2YS Interview: Alicia Wilson

Alicia spoke to the Oak about her busy training schedule, balancing her swimming commitments with work and plans for the future… How did you get into swimming? I got into swimming through my older sister; she was encouraged to get into swimming after a swimming trial at our old school, so she joined a local…

Football Results

An interesting range of results this week. A good victory for the First and Third XI, and a range of close matches for the other teams. 1st XI vs. Westminster 3-1 victory 2nd XI vs. Westminster 2-1 defeat 3rd XI vs. Westminster 2-1 victory U16 A vs. Bradfield College 4-2 defeat U16 B vs. Bradfield…

Dele Alli: A man in the making

Since his inevitable move to Tottenham Hotspur in 2015, Dele Alli has taken the premier league by storm- exceeding initial expectations which were placed on the, then, 19-year-old and “Football League Young Player of the Year”. Just two years on and entering his third season with Spurs, Alli finds himself as perhaps one of the…

Swimming successes

The U18 Waterpolo ESSA final and The Bath Cup were held at the London Aquatics Centre last week, and many of our top swim/polo boys and girls were involved. Both days were drama packed and there were some outstanding performances which were testament to their hard work in training. For the ESSA National Bowls final the boys took…

Victorious Carthusians at Lacrosse Nationals!

Last weekend, the Charterhouse lacrosse team took part in the Nationals at Surrey Sports Park. Despite a wet and drizzly start, the depletion of a goalie on Friday and despite losing a couple of games, we did not lose our fighting spirit! Friday was a tough day as we were drawn into a difficult division,…

Medal winning Ski Team

Racing in temperatures as low as minus 20 C, Charterhouse skiers are tough competitors.

Robinites cycle for Alex

Boys and girls in Robinites are raising money to help support the medical treatment of Alex Smith – an OC with a life-threatening brain tumour.

Girls’ sport reaches new heights

From the Footballers winning the ISFA 7s Plate Tournament and playing on Big Ground, to an all female Cross-Country Knole Run team, girls’ sport at Charterhouse is stronger than ever.