Clubs and Sports News

Welcome to the Sports and Clubs news for 2019-20

Spinathon

Children from key stage 2 took part in a Spinathon during Fridays Children in Need day. They managed to cycle a massive 139 miles in total and raised nearly £100 just from the Spinathon. Each year group racked up their miles and year 5 managed over 50 miles themselves! A massive well done to all who took part and those who sponsored the children.

Can Do Football

Huish entered the Can Do Football tournament this week and played lots of games football. They managed to qualify for the Plate Final after some great goal keeping from Morgan and hard work from Jacob. In the final they managed to keep their opponents out and had several near misses! In the end the game was taken to a sudden death penalty shoot out. Morgan managed to save the first penalty but we were unable to score. A massive well done to all who took part

Girls Football

The Huish girls football team played in the South Somerset Area Football finals. They played some amazing football and really showed some great skills and team work. They managed to progress through to the plate competition where they finished as runners up! A massive well done to all who took part.

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Netball

Huish played against Ash school this week in netball. They had a year 3/4 team and also a year 5/6 team. They all played really well despite the cold and wet weather! For the year 3/4 team this was the first time they have played a competitive game in netball. The scores were all very close but Huish finished as the winners overall. A massive well done to all who played.

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B Team Football

This week Huish played in the latest round of football. They played against several other schools and all worked extremely hard for each other. This meant they scored some great goals and kept some clean sheets. A massive well done to all who played.

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Sport Festival at Oxley

Students from key stage 2 were given the opportunity to take part in a sports festival at Oxley Sports Centre. They took part in five different sporting activities throughout the morning. They all worked really hard and really enjoyed their morning. A massive well done to all who went.

Year 3/4 Football Team

On Monday 21st October, the Huish Year 3/4 football team travelled to Bucklers Mead to compete in the first festival of the year. Once settled, the boys played some lovely football and were quick to catch teams on the break. Everyone worked well for each other and gave their all for the team, this included some resilient defending at times and Hayden making a number of important saves to protect the lead. Archie, Harley, Ryan and Tristan put in a terrific shift in defence, breaking down the oppositions attacks whilst Harry, Jason and Mickey worked tirelessly in midfield to support both the defence and attackers. Orestas proved to be a potent poacher in attack and slot home a late winner against Ilchester. Well done also to Lucius for scoring our first goal of the festival with an excellent finish! Results included a 2-0 win over Holy Trinity and 1-0 wins over Ilchester and Chilthorne Domer.

Star Player: Jaxon 

A fantastic event boys, well done to you all for representing the school in such positive manner!

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Chess Club

Year 4, 5 and 6 have been enjoying chess club on Friday lunchtimes, and some keen players are practicing during their break times almost every day! It is one of the strongest groups of chess players Huish has had in recent years, and it’s been exciting watching the children progress so quickly.

Autumn Term 2 Clubs

Please find below a list of all the clubs we will be running next half term. 

Please make sure all your slips are returned by Friday 18th October, any slips recieved after this date will not be not be accepted.

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Sports Mark Gold

Huish are proud to have been awarded Sports Mark Gold for 2018/19. This has been awarded for the third consecutive year and means that we are now able to work towards the Platinum Award. In order to receive this award the P.E. department has worked extremely hard to increase the number of children participating in sport at all levels. This has included House Sports, externally led tournaments and fun festivals. They have also increased the opportunities for students to take part in sport with a wide variety of extracurricular clubs. Huish sport has seen new external clubs delivering sports opportunities for students to take part in. We are looking forward to further developing sport at Huish so that we can proudly achieve the Platinum Award this coming year. Thank you to all the parents/carers and teachers who have given their time and energy to allow this to happen.

Netball

The Huish netball squad took part in their first tournament of the year. They played against lots of other schools and showed off their high skill level. They were undefeated throughout the whole tournament and showed real team work together. A massive well done to all who took part!

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Multi Sports

Students from key stage 1 took part in a multi sports festival hosted at Westfield School. They all had to complete 10 different activities which included; jumping, throwing, running, dribbling a football and many other activities. Everyone who took part really enjoyed the sessions and had lots of fun! A massive well done to all who took part.

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Cross Country

The Huish cross country squad took part in their first meet of the season at Aldon Hill. They all took part in the tough course and worked hard to secure some great finishing places. The year 5 and 6 girls finished in an impressive 3rd place and the year 5 and 6 boys finished in joint 5th place!! A massive well done to all who took part.

