events in the world. Jonathan excelled at the longer distance event, winning a European Masters Bronze medal in the 200metre Breaststroke with a new personal best time. The photo (to follow!) shows Jonathan in between the slightly taller duo of Daryl and a leading competitor from Ukraine The Masters squad look forward to the European Masters Swimming Championships in 2016, a separate competition to the European Masters Games and then the World Masters Swimming Championships at Budapest in 2017!! PBSC Swimmers make ESSA National Secondary Schools Relay FinalsThomas Stanbury, Ben Harrison, James Blount, Lauren Andrew, Katie Conyers, Phoebe Love and Rachel Connery have qualified to swim in the English Schools Swimming Association's National Secondary Schools relay finals that are being held at the Olympic pool in Stratford on Saturday 21st November 2015.
On the finals day they will be competing against some very strong teams from swimming schools such as Millfield, Bournemouth Collegiate, Plymouth College and Kelly College so it will be a great experience for them.


This is the social event of the year and not to be missed!As a Club we like to celebrate the achievements of our swimmers so on the night there will be presentations to ALL swimmers who competed in this year's Club Championships, individual squad awards, club trophies including Swimmers "Swimmer", the Hurley Trophies, Wray's Award and the Junior and Open Championship awards.
PBSC Team race hard and finish 2nd in 1st round of National Arena Swimming League - London Division 1PBSC swimmers put in a fantastic team performance to finish in 2nd place in the 1st round gala held at Braintree. Well done to all swimmers!PBSC performance report12 PBSC Swimmers enter ASA East Winter Regional SC ChampionshipsWe have just submitted our largest entry for the ASA East Winter Regional short course Championships, which are being held at the Inspire pool, Luton between November 4th and 6th 2016. This is by far the largest number of qualifiers the Club has ever had which is another good indicator that the club is making good progress. Well done to all qualifiers!Club Fees dueThe club training and ASA membership fees are now due and all members should be receiving an email of the amounts owed. Payments can be made at the club desk on a Friday evening or handed to Mel Woodward, PBSC membership secretary who is at the Furzefield most evenings. This meeting is open to all members to attend and it is a good opportunity to hear reports from our Chair, Treasurer and Head Coach who will also be able answer questions members may have. We also elect the new committee to take the club forward and as always we are looking for prospective committee members to assist with the running and administration of the club, so if you are interested why not fill out a nomination form.Club Championships 2015Well done to all swimmers, officials and volunteers for a great club championships over the last fortnight.
The results show some fantastic performances by the swimmers and many club records have been broken so it is evident that we are continuing to raise the bar at PBSC. This meet is likely to be in high demand as it is in a key period in the swimming calendar when many swimmers will be aspiring to achieve regional qualifying times. We are accepting entries on a "first come, first served basis" so we advise you to submit your entries in good time to avoid disappointment.
Entry for this event will be offered to the first six placed male and female swimmers in the open 100m Individual Medley event that takes place in session 1. It was great to have the largest team on the poolside and to see lots of our younger swimmers participating. The Beacon programme provides additional training, coaching, sports science services and educational programmes. The London Beacon programme is headed by GB Coach Lisa Bates who is also the coach to World Championship Finalist Aimee Willmot.
The journey from the paddling pool to the Olympic podium is a long one and this is another step up the ladder!
Well done to Ben, David, James and Morgan.Club Championships and New swimmer of the month awardsJust a quick reminder that the closing date for our club championships is fast approaching so please make sure that you have submitted your entries including those for the parent and child relay.
PBSC Land Training programmeWe are looking to re-start the land training sessions on a Friday evening and these will be open to all swimmers in P1 and P2 Squads. There is a limited number of places so if you are interested please speak to Coach Chris to register your interest. Morning sessions are additional sessions and should compliment and not replace alternative evening sessions.
If you are serious about making significant progress in competitive swimming then we look forward to seeing you at these early morning sessions. The following quote comes to mind "The swimmer that says they can't do it will be passed by the swimmer that is already doing it"PBSC Club Champs 2015Just a quick reminder to all PBSC swimmers that we are fast approaching the closing date for the Club Championships so please make sure you have submitted your entries. The Club Championships are a fun event and all swimmers in J1, J2, P2 and P1 are expected to participate.
