News and Events
July 2017
Y6 Residential Visit to Whitby
Whitby 2017
The annual Y6 residential visit to Whitby again took place in the last week of term. As in previous years we had a packed week which included several visits to beaches, shopping in Whitby, a steam train ride and a visit to the Sea Life Centre in Scarborough. The children had a thoroughly enjoyable week finishing their primary school education and you can see what they got up to here.
Whitby 2017
KS2 Production of The Lemonade Kid
Lemonade Kid
The KS2 children again did themselves proud as they performed our latest production - The Lemonade Kid. The story told of a British visitor to the WIld West who didn't believe in guns and overcame the town's baddie using just his favourite drink. The actor's and the chorus had been practising all term and the work paid off with two rousing performances over consecutive nights.
Lemonade Kid
June 2017
Family Sports Day
Sports Day 2017 Our annual Family Sports Day again took place in two parts with children and parents demonstrating their excellent teamwork. In the morning the children competed in running races against members of their class which was followed by a variety of team races. In the afternoon the children joined together in their house teams with representatives from each year group to compete against each with an aim of promoting co-operation and teamwork. Click here to see more pictures from the day. Sports Day 2017
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough School Games Summer Festival 2017
Quicksticks Following the hockey players' success the previous week, Wyton was invited to be one of four teams representing the Huntingdonshire schools at the county sports festival. The standard of play was again very impressive and our children did an excellent job representing the school and the local area but weren't quite able to reach the medal positions. Quicksticks
Y3/4 Tri Golf Festival
On a cold and blustery summer's(!) day some of the Y3 and Y4 children attended the first every tri-golf festival held at HInchingbrooke School. The children took part in a series of activities giving them the opportunity to see if they may be budding golf stars of the future. Along with children from several other local schools they took part in trying to chip the balls over a 'river' and took aim with their putters seeing who could get the closest to a target. It was thoroughly enjoyed by the children and will hopefully be an annual event.
Quicksticks Hockey Festival
Having been the winners of an inter-house competition, our Red house team of Y5 and Y6 children represented the school at the Huntingdonshire Quicksticks tournament. The children competed in 6 games against other schools winning 3 of them and we were delighted to find that we were one of two small schools that will be representing the area in the County finals. It was an excellent performance by the children, especially considering it's the first time the school has participated in the competition.
Y4 Visit to Wimpole Hall
Wimpole To help them with their design and technology project on seasonal food, the Y4's visited Wimpole Hall on a very hot day. They were given a tour of the walled garden where the volunteers explained about the produce they grow and they later saw some of the very noisy pigs being fed. A tractor ride back to the minibus was probably a highlight for some! To see pictures from the visit, click here. Wimpole
April 2017
Cambridgeshire Schools Cross Country Competition
Cross country
On a very pleasant sunny evening, eight of our Y5 and Y6 children went along to Priory Park in St. Neots to compete against all of the other primary schools in the county in the annual cross-country running championships. The children had been well prepared throughout the year by Mrs. Duffy and the training paid off on the day with both the boys and the girls teams putting in amazing performances to both finish 7th in the Small Schools competition.
Cross country
March 2017
HuntsNet Schools Y4 Orienteering Festival
Y4 Orienteering
Some of Y4 children took part in the first every Orienteering Festival held for the HuntsNet Schools where the aim was to have fun as well as developing some of their orienteering skills. The children were organised into small groups and each one was led by a Y9 Sports Leader from Hinchingbrooke School where the event was held. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and this was demonstated by Bethany's quote as she finished: "That was well good, I don't want to go."
Y4 Orienterring
Wyton Marathon 2017
Wyton Marathon 2017
We had another sunny day for the School's annual marathon and as in previous years, the KS1 children ran around the playground and field. There were some amazing performances and it was good to see many parents supporting and joining their children running round the circuit. The KS2 children completed their route around the park and back to school. The money raised was for Comic Relief and the school and you can see here pictures from the day.
Wyton Marathon 2017
KS1 & Reception Visit to the Peterborough Museum
Peterborough Museum

A fabulous visit to the Peterborough Museum took place in March with all of the KS1 and Reception children. They went along to learn about hospitals in the early 20th Century and in particular Edith Cavell's impact on nursing. Throughout the day the children took part in a variety of activities giving them an insight to hospital life during the period. Click here to see a selection of pictures from the day.

Peterborough Museum
Y4 Visit to the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge
Fitzilliam Museum To aid their history topic, the Y4 class spent the day at the Fitzwilliam Museum where they were able to study how artefacts are collected and curated in museums. They had an enjoyable time looking at some of the different displays. Fitzilliam Museum
Y5 & Y6 Visit to the Cambridge Science Park
Y5-6 Science Park Trip As part of Science Week, the children in Y5 and Y6 were invited to Mundipharma International, a pharmaceutical company based in Cambridge where they had a fantastic day learning about different illnesses and experiencing had they might affect daily life. Click here to see what they got up to. Y5-6 Science Park Trip
Y3 Trip to Flag Fen
Flag Fen
As part of the Y3's history topic, the class visited the Flag Fen Archaeology Park in Peterborough to learn about how life was different during the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages. The children examined artefacts from the periods and they learnt about some of the pots that have been discovered on the site before having a go at creating their own pot and design using clay. Click here to see photos from the day.
Cambridgeshire Area Young Artists Competition 2017
Art competition

The Cambridgeshire Area Young Artists Competition 2017 is an annual event which gives students a fantastic opportunity to take part in a major exhibition with the possibility of gaining individual recognition, prizes and publicity for our school's acheivements in art.  This year's competition was held at Impington Village College and we were delighted that our participating families were able to attend the presentation ceremony where the entrants were rewarded with certificates to celebrate their participation.  Well done! 
The standard of our art work did not go unnoticed and we have subsequently been selected to provide artwork to be displayed in Hinchingbrooke Hospital. 

Art competition
January 2017
Y4 Visit to The Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon
Cromwell As part of their history topic, The Y4's took the short journey to Huntingdon to visit the Cromwell Museum. Mrs. Barber gave a tour of the museum and the children were then given the oppotunity to learn for themselves more about Oliver Cromwell's life and about how Britain was different 500 years ago. The children were aided by some of the museum's volunteers who came to share their knowledge of Cromwell. Cromwell
The School Choir at the O2 in London for Young Voices
O2 The Choir travelled all the way to the O2 in London for their first ever Young Voices experience. They found when they got there that they were one of hundreds of schools but were at the very front and had fantastic views of the stage and parents. It was a long day with rehearsals starting at 1 and finishing at 5pm. The concert for the parents took place in the evening involving 7000 children – the World’s largest choir! For the children and staff it was an unforgettable and completely awe inspiring event which they can’t wait to repeat next year. O2
November 2016
Choir Performance at the Officers' Mess Charity Christmas Lunch

Children from the school choir were invited to the Base to perform to invited guests at the Officers’ Mess Charity Christmas Lunch. Despite some technical difficulties with the CD, they didn’t let it faze them and they performed admirably as they sang some of their songs from the One Voices repertoire and a couple of Christmas songs. The event was topped off for them at the end as they were given a chocolate gift to eat as they returned to school.

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