Competition & Results

To promote and allow increased participation in competitive sports Corpus Christi R.C Primary School has enrolled into a partnership programme with Richard Challoner Secondary School, alongside other primary schools within the Local Authority. This partnership allows children from Key Stages 1 and 2 to participate in competitive tournaments across a range of sports. In Key Stage One, pupils have the opportunity to compete in multi-skills tournaments as well as ‘Mini-Olympic’ events. In Key stage 2 there are opportunities for children in each year group to take part in a variety of competitions ranging from Basketball, Netball and Football to Rugby and Cricket. These tournaments are inclusive to boys and girls and are gender specific as needs arise.


Corpus Christi R.C Primary School is a member of ‘The Kingston Schools Sports Partnership’ and competes regularly in a range of sporting events against other schools within the Local Authority as arranged by the partnership. For more information, please visit the Kingston School Sport Partnership website, below.


Internal ‘house’ competitions are arranged on a termly basis, allowing pupils to compete in a range of sports against their peers.


Corpus Christi R.C Primary School hold an annual ‘Sports Day’ in the summer term for pupils in Nursery to Year 6. In the Foundation Stage all children compete in a range of events that involve running, throwing and jumping. Each child in Key Stages 1 and 2 participate in a selection of relay races within their house, as well as in at least one athletics based event within their year group, representing their respective house team.