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Girls Football

The Huish girls football team competed in their first football tournament of the season. They all played really well and were able to show off the skills and tactics they had been practising in training. Everyone in the squad worked hard and this meant that they only lost 1 game! They all worked as a team and they managed to score some great goals! A massive well done to all who took part!

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Autumn Term 1 Clubs

Please find below a list of all the clubs we will be running this half term. 

Please make sure all your slips are returned by Monday 9th september, any slips recieved after this date will not be not be accepted.

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ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

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Tri Golf

A team from year 3 and 4 competed in Trigolf at the SASP county games.  They have not experienced this game before and had some training before the competition began.  They showed off their newly learnt skills and managed to finish in 1st place overall!!!!  A massive well done to all who competed.

Milfield Finals

Here are some photos from the 3 teams who represented Huish at the Millfield finals.

The athletics teams competed against 15 other schools (having got through the Yeovil heats) and performed brilliantly in the blazing sun having to complete a distance run, standing long jump, sprint and howler throw, followed by a whole team relay. The final results were Yr3/4 came 11th and Yr 5/6 came joint 8th competing against lots of different schools from across the county.

The grass track cycling team worked really hard to improve on their times throughout the day working their way up the leaderboard to reach 8th position. The team of 4 did brilliantly! Thank you to Mrs Rice as well who spent the day with the grass track cycling team and was very proud of their achievements and effort.

Finally, Yr 4 represented the school at Tri golf which was the first time the children had played and after quite a long wait, they finally got underway with the help of Mr Ireland. They played several different games and smashed the scores receiving gold medals for first place. They had a brilliant day and were praised for their behaviour and attitude throughout the competition.

Well done to all our athletes!

Cricket

Students from key stage one have attended two cricket festivals. They had the opportunity to learn new skills required to play cricket. They tried several different games and activities which have helped them with batting, throwing and catching. They are going to use these skills for a forthcoming tournament. Great fun was had by all!

Girls Sports Festival

Girls from years 3 and 4 were invited to attend a girl’s sports festival at Yeovil Town Football Club. They took part in several different activities and had lots of fun competing against other schools. A massive well done to all went, you were amazing!

Bikeability

Year 6 students have taken part in Bikeability this week. This has tested their cycling skills! They have had to show that they are able to confidently ride their bike and understand the rules of the road. They have cycled around the local area and been a real credit to the school. A massive well done to all who have taken part!

Somerset Cricket Match

Students in year 5 were given the opportunity to watch Somerset Cricket play at the County Ground in Taunton this week. Somerset played against Warwickshire in the County Championship. Students were able to watch the cricket match but also participate in some activities at lunchtime and a tour of the pitch.

Tennis Year 3 + 4

Students were given the opportunity to play in a year 3 and 4 tennis competition. They played against several different schools and the standard was really high. We managed to score lots of points and played some amazing tennis!! A massive well done to all who took part.

Cricket Year 1

Students from year 1 took part in a cricket tournament. They have attended a couple of training sessions to improve their cricket skills. They played at Yeovil Cricket Club against several other schools and had amazing fun! They played some amazing games and worked really hard to help each other.

Birchfield Netball and Football

Students took part in the annual Birchfield Netball and Football tournament this week. The netball team played some amazing games and progressed to the semi-finals!!! They were narrowly beaten but managed to finish in 4th place overall. A massive well done to all who played. The football team also managed to get to the semi-finals!!!! But again were narrowly beaten but managed again to finish in 4th place overall!!

Summer Term 2 Clubs List

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Year 3 + 4 Gymnastics

Huish participated in the year 3 and 4 gymnastics competition this week. The standard was extremely high with a high number of entrants.  The girls worked really hard and practised their routine in the week leading upto the event.  They managed to come in 12th position overall, a massive well done to them all. 

Year 3 + 4 Football

Huish played in the latest year 3 and 4 football competition.  This was a new team and they all worked really hard and showed great determination.  They were unlucky to have some quick goals scored against them which led to some very close score lines.  A massive well done to all who played. 

Yeovil Town Boys Football

This term has seen Yeovil Town FC running an after school boys football club, following on from the girls club last term.  As the club has come to an end the boys were lucky enough to be visited by some first team players from Yeovil Town FC.  They watched the boys train and joined in some of the games at the end of the session.  A massive well done to all the boys who have taken part in the club. 