The event is a great for our younger swimmers to experience competitive swimming within the club environment and a good opportunity for all swimmers to try and obtain County Qualifying times for the Hertfordshire County Championships 2016. PBSC Club Championships 2015We are now taking entries for our Club Championships and all members should have received an email inviting them to compete. The full details of these championships are on the "Club Champs" page of this website that can be access by clicking on the above tab. Last year's winner was Wray, Head Coach and his son Jack who will no doubt be looking to defend the title!
The boys will also be competing the following week in the ASA England Home Nations Championship in individual events and the 4 x 100m Medley Relay.
He has also been a club volunteer for many years and has officiated at many events in that time. We are looking to recruit more members to undertake officials training and if you are interested please speak to Dani Harrison, PBSC Officials co-ordinator.Morning Training Sessions There are no morning training sessions from Monday 27th July until they re-start on Tuesday 2nd September 2015.
Phoebe has qualified by virtue of being placed in the top 16 in the Welsh rankings during the qualifying window.
The Blue team also finished third in their gala and came 8th overall in the league securing our position in Division 1 for next year. The Peanuts swimmers will be recognised with individual awards during the evening, so please make every effort to come along to celebrate their achievements. Qualification has been by virtue of the fact that they have achieved a top 24 ranking in the ASA rankings database during the recent qualification period.
Please see the qualifiers page by clicking on the tab above for the full list of events they have qualified in.The qualification of four swimmers for the British National Age Group Championships is another fantastic achievement for the swimmers, coaching team and club. Representative Honours for PBSC swimmersKatie Conyers, Ben Harrison and Morgan Newman have been selected to represent the ESSA Schools East Region in the National Schools Inter-Region event that is being held in Sunderland on the weekend of the 27th and 28th June 2015.
This is another fantastic achievement and our swimmers will be competing against the very best in from the other five counties in East Region.This is great news for the swimmers, coaching team and Club. PBSC will be well represented by Jessica Heesom, Jessica Woodward, Katie Harrison, Kate Andrew, Samuel Balchin and Alfie Francis at the 3 day event. Qualifying for the regional championships is a great achievement in itself and we are delighted that PBSC has had so many swimmers qualify this year.
The squad will be joined by Ben Harrison and James Woodward on the bank holiday Monday as they are swimming the 1500m Freestyle that day. The PBSC Coaching team are confident the swimmers will swim fast and wish them all the best of luck!
Middlesex Open MeetA small group of swimmers attended this Level 1 open meet which was held at the 50m pool at Luton. All PBSC Squad swimmers are encouraged to submit an entry to this event.Jade and Blue both 4th in 1st round of the Peanuts League 2015The Jade and Blue teams finished in 4th place in their respective galas last night which is a good start for the club in the 2015 Peanuts League. The Jade Team competing in Division 3 of the League competed at The Venue, Borehamwood where the gala result was as follows: Watford SC "B" (90pts), Berkhamstead SC "B" (176pts), Broxbourne SC (199pts), PBSC Jade (201pts), Stevenage SC (213pts), Kings Langley SC (237pts) and Letchworth SC (237pts). The PBSC Jade team swam terrifically and were unlucky not to finish in third as our position throughout the gala fluctuated between 3rd and 4th.The Blue Team where at Hemel Hempstead in the Division 1 gala and also finished in 4th place. The points totals for the gala were Watford SC (105pts), City of St Albans SC (106pts), Harpenden SC (176pts), PBSC Blue (195pts), Hemel Hempstead SC (200pts) and Hertford SC (259pts). The Peanuts league is a great competition for our very youngest swimmers and it gives them good competitive swimming experience in a gala situation.
Lets have a fun night of fast swimming with lots of vocal support from our supporters in the balcony for our swimmers.There are three rounds in the Peanuts League and we need to draw on a large number of swimmers from within the club to field two full teams.
It is no easy task to field two teams so please make every effort to be available if you are selected. The PBSC Team consisted of Katie Conyers, Georgina Tallon, Phoebe Love, Morgan Newman, James Blount, James Woodward, David Shipman, Ben Harrison and John Cunningham.



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