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Notices: J14

All rowing will move to the hut due to weather conditions:

J13s: 10-12
J14s to Snrs: 8-10


Dear Parents,

I would like to confirm provisional dates for the 2013 Rowing Camp to the South of France: 4th to the 11th of April 2013. All those who are currently J13s to J17s (L4 to L6th form) are invited to attend this camp. The approximate cost is £700 all inclusive however a final costing letter will be sent out at the end of term.

1 :: Training: Remainder of this week:

This weekend (21st is off however there is an option for girls to attend training on Sunday the 22nd of April). Normal training will resume on Monday the 23rd of April ’12.

2 :: Training: Week starting Mon 23rd April ’12.

There will be rowing for all J15s to Seniors on Sunday the 22nd of April '12: 8am to 12pm.

J14s can attend but it is not essential.

The normal rowing timetable will commence on Monday.


Dear Parents and Rowers,

A reminder, you need to arrive before 3:45am. Please ensure you give yourself plenty of time to get to the bus and to get your kit on the bus.

If you have not already read this, please take a look:

Dear Parents and Athletes,

Here are a few minor notes that you will need to know when planning your rowing camp.


Meeting at Headley Way at no later than 3:45am. DO NOT BE LATE! Remember your passport and your European Health Insurance Card. These need to be handed to CM before you get onto the bus.

The following can be confirmed about J14s to Seniors April training

Sat: 31st Mar '12: Godstow: 8am to 12pm
Sun: 01st Apr '12: Godstow: 8am to 12pm

1 :: Training: Remainder of this week:

Monday 26th: 4-6pm: Water
Wednesday 28th: 4pm-6pm: Water
Thursday 29th: 4-6pm: hut
Friday 30th: OFF

Novices: Hinksey Lake Novice Regatta on Saturday the 24th.

J13s: 8am to 12pm at Godstow on the 24th and 25th. There won't be any transport available from school.

J14s to Seniors: off. Catchup with work when you missed school for the Schools and scullers head.

Race Results from the National Heads Races:

These two races are some of the toughest on the domestic calendar with crews from across the United Kingdom competing.