Our mission statement
"Growing together within God's loving family, we support, challenge and
inspire each other to become the best that we can be"
Our school is dedicated to improving the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision - this includes increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils will adopt a healthy life-style and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
Using school funding in addition to the government Sports Grant funding, our school has been able to provide, at different times, the following sports for our children - and we have an impressive trophy cabinet which is testament to our success and enter every completion available to Salford schools.
As well as curriculum P.E., our children participate in:
Hockey, Athletics, Girls Football, Boys Football, Watersports, Tri-Golf, Tennis, Cricket, Lacrosse, Handball, Dance, SAM Club (Skills, Ability and Movement), Basketball, Multi-Skills, Dodgeball and Skiing. School also provides swimming lessons for every year 3 and 4 pupils for a year. Nursery and Reception children also have access to the dedicated sports coach lessons during school time. Staff and children will also take part in "The Daily Mile" initiative - regularly running/walking around the school perimeter at lunch time in order to increase everyone's health and wellbeing.
We are extremely proud of our staff and children - their dedication, and attitude towards physical activity and sport in our school is fantastic!
Our Girls Football Team with all our trophies from all competitions
in different sports - Well Done!
Breakfast Club and Afterschool Club Provision for Working Parents
School operates Breakfast and Afterschool Clubs for working parents. Children must be registered through the school office and payment varies according to length of stay. Miss Jordan - School Business Manager will provide you with the relevant details on request.
The clubs are led by Senior Playworker Miss Allcroft and Playworker Mrs Stevenson - the children can have a healthy breakfast and enjoy various activities. Playworker Mrs Bailey assists in the after school club
Mrs Stevenson and Miss Allcroft doing an Easter
activity in Breakfast Club with some of the children.
The paid breakfast and after-school clubs are oversubscribed with waiting lists - please be aware that, although we endeavour to offer to everyone you may not be allocated your requested provision.
Children in years 1-6 can come into school every day at 8.30am to join in with "Morning Move" - children must arrive promptly at 8.30am in order to be included - this is very popular and our chilren love this activity before class starts. This is a free provision.
“Healthy Eating” and “Craft” clubs are available in the summer Term. Numbers are restricted.
The gardening club is very popular and has lots of success besides growing vegetables! This starts in spring term and children will be invited to sign up for it.