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Year 3/4 Girls Football Festival

Over 150 year 3/4 girls from 14 Huntingdonshire Primary Schools enjoyed a festival of football fun at St Neots Town FC on Tuesday 14th March 2023. The Hunts School Sports Partnership welcomed girls from across the district to a friendly festival, which looked to provide the girls with a positive first experience of inter-school football

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Abbey College Ramsey Hosts First HSSP District Year 3/4 Schools Football Competition

Abbey College, Ramsey opened up their new Artificial Football Pitch to host a Year 3/4 Football competition on Tuesday 21st February. The Hunts School Sports Partnership’s first event after February half-term welcomed 12 teams and over 100 children for an afternoon of football fun. The teams were initially split into four groups of three and

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Brampton and Warboys share the honours at Spring Term Football Competition

Tuesday 7th February saw the Hunts School Sports Partnership host their first Y5/6 Mixed Football Spring Term competition. The event, which took place at One Leisure St Ives Outdoor Centre, provided another opportunity for Year 5 & 6 children to participate in a competitive football competition following the ESFA Pokémon Cup in the Autumn. The event

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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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