Gymnastics Year 5 + 6

Huish participated in the year 5 and 6 gymnastics competition for the first time this year!  They were up against some very tough competition seeing other gymnasts who compete for the county also taking part.  Everyone worked really hard in perfecting their routines and did extremely well! They even had to vault and new experience for most of the team! A massive well done to all who took part! 

Sports Festival at Oxley Sports Centre

Lots of students were given the opportunity to attend the sports festival at Oxley Leisure Centre.  They were able to try climbing, trampoling and a fitness session!  These were new experiences for most of the people who attended the festival and great fun was had by all. 

SASP Dance

Huish attended the SASP Dance competition for the second year running, taking a huge dance troop.  They have been working on their performance in their afterschool club for some time and this was their chance to show off their skills.  They all worked really hard for each other and showed immense skills. 

Year 5/6 Football Tournament

The year 5/6 football team competed in a football tournament at Bucklers Mead Academy. The children were undefeated in the tournament resulting in these scores:

Huish 1-0 Preston

Huish 0-0 Oaklands

Huish 1-0 Westlands

Huish 1-0 Milford

Huish 1-0 Chilford

Huish 0-0 St Michael's Academy

Mr Andrew has to give special mentions to all of the boys including Ronnie, George S, Kaylum and Wilbur for their goals. Also to Kaylum and George N for being solid at the back apart from the odd last ditch tackle every now and then! Also, to Aiden for being a strong presence between the goal posts! A massive well done to Ethan H, Oliver P, Rufus and Abdul for their constant hard work!

Summer Term Clubs List

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Boccia

Huish attended the Boccia County Finals in Taunton.  They played several games against other county finalists and the games were really close at the times, with only 1 or 2 points in it!  All three players worked really hard and showed great team work and determination, this led to the team becoming the county champions!!!! A massive well done to all three of our players. 

Football Year 3/4

Huish played an away fixture at Birchfield School.  For most of the players this was the first time they have represented Huish at football. They all played extremely well and showed the skills they have developed through their training sessions.  The score line did not reflect the effort and determination that all of the players from Huish showed, a massive well done to all who played. 

Yeovil Town Football Workshop

Yeovil Town FC visited Huish and completed workshops with year 4 and 5. They looked at the impact of plastic on the environment and how companies such as themselves can help to reduce the negative effect. Students took part in some role plays and made a personal pledge to reduce the use of single use plastic. 

Futsal

Huish attended a Futsal competition for the first time ever.  They played the game with great skill and determination, for many it was the first time of playing this type of football game.  They all worked really hard but the results did not go in their favour despite some great goals!  A massive well done to all who competed. 

 

Year 5 G + T

Huish participated in a year 5 Gifted and Talented Competition.  They took part in several different activities such as a middle distance run, wheelchair basketball and rugby.  They managed to win lots of individual medals and also to come 2nd overall!! A massive well done to all who took part. 

Gymnastics

Huish participated in the year 3 and 4 gymnastics competition this week. The standard was extremely high with a high number of entrants.  The girls worked really hard and practised their routine in the week leading upto the event.  They managed to come in 12th position overall, a massive well done to them all. 

Football Year 3 + 4

Huish played in the latest year 3 and 4 football competition.  This was a new team and they all worked really hard and showed great determination.  They were unlucky to have some quick goals scored against them which led to some very close score lines.  A massive well done to all who played. 

YTFC Football Club

This term has seen Yeovil Town FC running an after school boys football club, following on from the girls club last term.  As the club has come to an end the boys were lucky enough to be visited by some first team players from Yeovil Town FC.  They watched the boys train and joined in some of the games at the end of the session.  A massive well done to all the boys who have taken part in the club. 

Tag Rugby

This term students have taken part in Tag Rugby for their inter-house sports competition.  They have been learning the skills needed for this throughout the term and it has been amazing watching them show their skills off.  Newton were the winners this term! Congratulations to them! 

Netball

Huish Netball team played in the last tournament of the season. They played some amazing netball and came close to scoring lots of goals on several occasions.  The results didn’t go their way against Ash or Milford but they managed to score a great goal against Chilthorne!  A massive well done to all who played. 

