Inter House 4-SQUARE


· Each house will play each other once over the course of the Spring term.

· Each match will last 15 minutes comprising of X5 3 minute rounds.

· Each team will be made up of 12 players per side and must include at least one representative from year 3, 4, 5 and 6. 

· A team will receive;

o 1 point at the end of a match if their representative is in the ‘king square’ when the 3 minute games have elapsed, 

The team that accrues the most points over the ‘season’ will be adjudged as the winners. 

If the two teams at the top of the league finish the season with the same points, then an additional match will be played out following the rules above to establish a winner.   

· Each match will start at 12.20 p.m. on the days listed below.

· Each match will start with alternating players from opposing teams lining up in chronological, year group order from y3 upwards. A toss of a coin or another method will be used with captains to determine the order and subsequent year 3 that will start in the ‘king square’

Sapphire 3 v 2 Garnet

Southgate A (Game 1) Garnet,  Aylott (Game 2) Sapphire,  Southgate L (Game 3) Garnet, Mustoe (Game 4) Sapphire and Aylott (Game 5) Sapphire

Emerald v Citrine

Garnet v Emerald

Sapphire v Citrine

Garnet v Citrine

Sapphire v Emerald

Inter House Football 2020


Sapphire 1 Citrine 1

White (5) Davitt (12)

Garnet 1 Citrine 0

Green (19)

Garnet 1 Sapphire 1

Paul (3) Gaskell (2)

Garnet 1 Emerald 0

Yerby (9)

Garnet 1 Sapphire 0

Yerby (6)

Emerald 3 Citrine 0

Davitt (6)

Hussain (10)

Randolph (15)

Inter-school sport


Robertswood 3 The Stoke Poges School 3 - 10/03/20

The winter break wasn’t enough to break old habits as Robertswood let a two-goal lead slip against The Stoke Poges School. Two goals from RH and one from HW meant that the home side registered their second point of the season with a second successive draw and keep their hopes alive of winning league A. 

Robertswood play well in the EFL cup - 28/11/19

Had a great first half of the tournament. Won our group, beating Seer Green and Lent Rise comfortably and then drawing our final game against St Teresa's to qualify as group winners for the next stage. RH and JS with goals and CB super in goal as always. Superb TEAM effort!

A much higher standard in the second half of the tournament with Robertswood losing the first two games. The team have been excellent in the way they have tried to play the game which has been great to see.  

Under 10 have a nervous wait 18/11/19

Robertswood will have to wait nervously to see whether they progress to the knockout phase of the year 5 season-long tournament as best runners up after losing 4-2 to Seer Green. The home side were behind early on in the game conceding an unlucky goal resulting from a ricochet off the goalkeeper. Robertswood went onto play some assured and attractive football but were unable to convert several of their chances. Meanwhile, Seer Green capitalized on the home side’s misfortune and extended their lead as Robertwood’s shape deteriorated. Robertswood managed to rally late on and score a second goal.

Robertswood finish as runners up at County finals 16/11/19

Robertswood came agonisingly close to winning the county finals but lost 4-3 on penalties to Haddenham.

Here’s how the morning unfolded. 

Match 1 - Won the first game 1-0 against Downley.  Brilliant defence and super goal on the break from AY!  One more game in the group stage and then semi-finals at least to come.

Match 2 Tightly fought 0-0 against William Harding neither sides had chances to score. However, the draw is enough to go through as group winners!

Match 3 Just about to kick off the semi vs Great Missenden (Again!) 1-1 after extra time - penalties HW with a very deserved equaliser. On top for the whole game and very unlucky to have to do pens.
Robertswood win. 

JS the hero, saving 5!

The final - Dominated the whole game, clearly the better side, couldn't quite force the goal.  Lost 4-3 on penalties but they have been an absolute credit to themselves and to the school.  All absolutely gutted but couldn't be prouder.