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

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...

On Thursday 10th October, Milton Road girls and mixed football teams headed off to Netherhall football field to compete in a football tournament including 11 other teams from Cambridge. At 12:00 in the morning, both teams jumped into one mini-bus and three cars. It took about 20 minutes singing in the vehicles to get to Netherhall. When we finally arrived, we headed to the pitches, dumped our bags and prepared for our first match.

The girl’s football team had three players who had never even touched a ball yet they owned the field like they had been playing for years. Our first match was against St. Lawrence’s team. They played well but we beat them 2 – 1. We then went on to win

  • 2 – 0

  • 4 – 0

  • 3 – 0

  • 0 – 0

The results were outstanding, the only thing left was to find out our place in the ceremony. The games were tough and we were pushed to our limits but we carried on fighting, this came out to help us miraculously. Football teams were called out name after name, from 11...

Winner of a Medal of Excellence and the Friesland Trophy for lace made by two or more lacemakers aged 11 and under in the 2019 Triennial Lace Guild Competition ‘Discovery’.

The piece carried the caption “One of our school values is curiosity. Be curious and it will lead to discovery!”

Members of the Milton Road Young Lacemakers 2018-19:

Orla     C
Mia     C
Mabel     C
Eleanor     H
Lucy     H
Sophie     H
Tilda     H
Annabelle     L
Charlie     M
Lara     T
Lucia     W

Many thanks!
Natalie
 

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