Berkshire Schools Team Tennis.

     Berkshire School Games were held in July 2017 at Bisham Abbey and organised by ‘Get Berkshire Active’. 

    U8s event was won by St Edmund Campion – Ascot & Maidenhead. The U9s event was won by Western House – Slough.

The Finals for 2018 are to be held at Bisham Abbey on 27th June.


                          For helpful information on what is available for please visit the following site:


Schools Games Tennis Toolkit

The School Games Tennis Toolkit has been designed for teachers and colleagues in school sport, to make running competitions as easy as possible. It contains over 40 resources and templates,  which can be downloaded below, many of which can be edited to support teachers organising intra and inter-schools competitions.

Guide to Schools Tennis:

                                                We offer a range of support for teachers who are looking to develop tennis within their school. Please take a look at our Guide to Schools Tennis 2018 and our school webpages for further information.

Schools are full of children and young people who’d love the chance to play tennis. Local tennis clubs would love to see more young people taking up the game – so let’s bring the two together. School Club Links enable pupils to further their enjoyment, skills and experiences by continuing to play tennis in their local community, whilst adding value to a school’s offer to their pupils. The Tennis Foundation aims to provide as many opportunities as possible for children and young people to get involved in tennis.



Team Tennis School results:


Berkshire Secondary Schools Team Tennis competition 2017 results:

 80 teams from 28 schools entered the competition.

Division 1 winners:   Yr 7/8 Boys – Charters School;       Yr 7/8 Girls – Newlands;

Yr 9/10 Boys – Bradfield College    Yr 9/10 Girls – Claires Court into the National finals for the 2nd year running

Division 2 winners: Bradfield College won the Regional event for both Yr 9/10 Boys + Girls


Berkshire Secondary Schools Team Tennis competition 2018 results:

86 teams from 31 schools entered the competition, meaning a Division 3 was introduced to all age categories!

 Box leagues will be completed by ½ term and then semi-finals + finals by the end of June. Winners of Division 1 progress into the National play-offs. Division 2 winners progress into the Regional finals at Abingdon in Sept.

Division 1 winners progress to National knockout event.

Yr 7/8 Boys - Reading Blue Coat - National knockout beating Bishop Wordsworth and now face Bournemouth Collegiate School.

Yr 7/8 Girls – St Marys, Ascot – National knockout beating Farnborough Hill and then lost to Talbot Heath.

Yr 9/10 Boys – Bradfield College A – National knockout lost to Bournemouth Collegiate School

Yr 9/10 Girls – Wellington College – National knockout lost to Talbot Heath

 Division 2 winners progress to Regional Finals event at Abingdon

Yr 7/8 Boys – LVS, Ascot – Regional - 3rd Place

Yr 7/8 Girls – The Abbey – Regional - 2nd Place

Yr 9/10 Boys – Bradfield College B – Regional winners

Yr 9/10 Girls – Bradfield College B – Regional winners

Division 3  -  Yr  7/8 Girls Winners – Bohunt School