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PE and Sports 2020 - 2021

We at Saviour believe that physical activity not only improves health, reduces stress and improves concentration, but also promotes correct physical growth and development.  Exercise has a positive influence on academic achievement, emotional stability and interaction with others. 

Our aim is that; through physical education we teach and develop physical competence, an appreciation of skilled and creative performances, and understanding of basic principles of ‘fair play’ and improve inter personal skills.

Saviour provides many opportunities for children in and outside of school to compete in sport and other activities which enable them to build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.


We are delighted to announce that we, Saviour, have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2018/19 academic year. The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

Our sporting achievements this year include Cross Country, Inspire Multisport Festival, Tennis, Change4Life Festival, Swimming Gala, Netball, Archery and Hockey. Next year we aim to build on this and offer even more! Well done everybody.



Here you can find out which clubs are running this year and when each club is running. We attend lots of tournaments and matches throughout the year. You will receive a letter if you are invited to represent the school in a tournament.




Commando Joe


3.15 - 4.00pm


Year 6







3.15 - 4.00pm


3.00 - 4.00pm


Year 3-6



Year 4-6



3.15 - 4.00pm

Year 1-3




3.00 – 4.00pm

Year 4-6

Skipping workshop

On the 6th February, Reception to Year 6 took part in a skipping workshop getting the children ready for National Skipping day on Friday 24th April. This will be the eighteenth annual National Skipping Day organised by Skipping Workshops. The main theme for this year was to 'promote playground skipping'. The children had a fantastic time and learnt new skills and tricks when skipping.
A child from Year 4 said, 'The way to skip is to do the penguin arms', another child said, 'I will try skipping in the free play zone because it is a fun activity that everyone can do.'

Kevin Metzger visits Saviour

During Sport Relief week, Kevin Metzger came to Saviour and held a dynamic fitness circuit for the pupils and conducted an inspirational assembly including a demonstration of his sport, with the aim of inspiring the children to lead a healthier lifestyle. In preparation for Kevin's visit, the children were asked to get sponsored for their fitness circuit by family and friends. We are proud to announce that the children raised £691! Well done to all who took part!

Autumn Term
Sports and Competitions

Cross Country

Our cross country runners were once more a credit to their school and families. We are very proud of the effort, enthusiasm and support of each and every one of the 25 children who competed. The Girls team performed incredibly well!

For our Year 4, 5 & 6 Boys team, the outstanding effort was rewarded with a richly deserved place in the Manchester finals!

Tag Rugby

12 children competed in the excel Tag Rugby competition.  They enjoyed competing against other schools, communicating and collaborating as a team!

Cross Country Manchester Finals

Saviour Primary School's Cross Country Team have had their most successful season ever! The Boys team were the first team at Saviour to get through the Citywide County finals held at Wythenshawe park on the 25th November. 

As a school we are incredibly proud of the 6 boys for representing their school and families.


Congratulations once again to all who competed, and thank you to parents for supporting the team!

Spring Term
Sports and Competitions

Basketball Inspire

On 20th January, 9 of our Key Stage 2 children took part in a Basketball Inspire competition. The children played incredibly well and won the award for best team work. Well done to all the players!


Basketball Excel

Our first excel basketball competition was a huge success. The 10 children from Key Stage 2 whom took part in the Excel Basketball competition performed incredibly well. Throughout the tournament, we had shown an amazing amount of resilience and learnt a lot of lessons as the games went by. As a team, we really grew and the best part of tournament was watching the children continue to play until we were the last ones there.

Well done to all the children who participated in the tournament; they represented the school with great pride and showed thoughtful support to all the schools in their matches.




Another first for Saviour! The dodgeball excel competition could not have gone any better. We came first and won every match. There were 9 other school competing in the competition and we played amazingly! We could not be any prouder of our dodgeball team. Bring on the Manchester finals!




The children again demonstrated their fantastic teamwork as they worked together to win every single game of the Hockey tournament to secure their place in the final! Well done! 

Netball 1st April

Summer Term
Sports and Competitions