Bath & Wiltshire Schools Sports Trust - BWB



The BWBs had their first lesson in nutrition and cooking ttoday.  Charlotte and Jayne guided the boys through the recipes and the results were...mixed!  

Great muffins, not so tasty pancakes and non-existant balls all made for a fab morning.

Forza Azzurri

The BWB enrichment team for the summer will be know as the Azzurri.  The team members have now been selected after a difficult selection process in which a variety of presentation formats were presented.  Congratulations to all; now for the real hard work!

Ski team confirmed

As the 2014 draws to a close, we look ahead to 2014/15.  The Xmas venture is looking good and the Feb half term/Easter venture is also well underway in terms of numbers and planning.


Barters - Smales - Osbournes - Hardings - Robinsons - Peacocks - Sainsburys - Ashcrofts - Portons - Tanns - James' - Pearces

Easter Smiles

The year 6,7 and 8 SMurfs will gather on Tuesday and Thursday this week to participate in a host of activites.

First up on Tuesday is a nutrition lesson in which the boys will learn how to make muffins, pancakes and protein balls! Cycling and training will follow.

On Thursday the smurfs will go swimming after training and will be put through their paces with Shane in the gym.

Cotswold League Joy

Bath played Swindon for the 3rd time this season last week and thus finished their Cotswolds League campaign with a comfortable victory.

Excuse me sir, where might i find the goal...?


ah, so this is where the ball is supposed to go...

The Year 8s hosted a mixed 13/14s side from North Somerset this evening at Chilcompton.  

Juniors bounce back in Weston

The year 5s and 6s also made the trip to the seaside this week.  

Six periods of 15 minutes were enjoyed by both squads in which there were many goals scored and a number of entertaining performances.  Most of the boys were able to make it so it was a good chance to see them all in action.  

Good trip to the seaside

The year 8s made their way to Weston Super Mare yesterday to play their 13/14s team.

The game was greatly affected by the conditions and so it seemed like a war of attrition at times with spells blighted by continuous tackling to get the ball under control.  However, it was a good contest and there were some fine goals scored.

Wet in Weston


No sooner had we warmed up ready to play......down came the rain! Thankfully it didn't dampen the mood of the boys. The team challenges were to show determination to win the ball back by pressing at the right time and the getting touch tight to intercept forward passes. Right from the off the players set the tone in regard the the team challenge and effectively pressed the ball.

Regionals disappointment...but there was cake!

BWB put out two teams at the South West regional 7-a-side tournament on Saturday afternoon.

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