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National Sport Week 2020

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Keep Balanced Challenge

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Keep your eye on the Prize Challenge

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Keep Your Head Up Challenge

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Clubs - Term: Summer 1










Please see Miss Evans - Year 5/6 teacher if you have any questions regarding sport's clubs. 

Intent, Implement and Impact

What PE means to us! Filmed and directed by Year 5&6 children at St Aloysius.

St Aloysius PE and School Sport Video

Uploaded by MSP on 2018-03-16.

Over the past three years, there has been a transformation in attitude towards the importance of sport at St Aloysius and sport has become a real strength of our school. Through careful use of our Sports Premium funding, we have been able to improve and strengthen the quality of teaching and learning in PE in a variety of ways. By creating these links with Everton in the Community, Premier League Primary Stars and the BBC, the children have been part of some amazing opportunities. We have welcomed three footballers into school who took part in PE lessons with the children, we have also been on BBC Northwest tonight and we have hosted events and taken part in filming to promote physical activity with young people. Being part of this has created lots of excitement and high levels of engagement and the children are excited and proud to share all that we do at St Aloysius.


We became a trailblazer school for the new BBC and Premier League initiative - Super Movers. A member of the Super Movers team from the BBC, who we can been working closely with said, "St Aloysius have been the perfect trailblazer school for our Super Movers campaign. When we were first introduced by Everton in the Community and I was knocked out by the positive 'can do' attitude from Miss Wrigley and Miss Evans (Year 6 teacher and PE lead). We have asked a lot of the schools who have tested Super Movers, from completing surveys to hosting filming and arranging consent, yet despite the weight of daily school workloads and SATs, they always saw it as a great way to help get children more active in a fun way rather than a burden.

 It has been an absolute pleasure to work with them."

Premier League Quidditch Winners

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Our Proudest Moments  2018-current no

  • League Matches - Night 1 - WIN, WIN, - 6 Points.
  • Premier League EITC tournament - Won - onto regional finals. 
  • League Matches - Night 2 - WIN, WIN, DRAW - 7 Points. 
  • Cross Country Competition Night 1 - 5 Top Ten positions. Girls' team - 3rd Place. Boys' team - 1st place. 
  • Premier League EITC tournament (girls) - Semi finalists. 
  • Athletics SEA Cluster - Overall Winners.
  • Cross Country Competition Night 2 - 3 Top Ten positions. Girls' and Boys' team placed 4th.
  • Quidditch Premier League - Winners! First ever school in the UK to be crowned Quidditch League Winners.
  • Rebound Dance Show - Participation. 
  • Premier League LFC tournament - Won - onto regional finals. 
  • New Age Kurling - 3rd in group. 

Runner up - Outstanding Contribution to Sport in a Primary School

We were thrilled to be shortlisted for our very first Educate Award this year (2018) in the category for 'Outstanding Contribution towards Sport in a Primary School'. St Aloysius finished overall runner up; we are beyond proud of our children's commitment to sport, which led to this huge success. Thank you to all our children and families for your continued support in attending after-school clubs and supporting us at competitions.  

Gold School Games Mark - it continues to reward schools and other educational establishments for their commitment to Competitive Sport.

We also earned, for the 3rd year in a row, the Sainsbury's Gold Award for: increasing Engagement in School Games. Where we provide all students with two hours of timetabled Physical Education per week (within the curriculum only) and have extra curriculum provision inclusive of physical activity in addition to this. We try to engage at least 50% of pupils in each year group when clubs are available in extracurricular sporting and physical activity every week.