Girls’ Championships 2022

North – Nottingham High School – Sunday 20th November 2022
South – St Catherine’s School, Bramley – Sunday 9th October 2022
Entry fee £10.00 per team (as in previous years).

Entries have re-opened for the ECF Girls’ National Schools semi-finals on October 9th in the South and November 20th in the North. Entries may be made here –
https://www.englishchess.org.uk/NSCC/girls-championships-2022/

The list below is current to June 7th 2022 and reflects those schools who ‘rolled over’ the entry from the postponed February events and those who asked for a refund. Please get in touch if you feel there are any errors on the list.

U19 South
St Catherine’s, Bramley – 4 teams
Beaumont School, St Albans – 1 team
Stroud High School – 2 teams
Kendrick School, Reading – 2 teams
St Paul’s Girls School – 4 teams
Denmark Road High School, Gloucester – 1 team
North London Collegiate – 5 teams
Haberdashers Girls School – 3 teams

U19 North
Nottingham High School – 1 team
St Anselm’s School, Bakewell – 1 team

U11 South
St Catherine’s Bramley – 8 teams
Yateley Manor – 2 teams.
Abbey Junior School, Reading – 1 team
Devonshire House – 1 team
St Helens, Northwood – 2 teams
Northwood College – 3 teams
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary, Headington – 2 teams

U11 North
Nottingham High School – 1 team
Fairfield Prep, Loughborough – 1 team

We look forward to receiving your entries!

— Andrew Martin

ENTER ONLINE U19 ENTER ONLINE U11

We look forward to welcoming you to St Catherine’s and Nottingham High School in October. At this point, both the U11 and U19 tournaments will be running normally, but with an important difference – in order to keep numbers down on-site , we respectfully ask that only one adult may accompany each team of three. No extras please. 

At this point in time (December 2021) we are planning to run the next academic year at St Catherine’s with mask-wearing optional, but preferred for major gatherings. Should this change during the year, we will let you know. Please expect the same at Nottingham High. We will be keeping a close eye on COVID regulations and will adhere to whatever the government and the guidelines of the schools are at the time.

We know you will support us in our aim to keep everyone as safe as possible. We are very keen to resume the competitions, which we know the girls have been missing.

— Andrew Martin