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Sports at Bournes Green

The PE offer to our children

  • An inclusive curriculum that provides high-quality physical education to all children
  • A comprehensive training in a wide range of sports

  • Regular work on healthy lifestyles and a good level of fitness

  • In the Junior school, two hours of PE per week.

  • In the Infant School, two hours of active curriculum time per week. This consists of alternate weeks featuring two hours of PE or one hour of PE and one hour of Outdoor Learning including Outdoor Adventurous Activities.

  • Weekly swimming lessons for Years 2 to 6 in our very own heated swimming pool during the Summer Term.

  • Upcoming building works which will allow us to offer swimming outside of the summer months.


School Clubs that may be of interest

This can be found on our Clubs Page.


Southend Primary School Sports Association (SPSSA)

We are proud members of the Southend Primary School Sport Partnership (SPSSA). This aims to give the young people in the borough of Southend the opportunity to access high quality physical education and school sport.


Southend Primary Schools Football Association (SPSFA)

We are a part of both the boys' and girls' leagues. We enjoy playing a range of competitive matches against some great school teams as well as some friendly games. This ensure that even more children get the proud opportunity to compete in a Bournes Green kit.


This membership gives us access to a fantastic range of competitions and other sporting events. Below are the events we have/will enter this academic year and a brief overview of how we did! 




October 2023

KS1 Cross Country

KS2 Cross Country

Year 5 & 6 Tag Rugby

Year 5 & 6 Girls Football

Cross Country

The Junior team came in 3rd overall (out of 26 schools) and our Year 5 girls team came in came first! We are incredibly proud of everyone’s individual efforts, including Florence (3rd in the Y5 girls race), Halle (5th in the Y6 girls race), Leo (4th in the Y5 boys race), Jared (7th in the Y6 boys race) and Aamir (9th in the Y6 boys race).  The Infant team also had some great individual placings, including Harmony finishing in 4th place for the Year 2 girls.

Y5/6 Tag Rugby

The team played beautifully, winning all 8 morning matches and finishing top of the group. In the afternoon, we won our semi-final to qualify for the final. Although we narrowly lost in the final against reigning champions, Fairways, it was a very close match. As runners up in the tournament, we are now through to the Essex finals in February.

Y5/6 Girls Football

The girls won their group with two wins and a draw, scoring 8 and without conceding a goal. The team then qualified for the ‘Super 8’ part of the tournament in which they won every match by scoring 15 goals and again not conceding a goal. Following a tough semi-final, the girls qualified for the final where they played Greenways. This was a hard-fought match and required extra-time, but we came through as winners in a close 2-1 victory. This is an outstanding effort by the team, who as champions, qualify for the finals next week at Billericay Town Football Club where the best 12 girls' teams in Essex will compete against each other to see who is the best Y5/6 Football team in the county.

November 2023

Year 5 & 6 Boys Football 

Year 5 & 6 Girls Football Final

Year 3 & 4 Dodgeball

Year 5 & 6 Dodgeball

Year 5 & 6 Boys Football Final

KS1 Dodgeball

SUFC National League U11s Girls Football

SUFC National League U11s Boys Football

KS2 Boccia

KS2 New Age Kurling

Year 5 & 6 Boys Football 

Our Y5/6 boys football team successfully took part in and won the annual Southend schools' tournament. This year’s competition was extremely strong and widely considered the toughest for many years. Yet despite this, our boys team qualified from their group stage and the following stage comfortably. We faced an excellent Chalkwell team in the semi-finals but were victorious, 3-0. The final against Fairways was extremely competitive but our team won the final 2-0. The boys have now qualified for the Essex finals.

Year 5 & 6 Girls Football Final

Once again, our Y5/6 girls team performed admirably at the Essex County finals. The team won their opening group matches and finished top of their group and qualified for the semi-finals. After an incredibly close match, which ended 2-2 at full time, we narrowly lost the penalty shoot-out. This is a fantastic achievement by the team, and we are very proud of every member of the team.

Year 3 & 4 Dodgeball

The team played really well all day, winning soem great games. The team work and rwesilience displayed by all was a credit to us. 

