Clubs and Sports
We have worked hard at Huntingdon Primary School to expand the range of sports clubs available to your children this year and are continuing to do so. Sign up for a club using the forms below!
All clubs are after school unless stated and run from the end of the school day until 4:25pm.
Places are limited and if a club is oversubscribed, names will be drawn from a hat. You will receive a slip to inform you if your child has received a place in the club.
|Table Tennis*||Early Years, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5||Monday||£21||7 weeks|
|Football*||Early Years, 1, 2||Monday||£21||7 weeks|
|Board Games||1, 2, 3||Monday||~||7 weeks|
|Street Dance*||All||Tuesday||£21||7 weeks|
|I.T Movie Making||3, 4, 5, 6||Friday Lunch||~||7 weeks|
|Football*||3, 4, 5, 6||Tuesday||£21||7 weeks|
|Minecraft||3, 4, 5, 6||Monday||£7||7 weeks|
|Multi Sports*||All year groups||Thursday||£21||7 weeks|
|Gym*||All year groups||Thursday||£24.50||7 weeks|
|Cheerleading*||3, 4, 5, 6||Thursday||£21||7 weeks|
*Pupils in receipt of Free School Meals are entitled to a 50% reduction in the cost as part of the Government Pupil Premium Scheme.
Sports & Clubs News
Well done to our Sports award winners for this half term. They are: Fatima, Leo, Ben and Holly.
Miss Willcocks and I are very proud of you.
On Thursday 8th March, the year 6 football team (Ben included) attended a football tournament at Crosshall primary school. Our players were: Yasmin, Freddie, Lilly, Charlie, Ricardo, Jake, Igor, David and Ben (plus Mrs Spenceley, Mr Sergeant and Mr Dean).
The first game we played was against Priory school. We played really well but we unfortunately conceded 2 goals. In the next game we drew, as Ricardo scored an awesome goal! The third game, which was against the home team of Crosshall, was the game when we were we created the most goals and we played amazingly. The coach of the team even came over to congratulate us! The fourth and final game was against Stukely and we …DREW! It was so close as Ricardo banged in an incredible goal but right at the end they scored. Then it was the end…
We came 5th place and Priory won 1st place. The best part of the day was at the last half on the last match, because we fought up until the last whistle blew and managed to maintain our draw.
Written by Yasmin
Brrr! It’s pretty chilly and icy today, so please be careful on your way in. Paths around school may be slippy.
School is open as usual; but today, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday we won’t be running any after school clubs to make sure everyone can get home safely (children and staff!).
Welcome back everyone!
We jump right back into the swing of things with the Year 6 boosters sessions after school today and all the clubs running at their usual times this week.