PE and Sport Premium

  • Y5 Biathlon Squad
  • Boys Year 4&5 football squad
  • Y5 Dodgeball Squad
  • Y5/6 Girls Football Team
  • Girls Y3/4 and 5/6 football squads
  • Coventry West Athletics Winners
  • Coventry West Athletics Winners

PE and sport premium for primary schools

The Government are spending over £450 million on this funding over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016.

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

St Christopher Primary School receives PE and Sport Premium Funding. We use this along school budget to employ Mr Coyle as PE and Sport Leader. Below is our PE and Sport Funding Impact Reports are below.

PE and Sports Impact Report 2018 – 2019

PE and Sports Impact report 2017-2018

PE and Sports Impact Report 2016 – 2017

Sports this week

Mr Coyle and Miss Burdett traveled with the girls football squad to the finals tournament at the Ryton Sports Connexion on Tuesday evening. Having qualified for the finals from an earlier competition, the girls were now competing with the remaining 8 other girls football teams to win the trophy. The girls started brightly with a 2-0 win over Bablake School followed by a 2-1 win against St Thomas More Primary School. In the final group game the girls lost narrowly but the two victories ensured that they progressed to the semi-final. Tiredness was starting to take effect on all of the remaining teams and in the semi-final, although the girls gave everything, they could not overcome a strong All Souls Primary team. The girls were disappointed but were pleased when Mr. Coyle reminded them that they were had won 5 games out of 7 and were now among the top four football teams in Coventry this year. Well done to the girls! The netball team traveled to Grange Farm Primary School for its latest league fixture and were on the wrong end of an 8-0 defeat. The team created as many shooting chances as the home side but were unable to finish off their good approach play. In contrast the home side’s finishing was excellent scoring 8 goals from 10 shots. Thank-you to Mrs Flegg for attending with Mr Coyle. The Year 2 children have been working hard practising for the indoor agility competition next Tuesday. Some of the Y6 children, who won the sports hall trophy final recently, have been passing on their skills and experiences during practice sessions at lunchtimes this week. Finally, its is Sport Relief Day on Friday and our children will be taking part in a variety of events including the children’s Sport Relief Mile. It will be lovely to see them all in school in Friday dressed as their sporting hero or heroine to support a very worthy cause.    

An amazing achievement for the school and our pupils who went onto the finals of the Coventry sports hall athletics competition on wednesday 5th February and smashed home an overall victory bringing back plenty of trophies and medals!

Sports Monthly Updates

Sports report January 2020