Our Mission

At Christ Church Primary School, we aim to establish a sporting culture that enables and encourages all children to play and enjoy sport.

Christ Church is proud of the sport that we offer; both in PE and Games lessons and extra-curricular activities.

Every child takes part in at least 2 hours of physical activity each week. This is either in PE lessons in the hall or a Games  lesson outside. Over their time at Christ Church children will have experienced various sports and gained many skills.


Community Links


We are very lucky to have great links with local clubs. From the enjoyment of PE in school, many children go on to join local teams and clubs in a number of sports, such as: Hockey, Football, Gymnastics, Tag Rugby and Tennis.



What do children at Christ Church think of their PE lessons?

When asked what Rhys enjoys about PE, he said, "I enjoy the warm-ups and the games as it makes me get better and fitter.

"I loved athletics because it made me ready for sports day." Chloe 

“I think I have made a lot of progress in PE this year; I have improved my skills."  Lily 

“I have participated in the swimming gala and a football match. It was good to be competitive and represent the school.” Toby 

“I learnt new skills in cricket and enjoyed playing with my friends." Oliver 

“Multi-skills was excellent. I enjoyed hula-hooping with the girls and enjoyed learning about basketball." Bethan 


Sport Clubs at Christ Church

We offer a number of sports clubs for children in all years. The clubs depend on the time of year. Some of the clubs that we offer include:

Hockey – This is an opportunity for Key Stage 2 children to learn and develop the basic skills. We aim to enter a hockey tournament each year at Lichfield Hockey Club.

Football – We have been fortunate to have a coach from the Bryan Small Academy to deliver this training for children in Year 5 and 6. There are regular matches and tournaments that we take part in.

Netball– This is a club for both boys and girls in Years 5 and 6. The children have weekly training sessions and compete in a number of tournaments and matches.

Cross Country– This is for children in Year 5 and 6. The children go out weekly and compete in a number of local tournaments.

TagRugby – A weekly club for children in Key Stage 2. This club is lead by a local coach who aims to teach the children the basic skills of the sport. We aim to enter a tournament each year.

Tennis– This club is for children in Year 2 and 3 and is an introduction to the basic skills required for the sport.

Rounders– This is a club for Key Stage 2 children. The children learn the skills of the sport and participate in a tournament towards the end of the summer term.

Athletics– This club is available in the Summer term for all key stage 2 children. It is an opportunity for children to explore different areas of Athletics and have the chance to be entered into a county tournament.

Other after-school clubs have included:




Extreme sports

Ultimate frisbee

Garden bowls



Paralympic legacy club