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Huish sent a very excited team to take part in a MOTIV8 festival. Students participated in games which would normally be played on a computer but they played it in a sports hall and were active. They all had a really great time and had lots of fun while working really hard!  They were a real credit to Huish – well done! 

Badminton

Huish took part in a badminton tournament against other local schools.  They played some amazing badminton resulting in them beating a majority of the other teams at the tournament.  A massive well done to all who played, you were fantastic. 

Football

Huish played in their first football tournament of this term.  They managed to remain undefeated throughout!  They played three games which were all very close and resulted in 0-0 draws before they finally managed a 1-1 draw with St. Michaels.  The team played extremely well and were so unlucky not to score more goals.  Well done to all who played. 

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December 2018

Adam Stansfield Foundation

The Adam Stansfield Foundation has generously donated an amount of football training kit for the school, which our football clubs will be able to access after Christmas.   The Adam Stansfield Foundation aims to give young people the unique opportunity to develop life skills through the power of football and to assist them in their goals of ‘Living the Dream’.  www.adamstansfieldfoundation.com

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Cross Country

The third race in the Yeovil and District Cross Country League was held at Aldon Hill .   Aldon is one of the more challenging courses, and course B was no exception.   In the Year 3/4 girls, Esme was the top finisher in 28th place.   The Year 3/4 boys team finished in 7th place overall  with Michael and Jaxon being the top two Huish runners.  Daisy took 2nd place in the year 5/6 girls, with Emma finishing 8th overall. 

Huish were in the top team spot for the second time this season in the Year 5/6 boys event, with Liam 7th, George 8th, Reuben 9th and Finley 13th securing the first four places.   There was great running by all 15 boys who took part which saw them all finish in the top two-thirds of all runners.  The squad now look forward to the next 3 races after Christmas.

Dance

Children from Year 3-6 have been enjoying Dance sessions with Keri Hill Dance on a Tuesday after school.  Last week, they put on their performance to parents, which they all thoroughly enjoyed. 

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House Sports

This terms inter-house competitions have been played in hockey and lacrosse. The students have been able to show off the skills they have learnt this term during their lessons.  Sports Captains have organised teams and worked hard to get the best from their houses.  Everybody played really well and the competition was extremely close with Caxton winning! 

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Virtual Sports

This term has seen students in years compete in their first Virtual Sport Competition.  They completed three challenges – a sprint, a tennis ball throw and a standing long jump.  Their individual scores were then entered into a data base, this allowed all of our scores to be compared to schools across the whole country.  Class 11 came an amazing 9th place! With class 9 and 8 finishing in 11th place!  The top scoring boy and top girl received a medal per year group and also the student who had worked the hardest during the tests.   

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Karate

Students at Huish were able to experience Doryoku Ryu Karate Jutsu this week. They learnt the basic moves required in karate and enjoyed learning some self defence. Well done to everyone who took part.

Cyclocross

Students in year 5 and 6 received some cyclocross training this week, when British Cycling visited the school. They learnt how to use the bikes safely and raced around the school field. Well done to everyone who took part.

Students from years 5 and 6 competed at Cyclocross this week. Firstly they had to complete a lap of the complex track as quickly as they could. Then they had an endurance race where they needed to do as many laps as possible in a given time. Finally, they raced against other schools over a very challenging course. A massive
well done to all who represented Huish with fantastic sporting attitudes.

Football

Huish took their A team to the latest round of football tournaments this week. They played in a total of 5 games and even though they never conceded more than one goal per game they didn’t progress through to the final stages. Everyone who played worked really hard for the team and showed great determination and passion in every game. 

Huish B team played in their first tournament of the year.  They took a strong side and managed to gain some great results.  There were some fantastic moves outfield by William and Eason making their debut in the B team.  Everyone worked really hard and showed great team work and passion.  

Huish entered the “Can do” football tournament and played some amazing games of football.  The defence worked really hard with Connor and William playing well together.  They managed to reach the semi–finals through their good play and hard work! 

Huish played in the U11 Winter Cup at Bucklers Mead.  They played several games and managed to score some fantastic goals.  Their great team work and determination meant that they progressed through to the quarter finals of the competition.  However, they were beaten by East Coker in a very closely fought game. 