Year 5 & 6 Dodgeball

Congratulations to our Y5 and Y6 Dodgeball teams who both competed against 20 teams across the borough. Both teams did really well, winning three of their four games.

Year 5 & 6 Boys Football Final

Our Y5/6 boys football team competed in the Essex Finals where only the strongest teams in Essex were competing. Despite a loss in our second group game, the boys successfully qualified from their group and then went on to win their quarter final and semi-final games. The boys played incredibly well in the final and were complimented on their accurate passing, determination and teamwork. Whilst they narrowly lost the final 1-0, it is a fantastic achievement which we are incredibly proud of. 

KS1 Dodgeball

Some super shots from all of our team members and some unlucky loses. The team had a great time and can't wait to play more dodgeball in the future!

SUFC National League U11s Girls Football

The team played  in the SUFC Football Tournament against other local schools. After remaining undefeated in the group stage, they cruised through their semi-final match and were victorious in the final. They have now qualified for the regional finals, which is truly outstanding achievement.

SUFC National League U11s Boys Football

A very tough tournament with some strong physical teams, coming from local schools and some from the edge of London. We started strong winning 3 - 0. Next match was Lee Chapel, who were the only team to beat us during the group stages of the Essex finals. They beat us again. The boys picked themselves up and won the next two matches, meaning we qualified for the quarter finals by coming runners up in our group.

The quarter final was an end to end battle, but thanks to some incredible saves, we won 1 - 0.

Semi final time, against Lee Chapel! A fantastic match to watch. We scored going 1 - 0 up! During extra time, Lee Chapel scored and try as we might we couldn't get one back. So close!

KS2 Boccia

Some super shots from all of our team members and some unlucky loses. They had some great fun playing friendlies, supporting and encouraging each other as well as other teams.

KS2 New Age Kurling

A very excited team that put their all into every game. They qualified for the super 10 tournament by placing second in their group during the round robin. 

January 2024

Year 5 & 6 Sportshall Athletics

Year 3 & 4 Sportshall Athletics

Year 3 & 4 Boys Football

Sportshall Athletics

Well done to our Sports Hall team who performed fantastically at the competition this week! They all enjoyed the experience and both teams gained a top 10 place.

Year 3 & 4 Boys Football

The boys played brilliantly and did the school proud. They finished top of their group, making it through to the Super 8. After some tough matches, they finished in 4th place overall.

February 2024

KS1 Boys Football

KS2 Girls Netball


March 2024

Year 3 & 4 Girls Football

KS1 Rise Gymnastics

Year 3 & 4 Tag Rugby

KS1 Football Finals

KS1 Girls Football

Cross Country Finals

Year 5 & 6 Aquathlon


May 2024

Year 3 & 4 Tennis

Year 5 & 6 Tennis

Creative Dance Festival

Year 3 & 4 Quad Kids Athletics

Year 5 & 6 Quad Kids Athletics

KS1 Quad Kids Athletics

KS2 Borough swimming Gala


June 2024

Year 5 and 6 Cricket

KS2 Borough Athletics

KS1 Borough Sports

KS2 Super Sports (Track)

KS2 Super Sports (Field)


July 2024

KS1 Mini Games

KS2 Mini Games



Guidelines as to how we select children for school events

Our dedicated sports coaching team run lunchtime trials for entry to competitive sports competitions

  • Trials are run at lunchtimes or in PE lessons to maximise the opportunity for children to participate.
  • Training sessions are then planned to prepare our teams and individuals before events.
  • We may also consider factors such as behaviour and attitudes or attendance when selecting teams.
  • For participation events, and to increase the number of children who represent our schools, we may consider children who have shown a particular talent or skill within PE lessons. 
  • We also enter some events for children with Special Educational Needs and disabilities.
  • Mr Kent oversees the selection of squads in consultation with school staff and members of our sports team. 


Local Sports Clubs that may be of interest

The Southend Primary School Sports Partnership (SPSSP) have a list of local sports clubs that may be of interest. Please note, parents must undertake their own evaluation and due diligence of the club. This link is not a recommendation as to the quality of the clubs.

Please email if you would like to share information about another club.