PE & Sporting Activities
At St. Michael's our ambition is to provide an increased range of physical opportunities that our children can enjoy throughout the school day and sign post them to community activity and celebrate activity as seen in a fit and healthy lifestyle. We utilised the chief medical officer’s recommendation of the 60 active minutes per day as a catalyst to invoke change across our school.
We have active lunchtimes, exciting after school activities and sports and a wide range of competitive opportunities. We celebrate childrens’ achievements in community clubs.
We strive to help children from our school follow a fit and healthy lifestyle which they can take into adulthood.
We also had the amazing news of the awarding of the Sainsbury Platinum school mark to St.Michaels.
Cross country October 2019
Well done to all our cross country teams who ran at the recent competition at Marshbrook school. The year 3 teams, none of whom had represented school before, tried their best.Year 4 also competed most ably, special mention goes to Isobelle who came second.Although our teams did not progress to the finals they all showed our school values of perseverance, service to our school and courage.
Sport for all Oct 2019
Well done to all our sport for all teams who competed at the recent competition at Cheslyn Hay leisure centre. There were three year 3 and year 4 teams, who tried out new sports: Goalball, Boccia, Sitting Volleyball and New age Kurling. All the children had a fabulous time enjoying each event. All the activities gave our children the chance to compete against other schools. Well done!
Sports Day 2019
Cricket - June 2019
Well done to our cricket team who participated in the South Staffs event last Monday, 17th June. It was a closely fought contest with St Michael’s coming second overall, just missing out on the county finals.
Tri Golf Tournament - May 2019
Well done to our Golf teams who participated at the recent South Staffs event. The 20 players from year 3 and year 4 played in two teams, competing in eight challenges. These included the famous Bulls eye game and the intriguingly named Finders Keepers game. The year 4 team showed great determination and were rewarded with a 5th Place overall. The year 3 team, who were representing our school for the first time, all competed to the best of their ability and came 6th overall.
Tag Rugby Tournament - May 2019
Well done to our Tag Rugby squad who participated at the recent South Staffs event. The 12 players from year 4 played with outstanding sportsmanship and teamwork, competing in five matches. They showed great determination and were rewarded with a 3rd place overall, only just failing to make it through to the finals and county qualification.