Local & Schools Event at Norfolk Park
Sat 10th Feb 2018 Start Times 12:45 - 15:00
Another damp day, we will have to book a sunny day for the next one (Which is on the 24th of March at Parkwood Springs NOT Shirebrook!)
Results, Splits and Schools Results are available above. Team Results are below and the current league positions are here
See you all at Parkwood Springs.
|1||Hunters Bar Junior||399||20||Ella Baxter (100) Freya Tryner (100) James Bryant (100) Ben Ash (99)|
|2||Nethergreen Junior||397||6||Robbie Lightfoot (100) Oscar Peel (99) Annabelle Maltby (99) Isaac Oliver (99)|
|3||Oughtibridge||378||4||Maxwell Groom (97) Cameron Barnes (95) Zoe Barnes (94) Emma Ward (92)|
|4||Ecclesall||374||5||Sylvia Fagg (96) Imogen Boulton (93) Sam Jordan (93) Noah Sturdey (92)|
|5||Dobcroft||291||3||Rafferty Scrimshaw (100) Anna Todd (100) Hannah Bendrey (91)|
|6||Grenoside||286||3||Charlotte Smith (97) Olivia Smith (96) Victoria Smith (93)|
|7||St Wilfrids||278||3||George Taylor (96) Louisa Mead (91) Ben Heley (91)|
|8||Sacred Heart||267||3||Luke Phoenix (92) Aoife Homes (88) Sibeal Holmes (87)|
|9||Renishaw||192||2||Caspar Reynolds (97) Pasco Reynolds (95)|
|10||Carterknowle||191||2||Anna Osborne (98) Evan Jenkinson (93)|
|11||Hathersage||189||2||Charlotte Chapman (99) Celia Walker (90)|
|12||Abbeylane||187||2||James Wilson (98) Henry Wilson (89)|
|13||Windmill Hill Primary||179||2||Raxmond Hackenworthy (90) Lydia Hackenworthy (89)|
|14||Hallam||178||2||Abbie Oliver (93) Isabel Oliver (85)|
|15||Home Schooled||177||2||Jacob Johnston (89) Tobias Bizzell (88)|
|16||Birkdale||98||1||Samuel Taylor (98)|
|17=||St Marys (Chesterfield)||97||1||Hannah White (97)|
|17=||Mylnhurst||97||1||John Joe Doyle (97)|
|19||Stocksbridge Junior||96||1||Flynn Rogers (96)|
|20=||Greystones||94||1||Hannah Grierson (94)|
|20=||St Marys||94||1||Joseph Guy (94)|
|20=||Brookhouse||94||1||Matthew Bagnall (94)|
|20=||Carfield||94||1||Sidney Werner (94)|
|24||St Maries||93||1||Gideon Bushell (93)|
|25||Lydgate||92||1||Tilen Whitworth (92)|
|26||Low Edges||90||1||Noah McKenna (90)|
|27||Rivelin||86||1||Martha Bryant (86)|
|28||Westways||84||1||William Dunbar (84)|
|29||Silkstone||83||1||Oliver Crossand (83)|
|1||High Storrs||400||13||Jamie Lightfoot (100) Josie Conduit (100) Euan Tryner (100) Alex Elliot (100)|
|2||Notre Dame||396||6||William Garnett (100) Isabelle Hodgson (100) Carys Phoenix (99) Frederick Emmett (97)|
|3||Birkdale||293||3||Dominic Dakin (100) Matthew Morris (98) Benjamin Bedford (95)|
|4||Tapton||198||2||Rania Maaranen (100) Rosie Shrimpton (98)|
|5||Silverdale||193||2||Matthew Diacon (98) Alex Osborne (95)|
|6||Home Schooled||100||1||Naomi Thornton (100)|
|7=||Westbourne||99||1||Ailsa Gillespie (99)|
|7=||Sheffield High School||99||1||Hannah Taylor (99)|
|9||Aston Academy||96||1||Daniel Hill (96)|
|10||St Wilfrids||94||1||Olivia Heley (94)|
New for this year a team result for year groups, although Y8/9 and Y10/11 are combined. 3 to count in a race with a schools best 5 to count for the league.
