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Once again, we completed the Sports Mark* application- a detailed process which analyses our sporting provision here at St Saviour's Catholic Primary and Nursery School.  This mark ranks us nationally against other schools and considers the amount of opportunity's we provide the children with both during curriculum time and through extra-curricular activities. The results are in and…

we have achieved Sports Mark GOLD for the 2nd time! 

(*The School Sports Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.)

Our mission 




At St Saviour's physical education is about providing a high quality curriculum which inspires all pupils to succeed whether that is competitively or in other physically-demanding activities.         

We aim to provide opportunities for all pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness.   

We also aim to provide children with opportunities to compete in team sports and other activities helping to build character and embed values such as fairness and respect. 


For more information on what is being taught in each year group, please see our topic webs found in the 'Termly Synopsis of Work'.





Active 30:30


Did you know that it’s recommended that all children get at least 60 active minutes a day? That’s 30 minutes in school and 30 minutes at home! Help to achieve your 60 minutes by getting involved in some of our sporting activities. 


During school time we all get involved in:



All daily Arithmetic sessions now begin with a physical activity within the classroom e.g. star jumps – raising the heart-rate, improving oxygen flow and fitness.



Each day when the children line up after morning break and lunchtime the music will go on and everyone – staff included - will dance! This will again raise the heart-rate, get the oxygen flowing and wake up the brain!  Ask the children about their dance moves!




What will you do to ensure that your child has 30 minutes of physical activity when they come home?

After school clubs

Our after school clubs will be run by Progressive Sports- they're a great way to keep active, develop physically and have fun! 


 (All after school clubs run from 3:15 until 4:30.)


Morning clubs


Morning clubs are will also be run by Progressive Sports and are a great way to wake up and shake up ready for a great day in school!



(All morning clubs run from 8:00 until 8:45.)



Alongside our after school clubs, our year and six five Change 4 Life leaders run clubs every lunch time. Listen out for the whistle when it’s your classes day and get involved! The timetable for these clubs runs as follow:


Monday: FS2 and year 1

Tuesday: year 2

Wednesday: year 3

Thursday: year 4

Friday: year 5 and 6