Sports & PE

At Chapel End, we pride ourselves on offering children access to a wide range of sporting opportunities. There are many competitions and fun events that take place, in school, and across the borough during the year and this page will be used to share with you the experiences and achievements of the children.

Latest News

Everyone had a fantastic time during our recent 'Happy, Healthy Me' theme week. Click on the videos below to get a flavour of the fun! 

We are now officiallyaccredited with the Silver Games Mark.

Primary Schools Tennis Tournament 2017


Four children from Year4 represented Chapel End in the St Helens Primary Schools Indoor Tennis tournament on Tuesday at Broadway. Reece, Olivia K, Tom and Olivia D played superbly and managed to make the semi-finals of the event, narrowly missing out on a place in the final by a couple of points. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves and were fantastic ambassadors for our school.

Girls 7-a-side Football Tournament

Congratulations to our Year 6 football team who reached the final of the St Helens 7-a-side tournament on Wednesday. The girls won 3 and drew 1 before losing to worthy winners Rainhill St Anne's in the final. The girlswere wonderful sporting ambassadors for our school. Well done to Caitlin , Jasmine , Ella , Lucy , Aaliyah, Bella, Maya  and Nicole.

Woodlands Cup 2016

The Tag Rugby team performed brilliantly in the Woodlands Cup tournament managing to reach the Semi Finals before going out to a very good team from St Aidan's. 

The Football team played well but did not quite manage to get beyond the group stage of the competition. They conducted themselves in the manner which we expect and thoroughly enjoyed the day. Well done to all of them.

We are the Champions!

Inter Schools Highland Games-We are the Champions!

Congratulations to: Alistair Noble, Emma Moore, Liam Coughlin, Manny Gee, Caitlin Talbot, Kaitlyn Donald, Charlie Burrows and Hayden Campion who represented school in the Primary Inter-Schools ‘Highland Games’ event at Lansbury Bridge this week. The team were ecstatic when they were presented with medals and the winners’ cup! Thank you to Mrs Curran and Mrs Coughlin for helping with transport and side-line encouragement. Mrs Poole was very proud of all the children, as they were a credit as sporting ambassadors to the school.

Girls Netball team

Congratulations to our Year 6 netball team who competed in the Sainsbury's 'Merseyside High 5 Netball Tournament' Finals in Wavertree last week. Having won the borough competition earlier in the year, they were there to represent St Helens. The team performed magnificently and narrowly missed winning the event, eventually coming second. We are very proud of them. Well done to Mrs Grimshaw too whose coaching clearly paid off!

KS2 Boccia Tournament

Congratulations to Bethany Wilding, Joshua Mustard, George Nimbley, James Thomson, Ellen Moore and Adam Webster for reaching the final of the Sainsbury's Games Boccia Tournament. For reaching the final, the team will be representing St Helens at Level 3 in the Sainsbury's School Games in Summer 2015.

International Triads Football Tournament

Each Summer, Chapel End hosts a football tournament in which teams from St Aidan's, Oakwood International School in Barcelona and Chapel End compete, not for the glory of winning but in the name of friendship through sport. This year's tournament was of extremely high quality with all three teams playing skilful and creative football.

New Age Kurling Competition

Congratulations to Tristan Lokko, Ava Turtle, Darcy Hibbs, Callum Pendlebury, Faye Wood, Ruby Quinn, Kiefer Butler and Jacob Stott for representing the school in the KS1 New Age Kurling Competition. All the children had great fun playing against other StHelens schools, as part of the Sainsbury's Schools Games competition.

Y6 Football tournament – At Hope Academy on Wednesday, our Year 6 boys competed in the St.Helens Schools football tournament.  As usual, the boys competed in a sensible, sporting manner, making Mr Montrose very proud!  Their record was: won 2, drew 1 and lost 2.  Well done to:  Daniel Moran, Jonathan Liddle, Finlay Knowles, Scott Simmons, Ben Lomas, Lucas Ashall, Thomas Ashton, Joe Lowery and Matthew Killa.  Thanks also to Mr. Moran and Mrs. Killa for their help with transport on the day.  


After-School Provision/ Lunchtime provision

Activity /Provider


Year groups


Mr Montrose



Academy of Sport/Dodgeball

Approx £3.50 per session


Academy of Sport/Dodgeball

Approx £3.50 per session



Mr Montrose



Academy of Sport/ Football

Approx £3.50 per session







Football-Mr Montrose/Mr Smith  free 3-6
Academy of SportGymnastics £3.00 Y1-6



During Spring term Treat Day the children enjoyed completing an Orienteering course using our site map which was produced for us by Deeside Orienteering Club. As well as developing a wide range of geographical skills the children learned how to work effectively as a team, make decisions , develop stategies and problem-solve. All this in addition to burning lots and lots of calories!


KS2 New Age Kurling Competition at Lansbury Bridge

Well done to Matthew, Evie, Kaitlyn, Jack, Jack, Ben, Jacob and Darcy, who took part in the inter schools Kurling competition this week at Lansbury Bridge. The children competed very well and had a fantastic morning!

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Contact the School

Billinge Chapel End Primary School

Carr Mill Road
St Helens

Main Contact: Mrs Marsh-Office Manager Headteacher Mr S.Smith

Tel: 01744678230