St Luke's C.E. Primary School

St Luke's C.E. Primary School

'For with God nothing shall be impossible' Luke 1:37

Langport Avenue, Longsight, Manchester, M12 4NG

0161 273 3648


School Competitions


Welcome to the St Luke's Sport & P.E Bulletin Page.  Below you will find out about all the fabulous and exciting sporting and P.E news happening in our school.

The autumn term is always a busy 'sporting time' at St Luke's as new clubs get up and running and a wide range of exciting activities are offered to our pupils.  From Basketball to Martial Arts, Cross Country running, Funky Fitness to Golf and Football, St Luke's pupils are enjoying being fit and active as the new school year begins.  As we travel through this academic year, this page will continue to grow, as more exciting sporting events are added. We want to present to you the full range of sporting opportunities we offer here at St Luke's and promote all of our sporting achievements and participation as much as possible.  Keep logging on to check for updates!  Can you see yourself in any photographs? 

Cross Country Running

One of the early highlights in the 'term one sporting calendar' has to be the 'Cross Country Athletics' race held every September at Chorlton Park.  This term, selected year 6 pupils were given the opportunity to experience cross country running - a totally brand new activity for most of the pupils.  Always a popular event, St Luke's pupils completed two cross country circuits, the first being a 1000 metre course and on week two the children had to run even further and complete a 1500 metre course.  Surprisingly many pupils found the longer distance more enjoyable.  Once again the weather was very kind to us and everyone who took part thoroughly enjoyed the experience!


The Year 6 Cross Country Team 2021


The boys and girls all happy before the race.

The Boys' Race Begins!

The Girls' team all smiles after the race.

Made it to the finish!

Here's to a fabulous first term ahead.  At St Luke's we encourage all our pupils to be 'healthy and happy'.  To achieve this we want our pupils to participate in regular sporting activities as a way of promoting a healthy lifestyle.  This obviously includes participating in their weekly P.E and dance sessions - allowed by having the correct kit (see individual class pages for details) and also providing your child with healthy snacks for them to eat at break and lunchtime.  Thank-you for your continued support.


 Mr Addison - Sport & Competitions Coordinator.




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