• At Christ Church, we understand how important being active is to all pupils.
  • Providing a broad and accessible range of activities for children to engage in throughout their primary school journey will promote a healthy lifestyle and have a positive impact on both emotional and physical well-being.


  • Our curriculum aims to give opportunities in a variety of skills and games. In Early years, children are given guidance on learning the basics: movement, balance, coordination, flexibility and agility.
  • As they move through the school, they discover cooperative and competitive activities while mastering the key skills in an extensive variety of sports:
  • Athletics, dance, gymnastics, football, hockey, rugby, netball, basketball, handball, swimming, cricket, rounders, frisbee and tennis.


  • An extensive and engaging program of study will inspire all children to take part in activity and shape positive attitudes towards health and fitness.
  • Moreover, we value choice for children to lead their own activities during break and lunchtimes, as well as providing a range of fun opportunities for inter house and local school competitions for children to capture their sporting passions and flourish in a wider context.

What we do in PE and when we do it

Christ Church is proud to offer a wide range of sports and activities for children to get stuck in to. Thanks to Sports Premium funding, we have a depth of resources that allow for varied opportunities.




Sports clubs are well underway at Christ Church and we have kicked the year off with a variety of activities for children to get stuck into. As well as teachers volunteering to run clubs, we have St. Laurence Secondary sports leaders running two clubs on a weekly basis adding a community feel.

Netball club is one of those clubs lucky enough to have support from St. Laurence students who kindly offer their expertise to improve skills and prepare for an up and coming tournament with our cluster school group


Football club is a stalwart at Christ Church and Mr Douglass and Mr Westwood offer opportunities for boys and girls across Key stage Two to develop their skills and have fun. They are also preparing children for a handful of competitions.

Cricket, ball skills and mindful stretching complete the activities.

PE documents

PE Skills progression