Children’s Achievements

On this page you will find links to pages celebrating the achievements

of children  both in and out of school.

Click on the yellow page heading to view the page.

 

Copse Update

 

Pride of Clutton

Please click here for the Pride of Clutton Awards Ceremony

Sporting Success

Footballers Share Five Goals in End to End Thriller!

Amid the late afternoon November gloom at the Warwick Field, the school football team kicked off their league campaign in a pulsating encounter with Longvernal Primary School. It was the first time that the sides had met for many a long year and the game will live long in the memory; a well-contested tussle between two evenly matched teams with both goalkeepers being kept busy. A Clutton side, made up entirely of Year 6 children started brightly and, despite the lack of early season training, knocked the ball around well and put together many good moves. A goal from Denis saw the green and black stripes a goal to the good at half time. However, the home side were not to have it all their own way and the visitors came storming back with two goals in a minute early in the second half. Close to the finish, and  after sustained pressure Josh equalised only for Longvernal to pinch a winner soon after. If all games are as entertaining as this, we’re in for an enjoyable season!

 

Girls Show their Skills in Top Tournament Action!

It was a performance to make parents and coach alike feel very proud!

Following a mere 30 minutes of training at lunchtime, the team of eight girls

from Years 5 and 6 set out to the all-weather pitch at Somervale School determined to enjoy themselves in the local area annual football tournament. The steady drizzle couldn’t dampen the spirits as they took to the field for the opening game of three in a group

which included St. Vigor, Paulton and Peasedown St.John. The last named school provided the initial opposition as the teams fought out an entertaining goalless draw in a 10 minute match. Our girls spent most of the game camped in the Peasedown half whose goal led a charmed life. Next up were St.Vigor who were thumped 3-0 before the girls claimed a creditworthy and undefeated second place in the group with a thrilling 1-1 draw against tournament favourites, Paulton. Well done to everyone, including 4 goal hot shot, Martha!

High Five Netball Team Sporting Success

 

The High five netball team played superbly well in the area tournament, winning 4 out of  5 matches in their pool to make it through to the semi finals.

Their eventual placing of joint third means they have made it through to the county final in March.

The girls demonstrated amazing teamwork and showed true sportsmanship – great ambassadors for the school.  A big thank you to all the parents and siblings who came along to support.

Rounders News : Giving it a Bash at Peasedown!

What should turn out to be a busy sporting year at Clutton School got underway on Tuesday 26th September on the playing field at Peasedown St John Primary. Our participation in the annual rounders tournament was a first  for the school and it proved to be an experience well worth repeating.

On a warm, muggy and thankfully, dry afternoon eight school teams gathered to lock horns.

Placed in a group with the hosts, St Benedict’s and St Nicholas, the Clutton team not only played well but improved with every game in both their           batting and fielding. It was pleasing to witness our players not only giving of their best and working hard for one another but also to observe them learning from early imperfections in their decision-making. Another pleasing factor was to see children who have never represented the school previously in a sporting context, pull on a green tee shirt and have a go. Well done to Spencer for a   tremendous catch, Samuel for some fine work on third base, Jonny, so close to a full rounder after giving the ball a mighty blow as well as Josh, Josh, Alice, Bethan, Amelia, Riley, Thomas and Denis for  making such a fine contribution. Many thanks to go to the many parents who helped to transport the team there and back as well as give their  support.

 

Our school football team had a good year culminating in reaching the EFSA finals at Barnett’s training ground, The Hive. Find out more by visiting Clutton Makes the EFSA Finals Visit the Gallery

 Music Presentations

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Our singers and keyboard players performed to the school in a recent assembly.
Click here to watch them perform

Clutton Horticultural Society Bulb Show

Each year the local horticultural society host their Annual Bulb Show at Clutton School Click here to view this year’s winners and herefor the gallery.

Send a Cow

Visit this page to find out how we have raised money for the ‘Send a Cow’ charity.

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World Education Games

 

The World Education Games saw 5.1 million students from 223 countries register to take part in three days of educational competition and fun.

Well done to everyone who took part in the World Literacy Day and World Maths Day online challenges. all children received participation certificates and anyone completing all 50 games in literacy or maths received a distinction certificate.
Final scores for the World Education Games have been collated and tables showing the top 10 achievers for literacy and maths in the three age categories can be viewed on our World Education Games page.

 Romeo & Juliet

Children in KS2 performed their version of Romeo and Juliet. They put on a great performance.Mia said, it was the most fun she has ever had, which Amy agreed with. Naomi said, it was the best play we have done. Maisie thought it was the best show ever; Will said it was awesome! Emily (Juliet) thought that everyone had enjoyed taking part, even though it had been hard work, whilst Alfie (Romeo) declared it to have been, a fun-filled evening. Stephen commented that Romeo and Juliet would never be the same, which Louis echoed with his opinion that it was, The greatest show of Romeo and Juliet! Cameron thought it was a performance like no other, Leah described it as enjoyable and Adam as the best play ever. 
We would like to say thank you to Mr Williams, Mrs Merry, Ms Orange and Mr Tanner for helping the children to put on a great show; also thank you to the parents for helping the children find their costumes for the play. 
By Mia Kitama and Amy Rowell