|1||Hunters Bar Junior||293||4||Ella Baxter (100) Ellen Ash (98) Beth Sykes (95)|
|2||Hathersage||189||2||Charlotte Chapman (99) Celia Walker (90)|
|3||Sacred Heart||175||2||Aoife Homes (88) Sibeal Holmes (87)|
|4||St Marys (Chesterfield)||97||1||Hannah White (97)|
|5||Grenoside||96||1||Olivia Smith (96)|
|6||Greystones||94||1||Hannah Grierson (94)|
|7||Ecclesall||93||1||Imogen Boulton (93)|
|8||Dobcroft||91||1||Hannah Bendrey (91)|
|9||Windmill Hill Primary||89||1||Lydia Hackenworthy (89)|
|10||Rivelin||86||1||Martha Bryant (86)|
|11||Hallam||85||1||Isabel Oliver (85)|
|1=||Hunters Bar Junior||272||4||Rhys Caudwell (98) Malachi Wells Lyas (88) Rory Keen (86)|
|1=||Ecclesall||272||3||Sam Jordan (93) Noah Sturdey (92) Sam Dale (87)|
|3||Dobcroft||100||1||Rafferty Scrimshaw (100)|
|4||Nethergreen Junior||99||1||Oscar Peel (99)|
|5||Oughtibridge||97||1||Maxwell Groom (97)|
|6||Stocksbridge Junior||96||1||Flynn Rogers (96)|
|7||Renishaw||95||1||Pasco Reynolds (95)|
|8||Carfield||94||1||Sidney Werner (94)|
|9||Lydgate||92||1||Tilen Whitworth (92)|
|10||Low Edges||90||1||Noah McKenna (90)|
|11||Abbeylane||89||1||Henry Wilson (89)|
|12||Westways||84||1||William Dunbar (84)|
|13||Silkstone||83||1||Oliver Crossand (83)|
|1||Grenoside||190||2||Charlotte Smith (97) Victoria Smith (93)|
|2||Dobcroft||100||1||Anna Todd (100)|
|3||Nethergreen Junior||99||1||Annabelle Maltby (99)|
|4||Carterknowle||98||1||Anna Osborne (98)|
|5||Ecclesall||96||1||Sylvia Fagg (96)|
|6||Hunters Bar Junior||95||1||Sofia Stephenson (95)|
|7||Oughtibridge||94||1||Zoe Barnes (94)|
|1||Nethergreen Junior||287||3||Robbie Lightfoot (100) Sam Buckley (95) Oliver Maaranen (92)|
|2||Hunters Bar Junior||190||2||Ben Ash (99) Toby Townsend (91)|
|3||Home Schooled||177||2||Jacob Johnston (89) Tobias Bizzell (88)|
|4||Abbeylane||98||1||James Wilson (98)|
|5||Renishaw||97||1||Caspar Reynolds (97)|
|6||St Wilfrids||96||1||George Taylor (96)|
|7||St Marys||94||1||Joseph Guy (94)|
|8||St Maries||93||1||Gideon Bushell (93)|
|9||Windmill Hill Primary||90||1||Raxmond Hackenworthy (90)|
|1||Hunters Bar Junior||297||7||Freya Tryner (100) Lola Mead (99) Lotte Sykes (98)|
|2||Hallam||93||1||Abbie Oliver (93)|
|3||Oughtibridge||92||1||Emma Ward (92)|
|4||St Wilfrids||91||1||Louisa Mead (91)|
|1||Hunters Bar Junior||196||2||James Bryant (100) Oliver Craggs (96)|
|2||Nethergreen Junior||99||1||Isaac Oliver (99)|
|3||Birkdale||98||1||Samuel Taylor (98)|
|4||Mylnhurst||97||1||John Joe Doyle (97)|
|5||Oughtibridge||95||1||Cameron Barnes (95)|
|6||Brookhouse||94||1||Matthew Bagnall (94)|
|7||Carterknowle||93||1||Evan Jenkinson (93)|
|8||Sacred Heart||92||1||Luke Phoenix (92)|
|9||St Wilfrids||91||1||Ben Heley (91)|
|1||Tapton||198||2||Rania Maaranen (100) Rosie Shrimpton (98)|
|2||Notre Dame||191||2||Alexandra Garnett (96) Rebecca Evans (95)|
|3||Sheffield High School||99||1||Hannah Taylor (99)|
|4||High Storrs||97||1||Millie Norman (97)|
|5||St Wilfrids||94||1||Olivia Heley (94)|
|1||High Storrs||296||3||Jamie Lightfoot (100) Conrad Reuber (99) Benjamin Townsend (97)|
|2||Silverdale||98||1||Matthew Diacon (98)|
|3||Aston Academy||96||1||Daniel Hill (96)|
|4||Birkdale||95||1||Benjamin Bedford (95)|
|1||High Storrs||199||2||Josie Conduit (100) Phoebe Mead (99)|
|2||Home Schooled||100||1||Naomi Thornton (100)|
|3||Notre Dame||99||1||Carys Phoenix (99)|
|1||High Storrs||298||4||Euan Tryner (100) Dylan Jenkinson (99) Alfie Hall (99)|
|2||Notre Dame||197||2||William Garnett (100) Frederick Emmett (97)|
|3||Birkdale||98||1||Matthew Morris (98)|
|4||Silverdale||95||1||Alex Osborne (95)|
|1||High Storrs||297||3||Alex Elliot (100) Isobel Reuber (99) Hannah Dixon (98)|
|2||Notre Dame||100||1||Isabelle Hodgson (100)|
|3||Westbourne||99||1||Ailsa Gillespie (99)|
|1||Birkdale||100||1||Dominic Dakin (100)|
A Saturday Afternoon Series event aimed at introducing adult and junior newcomers to orienteering and includes the 5th event in the SFSS primary and secondary schools orienteering league. Alongside the white to long orange courses, there are long and short urban courses for adults using both the park and the surrounding intricate housing estates.
