Ightenhill Primary School

To be the best that we can be.

Sports Clubs and Competitions

At Ightenhill Primary School, our aim is to provide children with the opportunity to participate in competitive and non-competitive sport during the academic calendar. Where possible, we offer a range of physical activities (athletics, creative play, circuit training), invasion games (tag-rugby, netball, football) aesthetic sports (gymnastics and dance) and striking/fielding sessions (rounders, tennis, cricket).


Please look at the 'School Clubs' area under 'Parents' to see photographs of our clubs and teams.

2021-2022 Sports Clubs - Autumn 1


We are pleased to be informing you that our sports clubs will be starting this half-term. 


Where possible, clubs will run outdoors; so please ensure children have appropriate sports clothing. We advise the school jumper and a pair of trainers (for cold weather).


Due to health and safety concerns, if children are not in suitable clothing or they forget their kit, they will not be allowed to take part.


In order to book a place on a club, you must use Parent Pay. There will only be 20 places per club.

Here is a breakdown of our clubs for this half-term


Tuesday 3.30 – 4.30pm

28th September – 19th October (4 sessions)

Wednesday 3.30 – 4.30pm

29th September – 20th October (4 sessions)

Thursday 3.30 – 4.30pm

30th September – 21st October (4 sessions)

Years 1 and 2 (dance)

Mrs Wilson

Year 6 (boys competitive football)

Mr Hughes

Year 5 (multi-sports)

Mrs Jones




Years 3 and 4 (dance)

Mrs Wilson




Mrs Jones

Beat the Street


From the 15th September – 27th October, Burnley and Padiham is being turned into a giant game. All of Ightenhill Primary School will receive an information pack, fob and card to take part in the local initiative aiming to get everybody out and active.


Let’s see if we can top the leader board and win some prizes for our school!

2019 – 2020 Academic Year


A huge well done to all those children who attended clubs in the spring term of 2020.

41% of children took part in KS2

33% of children took part in KS1