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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

PE and Sport

St Paul’s enjoys a rich sports curriculum across all ages.  All children are encouraged to take part in sporting activities at both inter and intra level. We are part of several sports partnerships which allows us the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of different sporting opportunities and competitions at different levels.


As with everything we do at St. Paul's, our mission statement, 'Aspire not to have more, but to be more' permeates our approach to PE and sporting activities.  The  John Paul 2 Foundation 4 Sport (JP2F4S) teaches us essential virtues, which we strive to instill in pupils so that they can develop their characters, relationships, teamwork and sense of fair play.


Every class takes part in 2 hours of Physical Education every week. These lessons are delivered by our highly skilled teachers, who have benefitted from training which was funded by the government Sport Premium Grant (see below), as well as sports specialists who deliver bespoke packages for our school.


We are particularly proud of the impact of specialist Lacrosse coaching, which was funded by this grant.  39 of past pupils, boys and girls (Y2-Y6) became members of a local Lacrosse club! 5 of these female past pupils are now representing Cheshire on their B team!


Children in Years 3 and 4 take part in swimming lessons which last for 45 minutes and take place from September to the end of term in December each year.


Sports Clubs we offer by staff and outside companies:


Street Dance


Football (boys)

Football (girls)

American Flag Football


(Other seasonal clubs run at different times of the year: Netball; Rounders; Basketball; Cricket; Cross-Country; Athletics Tennis and Lacrosse.)

The girls in Years 5 and 6 were very proud to come second at the All Hallow’s football tournament. They were awarded silver medals.

Tag Rugby at All Hallows

First place at the Boccia- All Hallows

Boys’ football match after school

Cross country teams at All Hallows

Girls’ and Boys’ football matches.

Pop Lacrosse Poynton Finals

Boccia tournament at All Hallows

Boys football tournament at All Hallows

Cross country at All Hallows

Netball tournament at All Hallows

Team GB athlete visit and workshop - Leah Barrow

Basketball Tournament at All Hallows

Football Tournament at All Hallows

Class 4 Dance Lessons with P.A.S

Invasion Games - Attacking and Defending Skills