Norfolk Park is close to the centre of Sheffield. We will be based at the Centre in the Park (here).
There is a car park off Guildford Avenue however there is only space for about 20 cars. There are plenty of residential roads nearby but please park considerately. By Tram the nearest tram stop is Arbourthorne Road. It is a five minute walk from the tram stop to the Centre in the Park. Registration will be in the centre with the start and finish adjacent. The centre has toilets and a fab cafe.
Registration for the events will open at 12:30pm and you can start any time from 12:30pm – 3pm (The last start for the urban course is 14:30). All courses close at 3:30pm at which time we will start to collect controls so please make sure you start early enough to complete your course in time.
Running alongside the public event is an event in the SFSS Orienteering League for both Primary and Secondary pupils. Entry to the schools event is free if your school is part of the SFSS and you are in Y3 or above. Information about the SFSS Orienteering League is here
Adults £5, SYO members £4
Children £2 (Free for the first run if you are in Y3 or above and your schools is in the SFSS)
Any additional courses will cost an additional £1 (Or £2 if your previous run was free)
If you would like to go around in a group you would just pay for one entry, plus £1 for each extra map.
All courses are entry on the day. You just have to turn up, pick a course and fill in an entry form. There will be people on hand to help you if you have any questions.
If you ran one of the previous schools events in the series then you should have completed an entry form an been given a number. With the number we are able to add you into the results system much quicker.
For those who would like to do a second run you will need to complete another entry slip with the same details as before. You are welcome to fill this out in advance and bring it with you when you download (with the £1 entry fee for the second course) and we can give you a map to save queuing again.
A nice warm registration area, lovely loos, a fab cafe and a great children's playground! What more could you want?
If you complete a course and there is still time you are welcome to try another.
See below for details on the courses on offer.
|Course||School Years||Distance||Technical Level||Who is it for?|
|1||The easiest course and a great place for children to start. The course is entirely on paths and each time you have to make a decision - which path to take, there will be a control point.|
The next step up and a good place for teenagers etc. to start. The course will use paths but also other line features - Fences, streams etc.
Because of the park setting there will be some controls that do not follow line feature. Instead they will be on a point feature (e.g. a tree) but close by. By turning the map so that it matches the ground you will be able to see the next control to go to.
Harder still, the Orange course introduces:
Similar difficulty to orange but longer.
Please note that the course is in two parts. You complete the first part before turning the map over to part 2
|A course which uses both the park and surrounding urban areas first used last year at the the Outdoor City Weekender.|
|Long Urban||Age 16+||5.8km approx||
A course which uses both the park and surrounding urban areas first used last year at the the Outdoor City Weekender.
SYO Photography Policy
Please be aware that photography is permitted at all our events by spectators and parents though not anywhere where children may be changing e.g. club tent, car park, toilets, changing areas. Whilst the sharing of images taken at our events is not forbidden, please do think about how and where you share them and do not display children's names with the image.
Any parents not wishing their children to be photographed should inform the Event Organiser and a wristband will be issued. Photographers should not take photos of any child wearing a wristband and any that are accidently taken should be deleted. SYO will not share photos of children on websites, social media, posters, in the press and other publications unless we have parental permission.
If you have any concerns regarding inappropriate or intrusive photography please report them to an Event Official.
Norfolk Heritage Park is a 28 hectare park with a long history, as it is one of the oldest public parks in the country. From 1999 to 2005 the park has been regenerated through a £3.6 million restoration project. New visitor facilities have been constructed, including the Centre in the Park, a multi-purpose community building. The park landscape has been restored to its original Victorian character.
From an orienteering perspective its interest is largely in the woodlands that cover about 25% of the park and the urban surrounds which are currently undergoing re-development. There is a permanent course, maps can be downloaded from the Friends of Norfolk Park website.
2009 Ray Waight
2010 Chris Smithard (ShUOC) at 1:5000.
2017 Pete Tryner for the the Outdoor City Weekender event with the urban area surrounding the park and All Saints school and Sheffield College (Scale 1:5000 2.5m contours)
Safety & risk
A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. If a competitor has a pre-existing medical condition that they think should be declared, please complete a medical form at enquiries. The sealed envelope will only be opened in an emergency.
SYO has an agreed policy on the taking of photographs at events, based on national guidance. This provides a sensible balance between the benefits and risks associated with the taking and use of images. If you are unsure about acceptable practice, please speak to the event organiser. Read our photography policy.