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8.11.18  Adapted Kurling Competition vs Willingham

 

A massive well done to all the children from Cottenham and WIllingham Primary Schools who took part in our first ever Kurling competition.  This was an enjoyable afternoon and a wonderful opportunity to try a new sport in school.  Thank you to all the parents and carers who were able to attend, support and even take part.

Willingham came away as victors, scoring 12 stones overall against the 6 achieved by Cottenham. 

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7.11.18  Boy and Girl Year 6 Football friendlies vs Willingham

 

On a wet and windy Wednesday, 19 year sixes competed superbly in two football matches.  The girls match saw Cottenham win 7- 2.  In the boys match, Willingham were eventually the victors with a closely fought 3-1 scoreline.  The children were extremely excited to wear their new football kits!

 

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9.11.18 The new running track is ready to use!

 

Thanks to the hard work and generosity of the P.T.C.A., our fantastic black and red all weather running track was completed this week.  The 320m running surface can be used all year and links up our new fitness stations.  The children have already been making great use of this exciting facility and aiming to complete their 5 laps for a mile challenge!

 

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2.11.18  Inter House Year 6 QuickSticks Hockey Competition

 

To finish a fantastic PE unit of Quicktsticks Hockey, on Friday afternoon, year 6 were given the opportunity to compete in School Games Format inter house tournament.  Each house formed two teams and played a series of matches on two pitches. Turing House  were the eventual winners in a closely fought event.   Well done to everyone who was involved and able to test their skills in a competitive environment.  

 

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16.10.18 E.S.F.A Football Tournament

16.10.18 E.S.F.A Football Tournament  1 Nineteen eager year six pupils travelled to the ESFA 7 aside football tournament at Impington Village College. On a beautiful sunny afternoon, the children competed superbly against the other local primary schools. The boys finished in a commendable 9th position after four closely fought matches. The girls finished in an impressive third place after their five matches, scoring a flurry of excellent goals along the way. Congratulations also go to Daniel, who was awarded a fair play award by the organisers for his excellent conduct during the tournament. Thank you to all the parents and carers who supported the school with transport and encouragement from the sidelines.

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