School Clubs

As a school, we provide extensive opportunities for children to participate in clubs which take place after school or during the lunch break. These include:

 

|  art  |  drama  |  sport  |  choir  |  orchestra  |  recorder  |


|  dance  |  gardening  |  chess  |  ICT  |  languages  |

 

Close to the start of each term, parents will be notified of opportunities for that term.

Clubs' blog

Rugby Report

On the 12th of March 2020, Milton Road took a team to Shelford Rugby Club to represent the school in a tag rugby tournament. The team included Margaret, Mona, Kalina, Alfie, Isaac, Oscar, Ahmed, Alex, George N and Gary.

Our first match was on pitch 2 against Mayfield it ended up being 1 all and so did our second match against St. Laurence. On our third game we had a spectacular win of 6-0; we couldn’t have won without Karen’s (Alex’s mum) enthusiasm and Adrian’s (Alfie’s dad) brilliant coaching.

At the end of our group stage, we came second with a total of 8 tries. However, in the playoff we lost 2-1 so we came 4th overall. We would like to thank Mrs Roberts for filling in for Mrs Williams and taking the time to be with us. Also, thank you Karen and Adrian for volunteering to help us. I think that it was a great experience for all of us and we all really enjoyed it!

Written by Margaret and Mona.   

The netball club had their first match on Thursday morning against old rivals Newnham Croft. This friendly match was held at 8am and was the perfect way to wake up! There were two matches, both closely fought. The Milton Road red team played well holding the score to a 2 -1 win for Newnham Croft. Afterwards they exclaimed that they needed to communicate more effectively and they could then have won. 

The gold team played some very skilled netball with long passes featuring as a particular strength. The score at the end of the first quarter was one all. The next two quarters were played with no goals making it into the hoop. So it was all to play for in the final 5 minute session. Despite some excellent interception and close marking our opponents managed to score 3 more goals (two very talented boys as GS and GA) leading to a 4-1 defeat.

All the Milton Road players agreed how friendly the Newnham Croft pupils were off court but that they were fierce when playing - a good lesson to learn...

Ten amazingly sporty girls, took part in the Cambridgeshire County Girls Football tournament on a gloomy, Thursday morning this week at Hinchingbrooke School, near Huntingdon. After sailing through the Cambridge schools' heats, they had some very stiff competition from schools across the county. They played 6 matches in all, against: Histon and Impington, Bottisham, The Vine, Fordham, Alconbury and Westfield. 

Morale was high as the first match began against local rivals - Histon and Impington. The game was closely fought and both teams showed some nerves at first but the game ended in a 0-0 draw. It soon became clear that all the teams involved were extremely skilled and competitive and every 10 minute game was closely fought. The pitches were large and the girls quickly realised they had to pass more or be run ragged. 

The girls from Milton Road went on to win 1 game, lose 3 and draw 2. The eventual winners of the tournament were Westfield who will now go forward to the regional f...

It was a beautiful day for the Cambridge School Sports Partnerships Cross Country competition held at Netherhall School on the 29th November with perfect running conditions greeting the 900 plus runners who had come to compete for their school in this annual event. The atmosphere was electric as all of the runners were cheered on at the start and finish of the course by fellow pupils, staff and parents that had come to spectate! Each race was full of children who were keen to achieve their personal best and make their school proud.

Results:

Year 5 Girls- 1st Paloma- Milton Road, 2nd Madeline- Milton Road, 3rd Tilly- Burwell

Year 5 Boys- 1st Oliver- Great & Little Shelford, 2nd Joseph- Bottisham, 3rd Ruben- St Matthew’s

Year 6 Girls- 1st Caitlyn- St Matthew’s, 2nd Eliza- Newnham Croft,, 3rd Izzie- William Westley

Year 6 Boys- 1st Adam- St Matthew’s, 2nd William- Milton Road, 3rd Angus- Bottisham

Young leaders from St Bede’s and leaders from Uniformed Services at...

The Milton Road boys' football team took part in the exciting EFL Kids Cup on Friday afternoon at Bottisham.  The team was one of 14, taking part from around Cambridge. The teams were split into two leagues before matches at the end were played to decide overall positions.

Each season the EFL organises this cup competitions for junior footballers from schools across the country, with the finals being played in the build-up to some of the biggest matches of the domestic season.  The Kids Cup comprises of a six-a-side competition for U11 schoolchildren and culminates in three finals across the EFL Play-Off weekends in May.

Each match was 8 minutes long so it was important to play your best game right from the start whistle. The boys played extremely well and managed to win their League over the course of 6 matches. This meant they then had to play the winner of the other League round. This turned out to be Colville Primary School.

After some extremely close football, unfortunately...

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