Tennis competition

On the 16th of June, 8 children from Year 4 went to play in a tennis tournament at St. Anne’s tennis club. After playing some fantastic tennis, both teams got into the semi final, where one team progressed to the final. Unfortunately, after a nail biting final, Lytham Hall Park lost by a few points. Thankfully, Lytham Hall Park are still through to the Fylde finals, to see if they can get to the Lancashire School Games. Well done to both teams, and good luck in the Fylde finals.

By Harry

Sporting Success


Wha a week for Lytham Hall Park! We was able to celebrate martial artists and gymnasts in assembly, as well as learning about our school team’s triumphs this week.

The Year 4 tennis team competed in the Fylde Mini Tennis Finals, where they became the champions of Fylde, and will move onto the next round, which is the Lancashire School Games. Good luck to those children.

Thirty three children competed in the Inter Schools Athletics Tournament on Monday. After a disappointing result last year, we were delighted to find out we came 2nd out of 9 schools! Well done to each and every child that competed. Every point counted, and with just one point behind the winners, we are already excited for next year!

Finally, well done to the Year 5 children, who stepped up and competed in the Year 6 mixed Cricket competition. Due to Year 6’s production, the Year 5’s were able to go along to the tournament and gain experience for next year.

What a week! Congratulations to all the children involved.

Mini Tennis Tournament


On Friday the 17th June, Lytham Hall Park took two teams from Year 4 to take part in the mini Tennis Tournament, at St Annes Tennis Club.  After being put in different groups, the two teams battled it out to win as many matches as possible.

After some fantastic play, our first team managed to win group 2, qualifying for the semi-finals as the winner. Our second team came joint first of group 1, but unfortunately came runner up, due to the points scored in matches. As we came runner up of group 1, and winner of group 2, it only meant one thing..

A Lytham Hall Park semi final!

Both teams played superb, and showed both competitiveness and graciousness. After a nail biting semi final, our first team managed to win and was through to the final, against Ansdell.

Our first team put on a spectacular display, and was able to beat Ansdell, making them winners of the tournament, and through to the next round.


Well done to all the children involved, they were fantastic ambassadors for our school. They were able to cope well with the tough situation they were put in, and best of all displayed some amazing tennis!

Good luck to team one in the next round.