Welcome to Boothville Primary Sports Blog

We believe that it is important for children to take part in a range of both competitive and non-competitive sports and for everyone to be able to achieve their own personal goals. Through competition and challenge we want pupils to be able to celebrate the occasions when they are successful, whilst realising that teamwork and fair play has a key role to play in not only the sporting world but also their own lives.

Children are encouraged to take part in extracurricular sessions, Sports Leader lead games, kids marathon, school house competitions or sports clubs. Before and after school sports clubs run every day and are led by sports coaches, where we encourage and support children to become involved.  As well as these opportunities, Boothville take part in competitions and Festivals against other schools in the local area. This allows the children the opportunity to put skills learnt during lessons or at our after-school clubs into practise and also gives them the opportunity to make links with outside clubs in the local area.

We work closely with Nsport , Northampton Saints, Northampton Steelbacks, M.A.B Academy Gymnastics and Pacesetters to allow our children to develop skills in individual sports and pathways to clubs outside of school.


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On Wednesday a group of our year 6 children went to Benham Sports Centre to take part in the net /wall festival. The children worked at nine different skill stations based around Badminton, table tennis and Volleyball. It was great to see the children really enjoying themselves with young leaders leading each of the activities. Congratulations to Lydia for receiving the shining star award from the session. Well done to Egor, Belle, Ashaan, Lydia, Latisha, Noah, Caiden, Violet, Isaac, Donny, Bella and Jessica.

Yr 5 6 Net and Wall Festival

On a bitterly cold, snowy Monday afternoon, our children represented Northampton Town at the NSport county football, finals being held at Moulton Magpies FC. The boys played some lovely football but struggled to score, although creating lots of chances. We lost our first game 1-0, then drew 5 games 0-0. It is a good experience for the children to play against all the other district winners and having to raise their standard of play. Well done to all the boys, Stanley, Ollie, Sam, Christian, Cian, Onyx, Kieran, and injured team coach Jack.

County Football Finals

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