Please support our huge Triathlon Team at Blenheim Palace
We would love your support to encourage our 49-strong Malorees Triathlon team.
They are nervously taking on the open water swim, cycle & run events at Blenheim Palace on Saturday.
Our staff and parents across the schools have been training for FOUR MONTHS – and you can see some of their efforts above and below. And you can read about the exciting event in the Kilburn Times here.
Thanks to you we have raised just over £10,000 already although we would love to be able to invest more in outdoor learning at school, including Forest School training and improvements to the playgrounds in both schools.
The Virgin Money Giving link is at bit.ly/helpMalorees - and donations qualify for 25% Gift Aid at no extra cost to you!
Malorees in the community
Malorees enjoyed the Tri so much in 2016 that we've been spreading the word so ,people across the community could get involved and raise funds for the causes that mean the most to them.
This year an amazing 25 local charities will be represented at Blenheim by 197 people, supporting local refugee initiatives, food aid, teenage mental health and services for the elderly.
Our Team (excluding children's events!)
Please be upstanding for our team:
Staff - Helen Smith (Infants Head); Siobhain Smith; Mike Cleary (PE); Alice McClean; Tyra Jakeman, Elisabetta Olivari, Matthew Wright, Charlotte Barroso, Tom Goodwin/Alison Kelly-Keegan.
Parents - Giles Deards, Kate Norman, Jamie Baird, Ruth Eglin, Venera Itaebaeva, Katie Holt, Amy Sharrocks, Martin Sharrocks, Beth Silver, Chay Lawrence, Anna Smith, David Goodhew, Domenico Sansalone, Gareth Heal, Sally Lyden, Katherine Winter, Lisa M, Muriel Clarke, Natalie Pender, Nick Dugdale-Moore, Paula , Wenda Harrison, Wendy Gribbon, Stacey Brown, Rich McAuley, Cat Hockley-Roter, Tim Roter, Nick Friedman, Natalie Egratides, Trevor Mathurin.
Anyone is very welcome to come and enjoy the family day out on Saturday. Discounted spectator tickets can be bought online.
Please get in touch if you’d like to be part of the team taking part next year. It’s enormously rewarding and a great event also for the children – they do mini-running and cycling events alongside the parents’ big day.
If the Triathlon events or Relay isn’t for you we will again this school year be organising teams for other sporting opportunities this year such as the London Winter 10km Run, our Annual Moonwalk.
Every child at Malorees will again be given the opportunity to take part in an organised sporting event alongside our wide range of school sport programmes.
Thank you for your support and here’s to another very active – and fun for all - year!
Mike Cleary, PE Lead
Giles Deards, Parent Governor
Dana Horsfall, Co-Chair, Malorees PSFA