PE and Sports

PE makes a valuable and integral contribution to the whole primary school curriculum. Pupils are involved in developing their skills, knowledge and understanding within a range of activities so that they can perform with increasing competence and confidence.

PE provides the opportunity for pupils to be creative, competitive and to work together cooperatively in a variety of different contexts.

At Steeple Morden Church of England Primary School our vision is: that all young people should receive high quality PE lessons. Our pupils have access to an outstanding range of extra- curricular sport and physical opportunities (both on their school site and within the local community).

Throughout the course of the year the following clubs will be offered:  football, rugby, netball, hockey, cricket, athletics, running, orienteering, country dancing and multi skills clubs.

All sports clubs are free to pupils -the school uses Sports Premium Finances to pay for them. During the year, we enter all the local sporting competitions and are generally very successful. We try and include as many children as possible to represent the school in these events. The school teams are selected from the children who have shown commitment by attending before and after school clubs. School clubs change each term, so please see the ‘Star’ newsletter, which is accessible through the front page of our website, for details.

2015/16 – Saw a record number of teams entered in completion as well as a record number of pupils representing their school.

3 Netball Teams (21 children)

3 Hockey Teams (18 children)

3 Gym Teams (12 children)

2 Football Teams (20 children)

2 Tag Rugby Teams (20 children)

6 Mixed Cricket Teams (60 children)

2 Quad Team Athletics Teams (20 children)

4 Tennis Teams (16 children)

60 children took part in the Year 3 and 4 Cross Country which was held at Bassingbourn Village College.

60 Year 5 and 6 children took part in the local Cross Country Competition which was held at Wimpole Hall. 

Steeple Morden Win the Shield with 100% record!
Steeple Morden won all their matches in the South Cambridgeshire Schools Sports Partnership's Year 5/6 Tag Rugby competition. The competition was a qualification round for the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Sainsbury’s School Games Spring Finals with the top two teams going through to represent South Cambs at this prestigious event.
Claire McDonnell, Partnership Manager said, “It was an exciting afternoon of competition and congratulations must go to all of the players and schools that took part.
South Cambs Cross Country Competition at Wimpole November 2016

2015 - 2016 Roll of Honour


Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby  - District winners

This team went on to represent South Cambridgeshire in the Autumn County Games

Year 5 and 6 Kwic Cricket – District Winners

This team represented South Cambridgeshire in the County Final and came 3rd overall.

Year 5 and 6 Girls Kwic Cricket – Runners Up

Year 3 and 4 Mixed  Kwic Cricket – Runners Up

Quad Kids Athletics – 3rd overall

Year 5 and 6 Hockey  
This team went on to represent South Cambridgeshire in the School Games Festival in July and came 3rdd overall

Year 5 and 6 Netball – 4th overall

Year 5 and 6 Cross Country – 7th overall

Year 3 and 4 Cross Country – BVC – 3rd overall

Year 3 and 4 Gym competition – 8th overall

Year 3 and 4 Tennis competition 5th overall


The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme, launched in 2012, to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England can be assessed at either bronze,  silver and gold levels.

In September 2016 we were very proud to learn we had been awarded GOLD for the 2nd year running!