KPS Sporting and Games Events

Tennis Development Day

Ten Y4 children took part in the Tennis Development Day at Boston Tennis Club alongside other schools.

Great sportsmanship was shown as everyone learned about the sport and took part in a range of tennis activities. The children showed great interest in the sport. Future Grand Slam winners?

Well done to the children who took part.

Mini Tennis Tournament

Four Y4 children took part in the Mini Tennis Rd Tournament at Boston Tennis Club against a large number of other local schools. All four children were absolutely amazing in every single tennis match they played, showing great skills with the racket, ball control and great sportsmanship, complimenting good shots from their opponents and congratulating them at the end with a handshake whether they won or lost.

We achieved third place in the tournament which is an incredible achievement against some very talented opponents from other schools.

A fantastic effort and a big well done to all four players!

Girls Football Association Stars

Kirton Primary School girls were asked to visit Boston United Football Club to become the stars in a Football Association video.

They were chosen for their friendliness, attitude towards sports and determination. Boston United has close links with the local community as does Kirton Primary School so it was a great thing to be part of. The video will be used nationally to promote girls’ football and an uptake of girls in sports generally. As you can see from the video, the pupils had a great time.

Please click below to view the Football Association video. 

Boys Football Academy

Winter weather welcomed the Kirton Primary School Football Academy to Boston United in November!

The eight, talented footballers competed against 11 other schools in a 7-a-side football competition.

With a solid win, a hard-fought draw and one loss, the team didn’t quite reach the finals (lost out on goal difference!) but they put in a quality performance.

The defence never gave up, midfield ran the length of the pitch with tremendous effort and up-front, balls were sent flying towards the opponents goals on numerous occasions.

Team Kirton should be very proud of the way they represented the school. Well done everyone.