Fitter Future

Fitter Future is an online programme that offers schools a holistic approach to well-being that looks after the physical and mental well-being of children. All of their programmes are created by teachers, tested by children and suitable for classes of any size.


During COVID-19 children have free home access to Fitter Future: Get Active and Fitter Future: Be Mindful. To access the programme simply visit and select SIGN IN followed by STUDENT. Please use the login details that we have sent you via email.


Please note the platform is not designed for multi users with the same login details but due to the current situation it is easier to give every child in the school the same username and password rather than generate one per child which then needs emailing, by the school, to each parent individually. With this in mind please can you and your child not change the password.


If you are having trouble signing into Fitter Future you can also sign up directly with them for a (free) account personalised to you by visiting and selecting FAMILY.​

The London Youth Games
The London Youth Games finals have been cancelled this year because of the COVID-19 situation – so to take their place The London Youth Games have launched a 4 week Virtual Games where every young person in all London Boroughs can represent their Borough in a competition – whether they are in school or at home. THE COMPETITION STARTED TODAY JUNE 8TH.
Three weekly challenges will be released every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 9.00 a.m. on the London Youth Games website ( and social media channels. Participants will then have until Friday at 12.00p.m. to complete that weeks challenges and submit their scores online. All the challenges will relate to a London Youth Games sport and have been set by young Londoners with a connection to the Games.
The LYG Virtual Games are open to all children and young people from London, who will compete across the twelve different challenges to earn points for their Boroughs. All the challenges will come with suggested adaptations for space, equipment and ability to ensure they are as inclusive as possible. 
A leaderboard with the latest Borough standings will be updated every week, and after the final challenge, the winning Borough will be crowned the first ever LYG Virtual Games champions. Individual prizes are also up for grabs.
If you want to, you can send us some pictures of you undertaking some of the activities on the LYG website and we will put them on our website. Make sure to have your adults permission to send these photos and please leave a note in the email to say what activity you are doing in the picture.
Good luck and have fun!
Miss Treacy
PE Co-ordinator

Click below for the daily videos to go with our Daily Dance session. The theme this week; Superheroes!















Click on the links below for some ideas on how to stay active during school closures;

Balancing Activities for Home

Standing Long Jump Activities for Home

Move to the Beat Activities for Home

The Daily Mile at Home

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Sports at St Mary's 

Non Stop Action Timetable:


Football Club:

Year 3 and 4: Thursdays 3.30-4.30

Year 5: Fridays 3.30-4.30

Year 6: Tuesdays 3.30-4.30

Netball Club:

Year 6: Thursdays 12.45-1.15

Multi Skills

Year 1: Mondays 3.30-4.30

Year 2: Wednesdays 3.30-4.30



Physical education combines dance, gymnastics, games, athletics, swimming and outdoor adventurous activities to provide a broad and balanced range of experiences to enable children to face challenges and attain goals.  It is intended to help pupils’ development of individual, paired and group work, in co-operative, collaborative and competitive situations to cater for the strengths, preferences and needs of every pupil, regardless of their age, gender, cultural or ethnic background.


Our aims in teaching PE are:

•             To promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles, so pupils know the effects of exercise on the body, and the appreciation of safe exercising.

•             To develop social co-operation and positive attitudes towards physical education and to compete with a sense of fair play.

•             To provide an opportunity for children to develop skills as an individual, in pairs and in small groups, by repeating and refining actions and to perform with increasing control, co-ordination and fluency.

•             To provide children with an opportunity to achieve personal goals, including the ability to communicate and respond positively towards others.

•             To promote an understanding of safe practice, and develop a sense of responsibility toward their own and others safety and well-being.


The Daily Mile

The aim of The Daily Mile is to improve the physical, social, emotional and mental health and wellbeing of our children – regardless of age, ability or personal circumstances.

The Daily Mile is a social physical activity, with children running or jogging – at their own pace – in the fresh air with friends. Children can occasionally walk to catch their breath, if necessary, but should aim to run or jog for the full 15 minutes.

We want every child to have the opportunity to do The Daily Mile at St Mary’s RC Primary school, and all classes will be doing it 3 times a week.

The Daily Mile Works!

  •    It takes place in 15 minutes, with most children averaging a mile, or more, each day.

  •    Children run outside in the fresh air – and the weather is a benefit, not a barrier.

  •     It’s social, non-competitive and fun.

  •     The children return to class ready to learn.

  •     It helps to improve fitness and achieve a healthy weight.

  •     It encourages children to be aware of their health.

