For as long as I can remember I have always had a passion for sport, whether it be participating, watching, or even working in the field.
Learn about the different sports Millfield offers:
Two First Team Millfield netballers have been selected to represent Scotland in the 2023-2024 season.
A round up of sporting activities at Millfield for October 2023.
Millfield netballer Matilda Moore has been selected into the U17 Northern Ireland Long Squad for the 2023-24 season.
A Millfield tennis player has been recognised as one of the top six players for his age group in Great Britain.
Upper Sixth student Fechi Okafor, an aspiring England netballer, opens up on her Millfield experience and playing first team netball.
Year 9 is a big deal. It’s the first year of senior school in the independent sector, a new environment, new friends and new teachers to get used to. For many it’s even their first experience of boarding. So, we asked a selection of Year 9 students, and Director of Year 9, Toby Sawrey-Cookson, for 9 reasons why Millfield offers children the best start to senior school life.
Dedicating your life to sport at international level is no easy task, it takes grit, determination and having the right support network around you to succeed. It is essential to have a holistic approach to the individuals’ needs, offering a suitable balance between academic pursuits and sport.
Health and wellbeing are at the forefront of everyone’s minds as we navigate through a global pandemic; our diet has an important relationship with those two things. As an independent school nutritionist with catering provider Chartwells, and the very first to live on a school campus, Millfield’s nutritionist Niall Davison outlines the school’s unique ‘EatToExcel’ initiative and how he is helping students to make healthy choices now and in their lives after Millfield.