Year 3 and 4 played in their first tournament of the season and had some great success.  They won 3 games convincingly against St Michael’s, Milford and Martock.  William was outstanding and so was Leo in goal.  He made some great saves which allowed Huish to stay in the game.  They lost their final game by 1-0 against Birchfield with the final touch of the ball. 

The Huish football team played against Birchfield.  They played some great football and were unlucky on a number of occasions not to take the lead.  Birchfield managed to score a great goal and Huish, despite working really hard were unable to score one back. 

Athletics

Year 5 and 6 competed in the annual Indoor Athletics Competition.

They had to compete in lots of different events including sprinting, relay, jumping and throwing.  Despite gaining some great results in individual events they didn’t progress through to the next round.

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Netball

The Huish netball squad played a home fixture against Birchfield School. They played some excellent netball, defending really well.  Birchfield managed to score 4 goals and then Huish stopped their attacks and started their own.  Huish managed to score a great goal and started their comeback!  They were so unlucky with the final score being 4-1.

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Boccia

Huish competed at the local Boccia Competition.  This is a game which is like bowling, players have to throw their ball and try to land it as close to the jack as possible.  A massive well done to all our team who played excellently and have now qualified for the regional finals in March!

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Spring Term 1 Clubs

October 2018

Boys Football Year 5/6

Huish played in their first home match of the season against Preston Primary School.  Despite conceding four early goals Huish worked hard and managed to score four in return.  The game was then very open and end to end!!  There were some great goals scored by Ethan and Finley.  The final score was 8-5 to Preston but Huish should be proud of their performances!  Well done to all who played. 

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Interhouse Sports

The end of this term has seen the start of Inter-House Sports for KS2 at Huish. They have competed in both football and netball – showing off the skills and game play they have been developing in lesson time.  There were some fantastic matches played and students showed great team work, resilience and passion. The final scores were all very close but Shakespeare took the win by just 2 points!

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Yeovil Town F.C

Students at Huish have continued to work with Yeovil Town FC.  This has been in the form of a Girls Football club running throughout lunchtimes and also through a Key Stage One literacy group.  They have been looking at poems and engaging students through the medium of sport to enhance their writing.  The students have all really enjoyed their sessions.

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Girls in years 4 and 6 have been lucky to receive some high quality coaching from coaches at Yeovil Town Football Club. The girls enjoyed playing lots of games which
practiced their football skills allowing them to enjoy the game. Yeovil Town will be running a lunchtime club for girls on a Tuesday. A massive well done to all who took part.

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Virtual Sports

Students have been competing in their first ever Virtual Sports Competition this term.  They have had to participate in three events – a 5 metre shuttle run, standing long jump and a tennis ball throw.  All of their data has been entered into a national data base.  The results will place Huish nationally against other schools and also provide statistics for each class!  Certificates and medals will be presented once all the data has been analysed.  Well done to all who took part you have worked to an extremely high level.

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Netball

Huish played in the latest netball tournament this with all three teams having matches.  The A, B and C team all worked really hard for each other and showed great team spirit despite matches not always going their way.  They played together as a team and supported one another throughout all the games.  A massive well done to all who took part!

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Cross Country

The first race of the Yeovil & District Cross Country League was held at Aldon Hill, always a firm favourite as it includes a rather large hill!!!  Our enthusiastic squad, included our new Year 3 children who had not experienced a cross country race before and so were certainly put through their paces!   The Year 3/4  boys finished in a very credible fifth place with Jaxon the highest finisher.   Our Year 5/6 girls finished  2nd overall, with  Daisy, Lexi Emma and Molly all in the Top 20.   Reuben was the first finisher for Huish’s Year 5/6 boys team with Liam, George and Finlay all in finished in the Top 11, to secure them first place.  Well done to all the runners especially our Year 3/4 girls who were unable to field a team on this occasion.

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Kids with Bricks

NOW OPEN TO CHILDREN WITHIN YEARS 3—6

The Lego Club is now open to Year 3 to 6 children with a new theme beginning after half term.

Prizes are available for best school in the team build competition.

Make movies of models

Book online at kidswithbricks.com

Club runs every
Tuesday 3.30-4.30 pm

Sign up for this term—Cost £3.99 per session

Movement through stories

This term Reception children have been fortunate enough to have Mrs Clark come and teach them for some movement through stories lessons.  The children listened carefully to her instructions and move and stretched their bodies in different ways. 

They finish each session with some relaxation and always feel wonderful afterwards!

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