  •     It’s fully inclusive; every child, whatever their circumstances, age or ability, succeeds at The Daily Mile.

During the Autumn term each class received a map of London with 15 different London landmarks on it. Everytime they take part in the daily mile they move to a new landmark until they reach where they began. When they have completed the map each child will receive a daily mile sticker. Who will be the first class to finish?  


Click on the picture below to find out more about the Daily Mile;



The Government is spending over £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. Funding has been allocated to schools based on the number of primary-aged pupils (aged 5 to 11 years) as of the annual school census of January 2013. Schools must spend this additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport to give primary aged pupils the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle, but schools have the freedom to choose how they do this.

St Mary's Catholic Primary School is spending the allocated money to develop the teaching of PE and up-skill the subject leader during the academic year 2019-2020.

Sports Premium Money 2018

Sports Premium Money 2018-2019


Present and Future Plans

Healthy Active Lifestyles
Here at St Mary’s, we pride ourselves with having our school as active as possible with many activities available for pupils and ample opportunities for all to take part.

Non Stop Action:

In addition to the one hour lesson taught by our teaching staff, we have experienced specialist coaches from Non-Stop Action who provide the 2nd hour of PE teaching. These coaches focus primarily on outside sports and games and teach the children an abundance of skills and rules of the sports being studied. A coach from Non-Stop Action also runs an after school football club for years 4 and 3. 

JJ Premier Sports

A coach from JJ Premier Sports runs an after school football club twice weekly for years 5 and 6. In addition, years 1 and 2 have the opportunity to take part in after school multi-skills sessions led by JJ Premier Sports.


Netball Club:

A midday Netball club is being run by Miss Mullahy once per week on a Thursday during lunch.


Years 4 and 5 have the opportunity to learn, develop or refine their swimming skills (based on their individual abilities) through the participation in the borough’s swimming classes. Year 5 children participate in their swimming lessons from September through to the Spring Half Term and Year 4 commence after the Spring Half Term to the end of the year. 


During lunchtimes, supervised and structured activities are carried out by pupils under the watchful eyes of teaching assistants and the coach from JJ Premier Sports. The children are encouraged to take-part in additional daily physical activities. 



Break-times are structured similarly to lunchtimes and children are actively encouraged, by the staff on duty, to keep active. There is an abundance of opportunities for the children to be physically engaged in activity; from the outside climbing wall, the climbing frame or the many games/large musical instruments which are available to them. 


Pupils and parents are regularly encouraged to walk, cycle or scoot to school in our newsletters. Children know the importance of choosing to travel to school by other means than car- they are aware of the health benefits but also of the environmental benefits.     
The school has a physical activity policy which is adhered to.                                                                                                                                   

Using PE As A Tool For Whole School Development
There has been a significant improvement in pupils’ behaviour and engagement at both break and lunchtimes due to the fact that they are now actively engaged in various games or activities. This has led to an improvement in pupils’ concentration, commitment and self esteem in the classroom. There is a noticeable sense of fair-play being exhibited during competitions also. 
These positive impacts have led to staff confidence and morale to be improved and parents and teachers’ relationships to be strengthened. 
The attendance of pupils has been improved as is reflected in our newsletters.


Professional Learning and the rest of our PE team
Our teaching staff are both competent and confident when delivering lessons. With the inclusion of special sports coaches who deliver one of two of our lessons to each class, pupils have access to high quality professional learning. The pupils are not the only ones learning here but with the inclusion of the specialist coaches the teachers’ skills are further sharpened and refined. Pupils are always motivated and engaged in lessons, since some of them are given the opportunity to take part in leading parts of lessons.
Pupils are assessed on the skills which they have learnt at the end of each unit. Units last for a half term and in that time the children will learn, develop and hone the skills which they have learnt as well as their ability to play the game and follow the rules. The children are assessed in line with the new Assessment Without Levels scheme and are deemed to be either under target, on target or above target. 

A Broad Offer To All Pupils
At St Mary’s, pupils who are less active and the higher ability groups, are targeted by the teachers and specialist coaches. They are put into smaller selective groups and are taught skills according to their ability.
A range of sports and activities are available to the children including; football, tag rugby, netball, dance, cycling, swimming, volleyball, basketball and athletics. These are provided by both the teaching staff and the specialist coaches.
Pupils are consulted on opportunities that are available outside of the curriculum through the student council. The school also offers links to outside sports clubs and organisations which offer services after and before school and also during the school holidays.
Competition For All
At St Mary’s, the children regularly compete against one another during their PE lessons as well as during their club time for being ‘a personal best’ as well as ‘being the best;. They also take part in the borough’s football, athletics and netball competitions against other schools in the borough through the local Schools Games Organisers (SGO). The children love to put their skills to the test and to work together as a team against other competitors. 




