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Physical Education

Physical Education at Christ Church

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At Christ Church, we strongly believe that physical education, experienced within a safe and supportive environment, plays a crucial role in a pupil's physical development and overall wellbeing. Our commitment to offering a broad and balanced curriculum aims to boost pupils' self-confidence in managing themselves and their bodies across diverse movement scenarios.

By setting progressive learning objectives and employing supportive teaching strategies, we endeavour to create engaging, enjoyable, rewarding, and challenging learning experiences for all pupils. Through tailored tasks, we ensure that every child experiences success and is motivated to reach their maximum potential. Our focus lies in providing a secure and encouraging setting where children can excel in various physical activities, supporting their physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and moral growth.

At Christ Church, our PE curriculum is designed to be progressive, empowering children to cultivate fundamental skills and apply them across different sports and activities. Every child is equipped with essential skills and is given opportunities to showcase improvements, striving towards their personal best. Physical activity among our pupils positively impacts their academic learning, encouraging a healthy lifestyle and understanding of the importance of regular exercise.


Our ultimate goal is for children to embrace PE, fostering a passion for sports and physical activities that will endure beyond their time at primary school.

We Love PE at Christ Church Junior School!

Our Core Christian Values are reinforced through our love of PE and sport.


We show perseverance when we are learning a new skill or aiming for a personal best.

We show respect and encouragement to others when taking part in PE and sport.

We build friendships by working as team.

We show love for learning by embracing our opportunities.

We are honest when taking part in team games.


We are always kind.

Infant PE Policy

Extra-Curricular Clubs

We offer a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities across the federation but as far as sporting enrichment we offer the following opportunities:


Key Stage 1

  • Athletics

  • Football

  • Outdoor Adventures

  • Target Games

  • Multiskills

  • Gymnastics

  • TriGolf


Key Stage 2

  • Lunchtime football

  • Girls football- lunchtime

  • After school football

  • After school netball

  • After school dodgeball

  • After school cross country

  • Daily mile three times per week.


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The varied enrichment activities we provide encompass a wide array of sports, catering to the diverse interests and abilities of our students. Through these activities, we aim to not only enhance their physical skills but also instil important values such as teamwork, determination and resilience.

Accredited Local Clubs

Does your child want to join a club outside school? Wolverhampton City Council have accredited the following clubs in our local area.

Accredited Clubs

If your child is interested in joining a club outside of school, the following clubs are accredited by Wolverhampton City Council. If our teachers and coaches notice your child has a particular talent, we would signpost you to the clubs below:

  • Bilbrook Juniors FC

  • Bilston Swimming Club

  • East Park Wolves Cycle Speedway Club

  • FC Perton

  • Fordhouses Cricket Club

  • Liddar Sports FC

  • Old Wulfrunians and Tettenhall Cricket Club

  • Penn Colts FC

  • Penn Cricket Club

  • Punjab United Sports FC

  • Soccer Coaching 2000

  • The Royal School Swimming Club

  • Tiki Badminton Village

  • Titanium Artistic Roller Skating Club

  • Wednesfield Aces Cycle Speedway Club

  • Wightwick and Finchfield Cricket Club

  • Wolverhampton and Bilston Athletics Club

  • Wolverhampton Cricket Club

  • Wolverhampton Sporting Chances

  • Wolverhampton Swimming Club

  • Wolverhampton Wanderers FC Girls

  • Wolverhampton Wheelers Cycling Club

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