At Emmaus Primary School we aim to provide a high-quality physical education curriculum that inspires all of our pupils to succeed and excel in competitive and non-competitive sports and other physically demanding activities. We aim to provide opportunities for our pupils to become confident in a way which supports their health and fitness as they move towards making their own choices as young adults. In addition we aim to provide opportunities for children to compete in sport and other activities in order to build character and help to embed values such as team work and fairness.
We aim to develop children who are determined to succeed, think creatively and resourcefully in order to give every young person the opportunities to achieve and follow their aspirations for life. To do this we have a strong ethos of hard work coupled with fun and engaging opportunities.
These are the six values that form ‘Spirit of the Games’ part of the wider
Sporting Spirit programme.
Competition creates the ideal context in which to explore personal values and conduct, as through it young people can learn how to handle victory and defeat, how to believe in their abilities and achieve their personal best, and how to respect their opponents and work with their team-mates to achieve success. The way in which schools communicate these values and involve young people in championing this cause will help bring the Spirit of the Games to life. This will ensure that competitive school sport is a rich learning experience for your young people, an experience which develops them to be not only the best sportsperson they can be but the best person as well.
5C Speed Bounce Personal Challenge. How many jumps cam you do in 30 seconds?
Year 5 take part in a Rounders development day at Fazakerley High School - learning skills and drills leading to competition
KS2 Summer Sports day 2019
KS2 Basketball teams
KS2 Water Polo at Wavertree Aquatics Centre.
KS1 Indoor Athletics Competition at Saint Julie's High School - well done team on finishing in 3rd place.
Ski taster session at Pendle
Despite the wet and very cold weather conditions at Pendle Ski Centre, the Year 6 children were able to begin their preparations for the Liverpool Schools ski trip next year. For most of the children, this was their first opportunity to wear the boots and skis and begin to learn the very basics of skiing. All children managed the day very well and were able to ski a few metres, which will benefit them very much once they ski next year in France.
The instructors commented that there is great potential in this group of children and
as long as they listen well, they'll progress very quickly during the week skiing.
It will certainly benefit the children if they build up strength and stamina in their legs and arms and come along to cross country training on Friday lunchtimes.
Pendle Ski Centre
Pendle Ski Centre
The year 3 boys demonstrated such skill and determination in their tournament at LFC Academy this week. Emmaus Legends and All stars performed fantastically well against some very tough competition
Gold School Games Award 2017/18 was awarded for the second year running
Show Racism the red card workshop at Godson Park - important Q&As sessions about educating young people on how to stand up against racism and teaching them about embracing diversity. They also got to meet Oumar Niasse, striker for Everton FC.
Start of cross country league. Great to see so many new faces racing and at training.
KS1 Athletics team
Congratulations to the KS 2 netball team
Well done to the KS1 athletics team for coming 3rd in their heat out of 11 schools. Great achievement team!
2018 athletics team at Wavertree. A nerve racking yet completely amazing 2 nights at the Athletics Centre. Well done to all children that took part
Junior Sports Day May 2018
Wildcats football taster session for Year 5&6 girls
Year 6 Kwik cricket tournament at Sefton Cricket Club
Year 5 Quicksticks Hockey competition at North Liverpool Academy - well done team, great effort!
KS2 Dance Competition at North Liverpool Academy
Key stage 1 swimming team
A fantastic achievement from the Year 6 boys as they came top of their heat today at Liverpool Football Academy.
Great effort and determination from the year 5 team. Well done boys on coming 3rd in your heat.
Great team work for the year 4 boys for coming 3rd in their heat at Liverpool Football academy
'Night at the movies' evening performance at Archbishop Beck Sports Academy
'NIght at the movies' dance workshop at Archbishop Beck Sports College
LSSP KS2 Dance Festival 2018
Congratulations to the KS1 gymnasts who came top in their performances.
Safer Internet Day, Tuesday 6th February, at Goodison Park, Everton Football Club
Safer Internet Day at Liverpool Football Club
Come along to cross country training, Friday lunchtime at 12 o’clock.
KS2 'Night at the movies' dance masterclass
'Tangled Web' performance - teaching us about how to keep safe whilst online
Tangled Web workshop for Year 6
A superp effort from the Basketball team who finished 5th in their heat at Broughton Hall High School this week.
The Water Polo did a fantastic job this week coming 3rd at Wavertree Aquatics Centre
KS2 Boccia competition at North Liverpool Academy.
Year 2 Matball competition
Indoor sports hall athletics at Alsop High School
Congratulations to the girls for winning their heat and gaining a place in the city finals in February next year.
Pendleton Ski Club - year 6 preparation for ski trip in January 2018
Pop Lacrosse taster session with year 6
New Age Kurling - Team A compete in the city finals at. Norte Dame Catholic College
Year 5 successfully complete their Sports Young Leader training with thanks to LSSP. They will now be able to help plan and organise sports activities throughout the school.
Year 2 Boys played brilliantly in their heat at Liverpool Football Academy, just to be pipped at the post by St.Paul's. The highlight of their morning was a special appearance from Steven Gerrard! How lucky!
Cross country team's second race at Newshsm park and third race at Stanley park. Well done to all runners!
New age Kurling - well done to both teams, especially Team A who have made it through to the city finals! ( Friday 13th October)
Year 5/6 Dodgeball team competed at Norte Dame Catholic College
First cross country race of the season at Wavertree. Well done to all runners, especially those runners who ran their first race!
