Sport plays a crucial role in child development both physically and mentally. We offer a wide variety of sporting activities throughout school life here at Heaton Park Primary and children can attend clubs with the opportunity to represent school in the following:
- Cross Country
- Tag Rugby
Children should be encouraged to join sporting clubs out of school hours. It is of high importance that children engage with physical activity as the benefits play a huge factor in their early development enhancing their health, confidence, resilience, whilst also preventing the risk of disease.
Over the years at Heaton Park we have had children represent the Borough at the Greater Manchester school games, former pupils become professional footballers and children represent at county level in swimming.
We have put together a list of local sporting contacts we hope you will find useful along with contacts for holiday clubs.
https://www.sportforallcentres.co.uk/bury/ (Scroll down to regular weekly events)
https://buryac.co.uk/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sports Activities & List of Holiday Clubs
Forest School Holiday Clubs
Recent Sporting Activities
Year 3 and 4 dance Club
Follow the link to watch Year 3 and 4 Dance Club’s video:
Heaton Park’s Year 3 and 4 Dance Club have been working hard and practising a spooky dance over the last six weeks. It is from Glee called ‘Thriller’ and was originally written and sung by Michael Jackson. These are the members of our Dance Club and we are very proud of them;
Coralie Stephenson 3B, Skyla Cooper 3B, Areej Faisal 3B, Jasymne Hall 3R, Amelia Thorpe 3R, Haris Khan 3R, Beauley – Jo Foster 4EH, Lily – Bevan Whyatt 4EH, Nyla Higson, Ariana Ajam 4EH, Alyssa Smith 4EH, Maira Khan 4RH, Evie Lowe 3R, Olivia Morris 4RH, Moniaya Ajeigbe 3B, Amelia Davis 4EH and Artmis Sadeghi 4EH.
Well done everyone!