The Summer School Games Finals



Thursday 28th June saw 52 schools from across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough compete in the School Games Level 3 Summer Festival for 2017/18.

The Opening Ceremony took place at One Leisure St Ives Outdoor Centre; it was a bright and colourful affair with dance performances from Comberton Village College and Living Sport staff members Ashlea Smith and Jayne Thacker.

Following the Opening Ceremony schools dispersed to the respective venues of their events. Secondary Adapted Multi-Sports took place at One Leisure St Ives Indoor; Inclusive Archery, Athletics (Small and Large Schools), Change for Life Village, Cricket (Adapted and Primary Rapid Fire), Netball and Rounders were held at One Leisure St Ives Outdoor and the Tennis competition took over Huntingdon Tennis Centre.

Each venue came alive with the sound of cheering and camaraderie as the schools battled it out to become champions. Each school represented one of the five Partnership areas – Cambridge (CSSP), Hunts (HSSP), Peterborough, South Cambs (SCSSP) and Witchford (WSSP).

Results for the Games were as follows:

Adapted Mult-Sports PLUS – (Secondary)

1st – South Cambs SSP

2nd – Hunts SSP

3rd – Cambridge SSP

4th – Witchford SSP


Archery INCLUSIVE – (KS3)

1st – Impington Village College (SCSSP)

2nd – St Peter’s School (HSSP)


Athletics Small Schools – (Y4-6)

1st – Harston and Newton Primary School (SCSSP)

2nd – Spaldwick Primary School (HSSP)

3rd – Coton Primary School (SCSSP)


Athletics Large Schools – (Y5/6)

1st – Rackham Primary School (WSSP)

2nd – Bottisham Primary School (CSSP)

3rd – Bassingbourn Primary School (SCSSP)


Netball – (Y7 Girls)

1st – Hinchingbrooke School (HSSP)

2nd – Impington Village College (SCSSP)

3rd – St Mary’s School (CSSP)


Rounders – (Y9 Girls)

1st – St Ivo School (HSSP)

2nd – Cromwell Village College (WSSP)

3rd – St Bede’s Inter-Church School (CSSP)


Tennis – (Y3/4)

1st – Harston and Newton Primary School (SCSSP)

2nd – Swavesey Primary School (SCSSP)

3rd – St Andrew’s Primary School (WSSP)

The festival was organised by Living Sport, the County Sports Partnership, on behalf of the Local Organising Committee for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. The aim of the Games is to create a positive and rewarding sporting experience for all involved.




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