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Monkfrith Football

Football Fixtures and Results

The football season has began once again. Football trials took place for both the girls and the boys’ teams and it was extremely hard to select the squads.

Mixed Football fixtures and results

13.10.23 – Dick Bailey Cup V St Paul’s NW7 – 2-1 loss in Extra time
21.11.23 – League Match V Brunswick – 0-5 loss
28.11.23 – East Barnet Cup Match V Holly Park – Holly Park forfeited – Monkfrith are through to the next round
05.12.23 – League Match V Osidge – 2-4 loss
23.01.24 – East Barnet Cup 2nd Round V Akiva 4-6 loss
30.01.24 – League Match V Queenswell 2-4 loss
19.03.24 – 7th and 8th place league playoff V Akiva 1-1 draw Monkfrith won 3-1 on penalties

Monkfirth finish 7th in the league

Girls’ Football fixtures and results

01.12.23 – League Match V Danegrove 9-4 loss
05.12.23 – John King Cup 2nd Round V Goldbeaters – 2-2 draw (Monkfrith won on penalties 2-0)
11.01.24 – Year 6 Girls’ Tournament
16.01.24 – League V Brunswick 1-1
30.01.24 – John King Cup 3rd Round V Brunswick 2-2 draw (Monkfrith won on penalties 2-3)
06.02.24 – League V Osidge 0-0
East Barnet Quarter Final V Akiva 0-3 loss
League V St John’s N11 4-4
9th and 10th place league playoff V Wren Academy – Monkfrith win as Wren Academy pulled out of the league
21.03.24 – John King Cup Quarter Final V Livingstone – 5-0 loss

Monkfrith girls achievements:
Ended 9th in the league
Quarter finalists in the John King Trophy
Quarter finalists in the East Barnet Cup

Up and coming Summer Events

Spring Term Events

11.01.24 – Year 6 Girls’ Tournament pm
01.03.24 – Year 4 Girls’ Tournament am – Won 3 matches and drew 2 in the group stages = Quarter finalists
20.03.24 – Cross Country Meet 2pm

Autumn Term Events

07.11.23 – Sportshall Athletics Competition Year 5 and 6 – Silver medal winners
16.11.23 – Year 6 Boys’ football competition – Runners up in the Plate Competition

2022-23 Achievements

KS2 Gold School Games Mark Award
KS1 Silver School Games Mark Award


  • The girls’ team finished 5th in the league and were semi finalists in both the East Barnet and the John King Cup.
  • The boys’ team has finished 4th in the league.

Virtual Skipping challenge

  • Gold for KS1 overall score
  • Silver for KS2 overall score

2021-22 Achievements

KS2 Gold School Games Mark Award

Virtual Skipping challenge

  • Bronze for our KS1 overall score
  • Gold for our KS2 overall score (for the second year running)

2019-20 Achievements (before lockdown)

Football Team

  • Won two league matches and drew one
  • Reached the Semi Finals of the East Barnet Cup against Hollickwood which was never played
  • Reached the Quarter Finals of the Dick Bailey Cup against Scared Heart which was never played

Sportshall indoor athletics

  • Gold medals for the East Barnet Schools
  • Gold medals in the top 6 Barnet Schools Final.
  • Competed in the London Youth Games.

Cross country

  • Meet 1 – 15th overall out of 38 school

High 5 Netball

Virtual Skipping challenge

  • Silver for our KS1 overall score
  • Silver for our KS2 overall score

Virtual Rowing (Year 6 Day event)2019-20

  • 1st and 2nd in the individual girls
  • 4th boys team event
  • 1st girls team event
  • 2nd mixed team event

Barnet Virtual League 2020-21

Autumn Term Achievements

Well, what a great Autumn term we had! Monkfrith are the KS2 Barnet champions. Thank you to all the children that participated across the six competitions and congratulations to our overall winners in each sport. If you have not seen, there is a video presenting the sports certificates and medals for all the children that achieved top scores in one of the competitions and medals for children that were in the overall top three children in Barnet.

Medals and certificates.

Long Jump tops scorers: Year 1: James (gold medal), Louis, Julia, Issa and Rahul (bronze medal); Year 2: Jack, Andrew, Bronywn and Nick.

Quadkids top scorers: Year 3: Theodore, Zack and Erin; Year 4 Zekeriya, Emily, Ben and Reece; Year 5: Rigels, Milan, Jason and Christoforo; Year 6: Dillon, Philbert, Sean, Jack, Leo, Oscar, Paniz and Olivia D.

Boccia top scorers: Year 2: Jack (silver medal); Year 3: Iris (bronze medal); Year 4: Andreas 4SL – (gold medal); Year 5: Kamran (silver medal); Year 6: Philbert (gold medal) and Leo (gold medal)

Football top scorers: Year 3: Adam; Year 4: Ben; Year 5: Christoforo; Year 6: Sean W

Badminton top scorers: Year 3: Leyla (silver medal) and Andrew (silver medal); Year 4: Andreas 4SL – (gold medal); Year 5: Tommy (gold medal); Year 6: Philbert (gold medal), Sean P (gold medal), Mehr (gold medal), Poshia (gold medal), Shriya (gold medal) and Abigail (gold medal)

Netball top scoring pairs: Year 3: Gideon and George; Year 4: Reece and Ben; Year 5: Milan and Rigels; Year 6: Daniel and Luka

New Age Kurling top scorers: Year 3: Leyla; Year 4: Elina and Ben; Year 5: Louis; Year 6: Poshia (silver medal)

Barnet Virtual Skipping Challenge

During Autumn term, the Year 6’s and 5’s completed in the KS2 skipping challenge. The top 10 children from each year group were recorded and sent to Barnet. 17 schools took part; so 170 children overall. Congratulations to our top skippers: in Year 5: Gabi who came 9th, Nicole 16th and Ellie 27th out of 170. Year 5 came 3rd overall with a total of 951 skips; in Year 6 well done to Dillon with 144 skips and Jack with 130 skips for being 1st and 3rd in Barnet with an overall total of 1071 skips.

Our top 10 Year 6 Skipping results

1st Dillon Gold 144
2nd Jack Bronze 130
3rd Daniel 121
4th Olivia L 115
5th Philbert 101
6th Nicholas 99
7th Lemoni 94
8th Tom 89
9th Kerem 89
10th Luka 89

Our top 10 Year 5 skipping results

1st Gabi 128
2nd Nicole 111
3rd Ellie 102
4th Rigels 101
5th Milan 97
6th Emilie 94
7th Hamza 89
8th Eesha 79
9th Alex 78
10th Naomi 72

The total overall score of both year groups makes us 1st in the league so far. Year 4 are up next and then Year 3. Let’s hope we can keep our top spot.