Emmaus is awarded Liverpool Healthy Schools Award 2017-2020. Congratulations to all children, staff and parents for contributing to keeping our children happy, healthy and safe
Beth Tweddle's Total Gymnastics Year 5
Sport Young Leader trip to Goodison - with thanks to Jordan Heskell at Everton in the Community for organising the trip.
Team building games and Q&As with Graham Stuart -
former Everton player.
Year 5 Kurling Intra competition - the winning team
Basketball Masterclass at Archbishop Beck High School July 2017
A great day at Alder Cricket club - well done to the year 5&6 boys.
Emmaus have entered a Year 5/6 Kwik cricket tournament this term and the first match was played at home against Blessed Sacrament on Friday. Our next match is planned for next Wednesday against St Francis de Sales.
Change 4 Life Year 2 club with the help of KS2 Young Leaders
Year 2 Athletics at Walton Hall Park. Congratulations on 2nd place.
Junior Sports Day, May 2017
Young Leaders are awarded their certificates and medals by Everton in the Community coaches. Well done to all childrem who took part in the programme and have been given a special invite to a sports event at Goodison later on in the summer term.
Congratulations to Mikey and his team for winning the Cleethorpes Football Tournament 2017
The Emmaus Swimming team reach Liverpool City Finals on Friday! Good Luck swimmers.
Year 5 Sports Young Leaders - session 1
Congratulations to Jack Stanton for his 2nd place victory in the cross country City Championships at Wavertree
Year 2 Swimmimg team took part in KS1 Swimming Gala at Wavertree. Well done to all children involved.
Year 5 win all of their games at the EFC tournament at Fazakerkey High School and are now through to the final at Finch Farm in May
Year 5 water safety session at Ellergreen
The year 5&6 children had a inspirational afternoon at St Margaret's Academy on Friday as they took part in a PE masterclass. The children participated in a number of physical activities and got to meet and have a Q&A session with Abigail Stones, full time GB Taekwondo athlete, one of the rising stars after winning World Junior champion 2014, youth olympic bronze medalist, junior European bronze medalst, 5x national champion.
Year 5/6 PE Masterclass
Well done to all runners who have trained so hard throughout the year and committed their time and effort to our school cross country team. The league has now come to an end with final races held at Sefton Park and Wavertree. Congratulations to all runners, especially Jack Stanton on his 5th place finish and James Pedsrson for coming 4th in the last race. This year's City Cross Country Championships will take place at Wavertree on Tuesday 21st March and Tuesday 28th March. Letters will be sent home this week.
EFC in the community young leaders award- final session presenting to the group
February 2017 - KS1 Judo demonstration and after school club
January 2017 - The Basketball team competed at Archbishop Beck High School
Well done to all Year 5&6 children who took part in the 6 week Basketball coaching. We will now be selecting a team to represent Emmaus in the new year.
Dec 2016 - Year 6 Water Polo team are crowned City Champions
Well done to the Year 5 & 6 children for gaining 3rd place in the Sportshall Indoor Athletics
Year 5 football home match, 7-3 win against St. Oswalds
EFC Football Tournaments at Liverpool Power League. Well done to the Year 1 and Year 3 teams who took part.
Well done to all the Year 5/6 children who completed the 7 week Dodgeball after school club
ShoeBox Assembly Friday 14th October - Thanks to Mrs Buckland and the school council, we now know what we should and shouldn't put in the shoeboxes.
Clarke's Gardens - 4th race of the season. The next race is not until February 2017 but training will continue each Friday lunchtime.
Archery Assembly 14.10.16 - After school club to begin the first Monday after half term
Mental Health Awareness Day - 10th October
September 2016 - Emmaus is awarded Silver Games Mark!
Third race of the season at Stanley Park. Great effort from all runners, especially James Pederson in 3rd place
The Emmaus cross country team has taken part in the 2nd and 3rd race of this year’s league at Newsham Park and Stanley Park. It has been great to see so many new runners putting themselves forward to represent our school. Although at times it can be quite tough, it is extremely rewarding to see our team finish with a great sense of achievement, some even smiling crossing the finish line! I am particularly delighted with James Pederson’s 3rd place finish. You finally did it James! Well done to all runners, proud of you all.
Next race: Thursday 13th October at Clarke’s Gardens
EFC Football Tournement at Liverpool Power League - Well done on gaining a place in the final at Finch Farm!
The Year 2 Boy’s football team completely smashed the Everton Football tournament on Monday at Liverpool Power League. Due to their great team work and excellent skills, the boys have now successfully gained a place in the final which will be held at Finch farm in the new year 2017. Great effort from all the team members and man of the match going to Joshua Harwood for his outstanding defence, agility and focus!
Thanks to all parents for helping out with transport on this day.
Cross country at Newsham Park - great to see some new runners taking part
Tag Rugby coaching- great leadership skills and refereeing from Luke, Louisa and Jack
Dodgeball team compete at De la Salle
The 2016 Cross Country league started this week at Wavertree with a fantastic run by the year 5 & 6 children. Special congratulations to James Pederson, 4th place and Jack Stanton, 9th place. well done to all the team!
Well done to the Emmaus Athletics Team who ran at Wavertree Athletics Centre over the past few weeks.