This term our PE focuses are:

EYFS: Gymnastics

KS1: Cordination Games

KS2: Football

KS1 PE 2019-2020

KS2 PE 2019-2020:



St Mary's Catholic Football team is taking part in the 'Best Football League' organised by the Enfield PE Department.


Fixtures and Results

Tuesday 17th September 2019

St Mary’s 2 – 4 George Spicer


On Tuesday the 17th of September St Mary’s year 6 played their first football match in the Enfield schools league against George Spicer primary school. The children had only had one practice before the match but felt happy and confident about the upcoming game. They played well and as hard as they could but ultimately were beaten 4-2. Even though the children were disappointed with the score line they were looking forward to playing the next match.


Tuesday 8th October 2019

St Mary’s – Suffolk

St Mary’s – BHP


Due to year 6 being on PGL and the school unable to rearrange the next two fixtures against Suffolks Primary School and Bush Hill Park Primary School we decided to play the next two matches with year 5. Years 5 had also only had a few training sessions and were not expecting to being playing any matches this early in the school year but like year 6 were looking forward to the game. In the first game they played incredibly well and took an early lead and then scored again five minutes later. But at half time Suffolks showed their strength and experience and St Marys lost 4-2.

In the third game St Marys came up against a team that technically were very good and were much bigger and stronger than them and while they gave 110% effort they could not find a way to stop Bush Hill Park and were ultimately beaten 5-0. Although upset that they lost the team understood that they were beaten by a better team and that when they’re in year 6 that things would be different and are looking forward to the next match.


Tuesday 25th February 2020

St Mary’s – Carterhatch



Tuesday 17th March 2020

St Mary’s – Kingfisher Hall

St Mary’s – Woodpecker Hall




Fixtures and Results

Tuesday 1st October 2019

St Mary’s - St Matthew's (cancelled due toweather)



Tuesday 15th October 2019

St Mary's 0 - 4 Cuckoo Hall

Well done to the Year 6 girls who had their first game on the 15th of October. They played extremely well and gave their best efforts but unfortunately were bet by a better side on the day, Cuckoo Hall. The girls demonstrated great sportsmanship on the day.



Tuesday 3rd March 2020

St Mary’s – Oasis Hadley

St Mary’s – Houndsfield

Tuesday 31st March 2020

St Mary’s - George Spicer

St Mary’s - Woodpecker



PE GRANT INCOME: £9,414.00
Swimming: £11,640.00
Coaching : £25,837.00
Total :        £37,477.00

PE GRANT INCOME: £9,748.00
Swimming: £11,640.00
Coaching : £24,153,77
Total :        £35,793.77

PE GRANT INCOME: £9,781.00
Total Spent:
Swimming: £14,400
Coaching : £32,125.50

Resources: £1349.21

Total: £47,874.71


PE GRANT INCOME: £15,481.00
Total Spent:
Swimming: £14,400
Coaching : £32,277.50

Resources: £2,667.65

Total: £49,345.15


PE GRANT INCOME: £19,550.00
Total Spent:
Swimming: £14,400
Coaching : £35,164.50

Resources: £3087.83

Total: £52652.33






Please have a look at our PE policy which you can find on our Policy page.


Achievements 2018-2019


Sports Assembly:

Have a look at our sporting achievements last year.



Borough Sports:

Well done to everyone who represented our school in last year's Borough Sports. You did yourself and the school proud.



Year 6 Football Team:



Year 6 Netball Team:

Well done to the girls who took part in the Netball League last year. Thank you all for your hard work and dedication.


Dance Festival:

Last year we had 8 children from KS1 and 4 children from KS2 who took part in the dance festival. They danced to a song from Aladdin. They created their own steps and were supported by Mrs O'Neill, Miss Mullahy, Miss Treacy and Miss Falzone. They practiced after school for many weeks to perfect their dance. They showcased their dance to the school prior to taking to the stage at the Millfield Theatre. Thank you to all of our wonderful dancers and to everyone who came to support on the day. We hope you enjoyed our dance.



Achievements/Past Events from 2017-2018


We were very lucky to have the experience of Daniel Lewis; the Triple Jump Athlete. He came into our school, and we had sports workshops throughout the day with him.

Daniel Lewis PowerPoint