St Philip's Church of England

Controlled Primary School

PE & Sport

Welcome to our PE and Sports page


Keep up to date with after-school clubs and all the exciting things we get up to in school by following our school and class Twitter pages.




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Sefton Schools say


Mini Marathon - #kNOwknifeCrime – Bleed control Kit Cabinet Campaign


#kNOwKnifeCrime - We want to keep our community safe and be well resourced in the event someone needs medical assistance.


As a school we are always looking for opportunities and ways to educate our pupils on how to keep themselves safe. We have decided to team up with #kNOwKnifeCrime campaign and London Marathon 2024 and we will be fundraising for bleeding control kits and cabinets for outside our schools in Sefton.


To support the campaign and to sponsor the children for the Mini Marathon and the Year 5 and Year 6 pupils representing our school during the #kNOwKnifeCrime campaign relay, please follow the QR code.


We are part of the STRAND team, please state this when sponsoring.  

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Penalty shoot out - Foodbank donations


We had a brilliant day collecting donations for the foodbank, in exchange of taking a penalty against our school team goal keepers. Well done to all involved and congratulations to our winners, Year 2!


Olympic Athlete Visit


We had a brilliant day with Olympic athlete, Daniel Purvis. The children were very inspired during his assembly and everyone loved taking part in the whole school training circuit. 

Judo club

Some of our judo club managed to get their first belts this week. Well done!

Sports day 2021

We had such a wonderful day taking part in sports day this year. The sun was shining and everybody was excited to take part. Well done to winning house team!   


The whole school took part in an in-school triathlon event today and we loved it! Thanks, Tri-Kidz. 

Assault course

What better way to celebrate the end of an unusual school year, than to race your classmates on an inflatable assault course. It was enjoyed by all, even some teachers!

Everton in the Community

Year 1 enjoyed their afternoon of dance with an Everton in the Community coach. They danced non-stop and loved every minute. 

Jamie Carragher foundation visit

KS2 enjoyed taking part in a shoot out competition to celebrate national football week. We were so pleased for our year 5 class who won the competition against a number of local schools. Well done year 5!

All of our clubs are linked to the Children's University. This accredits learning outside the classroom and pupils need to attend 100 hours of activities to graduate at the end of Y6. Pupils can also have a CU Passport so that they can gain credit for clubs outside school. There are an increasing number of accredited clubs in our local area and these can be found on the CU website. Children can collect many credits in this way, helping them to graduate at the end of Y6.