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Rosslyn Park 7s: 21st-25th March 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

We are excited to announce that the school is organising a trip to Rosslyn Park National Schools 7s tournament in Kingston-Upon-Thames, London over the course of the week beginning 21st March 2022 and that your child has been selected to represent the school. The tournament structure details are below; each team will leave the day before their playing competition and return following the completion of their matches:
- Tuesday 22nd March: U18 boys
- Wednesday 23rd March: U16 boys
- Thursday 24th March: U14 boys
- Friday 25th March: U18 girls

The group will be leaving school at 1pm and plan to return at approximately 7pm (game times and progress in the tournament dependent). Your child will need to bring all playing equipment (boots, gumshield etc) and leisure clothes for downtime with them. They are not required to be in school uniform. They will need additional spending money for their evening food.

In order for the trip to run, we must ask for a contribution of £120 to cover the costs of entry fee, accommodation and leisure kit. This is non-refundable, as pupils will still receive their kit in the unlikely event the trip should not run as that kit order has already been placed and entry fee already covered. Payment should be made by BACS using the school’s account details:

Bank: HSBC
Name of Account: Haverfordwest High VC School
Sort code: 40 23 21
Account number: 91601229

In order for us to trace this payment, please ensure that the transfer contains the reference code “RP7+(first initial+surname+form of child)”, for example RP7fbloggs8RR. There will be a limit of 18 characters for this reference box.

Unless you are contacted by the school, you should assume that your child has a place and proceed with any necessary payment. Please contact the school if you experience any difficulty in completing a BACS transfer.

If you would like your child to take part in this tournament, please complete this form.

Yours sincerely,

Rosie Mankee
Teacher of Health & Wellbeing