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University of Cambridge and Westfield Junior School Triumph at U11 Pokémon Cup

Friday 27th January saw the County Finals of the English Schools Football Association (ESFA) U11 Girls and U11 Mixed Pokémon Cup for Cambridgeshire. The morning event welcomed 8 schools from across Cambridgeshire to One Leisure St Ives Outdoor Centre. The schools were initially split into 2 groups, playing a round robin to determine group placings.

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Double the Fun as Panathlon Challenge Festivals Return

On Tuesday 17th January 2023 the Hunts School Sports Partnership’s inclusive multi-sports festival in partnership with Panathlon Challenge returned to One Leisure St Ives Indoor Centre. The events target young people with Special Education Needs and Disabilities within mainstream and special schools and due to the popularity of the event in Huntingdonshire two events took

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Year 5/6 Girls Futsal Tournament

Wednesday 7th December saw the Hunts School Sports Partnership ran its second and final Futsal competition for 2022-23. The event which was for Year 5/6 Girls welcomed 7 schools and 50 girls to One Leisure St Ives Indoor centre for the afternoon. The schools were split into two pools, with the competition starting with round

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HSSPs First Ever Year 3/4 Futsal Competition

The Hunts School Sports Partnership hosted its first ever Futsal competition for children in Year 3 & 4 on Wednesday 30th November. Futsal, a Fifa-sanctioned version of five-a-side football, formed from the contraction of futebol de salão (Portguese) and fútbol sala (Spanish) meaning hall football, is an indoor sport, played five against five on a court somewhere between a

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Record Attendance at Panathlon Festival

On Tuesday 8th November the Hunts School Sports Partnership hosted the first of three Panathlon Challenge festivals for 2022-23. Panathlon is a national charity which gives young people with disabilities and special educational needs every year the opportunity to take part in competitive sport. The first Huntingdonshire Panathlon event was open to children from KS1

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Touch Down for Teachers at NFL Training

On Friday 4th November 2022, the Hunts School Sports Partnership hosted an NFL Flag Football staff training session for primary and secondary schools in Huntingdonshire. The course was delivered by NFL UK and looked to upskill school staff with the non-contact version of American Football through their National Flag Football programme. The day started off

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