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.
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. Parents: Please do not send any money until your child’s place has been confirmed.
|Board Games||1, 2, 3*||Monday||~||8 weeks|
|Street Dance||All||Monday||£24||8 weeks|
|Table Tennis||All||Tuesday||£24||8 weeks|
|Football||3, 4, 5, 6||Tuesday||£24||8 weeks|
|Performing Arts (singing & dancing)||All||Wednesday||£24||8 weeks|
|Football||Early Years, 1, 2||Wednesday||£24||8 weeks|
|Board Games||Years 3*, 4, 5, 6||Thursday (Lunch)||~||8 weeks|
|Self Defence and Fitness||Years 3, 4, 5, 6||Thursday||£21||7 weeks|
|Multi Sports||All year groups||Thursday||£21||7 weeks|
|Gym||All year groups||Thursday||£24.50||7 weeks|
Sports & Clubs News
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.
Just a reminder, as there have been a few people asking; Our HPS Football training starts next Wednesday (31st), not today.
Children will need to be collected as normal when school finishes today, as there will be no football training tonight!
(We need a new team picture!)
On Thursday 2nd November, Huntingdon Primary went to a school tournament at Priory Junior. We got 5 points altogether and we played 5 matches. There were 11 children: Yasmin, Reuben, Freddie, Ben, Harrison, David, Lilly, Charlie, Ricardo, Igor and Jake. Our coach was Mr. Parr and Mr. Sergeant. The assistant was Miss Ross. Ricardo scored a brilliant team goal and we all played as a team. We are really looking forward to another tournament!
We have had a lot to celebrate in Year 2 this week. We are very proud of our sports award winners and all the other children who are achieving great things in P.E.
We have started our next sequence in maths on partitioning. The children recognise the tens and ones columns. We are looking forward to moving onto partitioning numbers in different ways.