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Physical Education

Welcome to the PE page where we will post all photos, results and news from across the school.

As part of our school curriculum we aim to encourage physical activity throughout the day. If you are looking to be active in the morning, you could follow our daily mile route before school. Parents and carers are welcome to join in!

During the school day PE lessons provide a variety of physical activities in order to develop co-ordination, body awareness, ball skills, teamwork, perseverance and sportsmanship. Each class is timetabled for regular PE lessons, which include gymnastics, dance and games. Children in Key stage 2 have timetabled swimming lessons. In addition, we have a number of after school sports clubs which change on a seasonal basis.


PE Summer 1 Newsletter 2023

PE Spring 2 Newsletter 2023

PE Spring 1 Newsletter 2023

PE Autumn Newsletter 2022

Sporting Events


Droitwich & Worcester City Indoor Athletics

Children from years 5 & 6 took part in a competitive indoor athletics competition. We competed against bigger schools where the girls managed to finish 3rd and the boys 4th. Well done to everyone who took part. 


Year 2 Gymnastics at Worcester City Gym

Year 2 had a wonderful afternoon taking part in various gymnastic activities. Thank you to the excellent helpers from Bishop Perowne who led the activities. 


Droitwich & Worcester City Panathlon

A handful of children across KS2 took part in a Primary Panathlon event at Regency High Scool. The children took part in various activities: parachute popcorn, polybat, precision bean bag, new age kurling, flight path skittles and slam dunk. They performed so well and finished in 2nd place! 


Santa Dash

All staff and children took part in our Santa Dash activity. We had great fun singing and dancing to Christmas songs whilst being physically active!




Kho Kho at St. John's Sports Centre 

A small group of children from Y5 and Y6 enjoyed a traditional Indian game called Kho Kho. They played against other schools and were brilliant working as a team! They are going to teach it to their classes over the next couple of weeks. 



Cross Country at RGS The Grange (School Games Event)

Well done to those in Y5 and Y6 who participated in the School Games event at RGS The Grange. An extra well done and good luck to Eve (Y5) on qualifying in 6th place to represent Droitwich and Worcester City in the next round! 

RGS Cross Country



Tag Rugby at Worcester RFC

A mix of children from year 3 and 4 had great fun at a tag ruby festival. They took part in skills activities and played against 5 other schools. 


Year 5 Cross Country at Bishop Perowne

Year 5 took part in a cross country event against other local schools. Well done to everyone for giving it their best effort but an extra well done to Eve and Dexter for winning their races!

Year 5 Cross Country


Archive for the 2022/23 academic year.


We are thrilled to be awarded with a GOLD award for the School Games. Well done to all the children taking part in events throughout the year.


Mobile Caving - Sports Week 

The whole of St. George's had a go at mobile caving. Some of the teachers were also brave and gave it a go! 


Sports Week - Day 4 - Sports Day

We had another successful year at Bishop Perowne (thank you for having us!) for our Sports Day. The competition on the day was close but Red House came out victorious for the second year running! 

More photos to follow. 

1st Place - Red House - 349 points

2nd Place - Green House - 244 points

3rd Place - Blue House - 240 points

4th Place - Yellow House - 218 points 


Sports Week - Day 3 - New Age Kurling and Archery 

Each class had a session with Mrs Congrave and Mrs Robinson today experiencing archery and new age kurling. Thank you to both for running the activities! 


Sports Week - Day 2 - Zumba

A huge thank you to Stella for coming in once again for another wonderful morning of Zumba! 


Sports Week - Day 1 - Fitness Orienteering 

Reception, KS1 and KS2 had great fun completing out orienteering fitness trail in school today. A huge thank you to our wonderful 'Sports Crew' for helping with Reception and KS1. 


Tri-golf at Worcester Golf Range

Some children from Year 4 competed in a school games tri-golf competition. They did really well and finished 5th out of 12 schools with 786 points! 



Inclusive Festival at University of Worcester Arena 

Children from across Year 5 & 6 represented St George's at an Inclusive Festival ran by UW students. They had great fun playing wheelchair basketball, table cricket, racket sports and many others. They managed to score over 700 points throughout the session! 


Worcestershire Spring Games - Hockey 

After winning the Droitwich & Worcester City competition, the Year 5 & 6 team represented the area at the Worcestershire Spring Games. They played fantastically throughout! Well done to all involved! 

A special mention must go to Mrs Zihni who was awarded with a certificate from the School Games Organisers for the 'Upskilling Staff' award over the past year. Well done Mrs Zihni! 


School Games Qualifier - Hockey

A Year 4 team, and a mixed Year 5 & 6 team competed against other schools today. Each team played 6 games at the Worcester International Hockey Centre. The Year 4 team won their first 5 games and lost their final game narrowly missing out on 1st place! The Year 5 & 6 team also won their first 5 games but drew their last game meaning they went unbeaten and finished in 1st place. 

The Year 5 & 6 team will now represent Droitwich & Worcester City at a Worcestershire tournament. 


The Downs Football Festival (Malvern)

The Year 3 and 4 St. George’s Football Team were excellent throughout the whole tournament. They did really well as the only team from Worcester. The team had wins, draws and losses in a fun tournament. Thanks to The Downs for hosting!


Kidderminster Harriers Football Tournament (Boys)

The boys had a great afternoon of football. They had wins, draws and losses across the afternoon and performed exceptionally against bigger schools! We won our final game on penalties!


Kidderminster Harriers Football Tournament (Girls)

The girls were excellent at their first competitive football tournament representing St. George’s. We found it difficult against the bigger schools but we’re very competitive against schools of a similar size. We won our final game with a score line of 2-1 against our neighbours St. Barnabas.