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We are pleased to announce that once again St Robert Bellarmine achieve Silver Award in the School Games Mark Award for 2017/18.

 The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.  Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels.


The School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport and we encourage and involve all children to participate in as much sporting activity as possible within our school.

Once again the children had the opportunity to showcase their talent during our annual Sports Day. All of the children had fun and showed excellent team-work and resilience in a variety of different races. Well done to St Andrew's who were the winners this year!


A big thank you to all the parents and students for helping the day run smoothly! 


Healthy and Active Fortnight 2018

The whole school had a great time participating in a diverse range of sporting events and activities during 'Healthy and Active Fortnight'. The children were able to showcase their talents and team-work during activities such as: Football, Athletics, Multi-skills, Gymnastics, Dance, Scooters, Go Karts and Zumba whilst learning about the importance of keeping healthy and active. They also competed against their peers in the Intra School Tournament which everybody thoroughly enjoyed.


In addition to the sporting events the children were set challenges in relation to promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. Each class was challenged to make a ‘healthy pudding’ which their classmates could try. We were so impressed with the delicious healthy puddings the children made!


‘Healthy and Active Fortnight’ ended with the annual Fun Run on Friday 15th June. Everyone had a great time dancing and running, and we were so pleased that so many parents and relatives came to cheer on the children!

2018 Netball Tournament

On 25th June 2018 seven girls from Year 6 participated in the Sefton High Five Netball Tournament, which took place at Savio. This was a great opportunity for the girls to display the skills they had learnt during Netball Club.

Year 5 Multiskills Competition

The whole school participated in the annual Fun Run on the 15th June 2018 to raise money for the Year 6 trip to Colomendy. All the children and parents in attendance had a fantastic time, and the children wore some great fancy dress costumes!

Walk to School Day

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On Wednesday 13th June 2018 the children participated in ‘Walk to School Day’. The Sports Leaders made posters to advertise this event in school and on the day they collected the scores from each class. In total 194 children from Nursery to Year 6 walked to school – what an excellent result! The ‘Walk to School’ champions were Year 1 and Year 2.

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League Winners 2017

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We are proud to say our talented football team finished joint first in an entertaining title run in. With St Robert Bellarmine and Thomas Grey both finishing on 21 points, the league was shared between the two Bootle schools. Congratulations to the team who have now won two consecutive league titles.   

St Robert Bellarmine v Holy Spirit

The boys played their first cup game of the season on Friday 2nd December, defeating Holy Spirit 6-1 at home. A hat-trick from Owen Gregory and goals from Aiden Parkes, Will Henrikson and a first from Niall Horton sealed the victory.

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2016 League Winners

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The school football team were celebrating again after winning the league for the second time in three years. The boys went from strength to strength throughout the season with fantastic home and away victories over Linacre Road, Thomas Grey and St Phillips. Despite losing some quality players from year six who will be moving on to secondary school, the future looks exciting with bright prospects coming into the squad next season.

Sports Awards Assembly

Year 4 enjoyed an exclusive trip to Everton's training ground Finch Farm, where they were put through their paces by the coaches and had a private tour of the luxurious facilities, before participating in an educated talk by the head of education of the club. A fantastic day all round!

School Games Award 2015/16

2016 Swimming Gala

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Golf Tournament

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Two St Robert Bellarmine children scored the fewest strokes of the day on a glorious afternoon of sunshine at Aintree golf course. Owen Gregory and Nathern Allen took 29 and 28 strokes respectively and helped the group to finish 3rd place overall.  
Once again we welcomed another year of Sports Day were our exuberant children showcased their abilities by showing resilience, teamwork and at times putting others before themselves. They really shone and represented the school's values. Congratulations St Andrew's for winning the event and many thanks to volunteers for helping to set up and participate in the event. 

Cricket Tournament

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Josh Reid was the stand out player for the year 6 cricket team on an afternoon overshadowed by thunder and lightning. Unfortunately we only managed one game which we narrowly lost before play was stopped. 

Year 6 Mini Kickers Football Tournament

Year 6 boys and girls participated in an entertaining football tournament at goals. Although the children lost all three games they participated in, the whole team showed a great deal of determination and hard work throughout the tournament. This was especially considering some of the children had not been involved in a competitive tournament like this before.



Year 5 Mini Kickers football tournament

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Year 5's enjoyed a football tournament in which they displayed some hard work, determination  and had plenty of shots on target. Although the novices showed glimpses of skilful passing and intelligent positional play, they were unlucky to come away empty handed after losing all three games to some very strong sides which included Valewood and Farnborough Road Primary School.    

St Edmunds

Year 5 boys enjoyed a hard fought victory against St Edmunds in windy conditions to reach the semi-final of the Sefton Schools cup. The boys started on the front foot and went 1-0 up after two minutes when Owen Gregory tried his luck from 20 yards, the ball swerving past the St Edmunds goalkeeper and into the corner of the net. 


A second goal soon followed after a neat finish from Aidan.


Having conceded a penalty early in the second half to make it 2-1, the boys were on the back foot for long periods and showed a lot of endeavour and determination to keep the score at 2-1 and progress to the last 4 of the competition. 



The Football Team participated in a quarter finals match away to Valewood on Monday 29 February 2016.  Having taken the lead 2-0 up in the first 10 minutes of the game unfortunately lost 4-2 in a very tight and exciting game. Well done to all the boys.

Football Match Fixtures


Monday 29th February 2016 - Away to Valewood Primary in the Scott Cup

Tuesday 1st March 2016 - Home to St Edmund Primary in the Faye Cup - Year 5 


League Matches

Monday 22nd February 2016 - Away to Lander Road Primary 

Friday 4th March 2016 - Home to Rimrose Hope Primary - Cancelled

Tuesday 8th March 2016 - Away to St Philips Primary

Friday 11th March 2016 - Away to Rimrose Hope Primary

Tuesday 15th March 2016 - Home to Linaker Primary


League Results

Lander Road v St Robert Bellarmine  - 0-2

St Philips v St Robert Bellarmine - 1-4

Rimrose Hope Primary v St Robert Bellarmine - 3-1

St Robert Bellarmine v Linaker Primary - 4-1

St Robert Bellarmine v Thomas Grey 4-3

St Robert Bellarmine v Rimrose Hope 5-0



Autumn Term 



Elite Soccer - Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 - 3.00-4.15 pm 



Running Club -  3.00-4.00 pm



Lunchtime football Reception 

Football Community Soccer - Years 1, 2 and 3 - 3.00-4.00 pm

Dance - Years 3, 4 & 5 - 3.00-4.00 pm



Tag Rugby - Years 4 & 5 - 3.00-4.00 pm



Golf/Multisports - Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 - 3.00-4.00 pm

2016 Speed Stacking Competition

On Tuesday 1st March 2016, children from St Robert Bellarmine attended a speed stacking competition at The Hawthorne's school. There was plenty of challenging cup stacking techniques needed for this competition, and fortunately we had practiced quite a few of them. We had to compete a 3-3-3 stack and a 3-6-3 stack before some tough cycle stacking and a relay stack.


Once we had completed our timed stacks, we had a lot of fun cheering each other on in a relay against other schools. Unfortunately we could only get enough points to come 4th out of 5 schools in the overall standings but all the children represented themselves wonderfully and really enjoyed their first speed stacking experience. 





Year 6 girls football tournament

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On Tuesday 1st March year 6 girls were invited to play in a mini tournament ran by the county F.A. Our girls played extremely well and lost out to a last minute goal scored by St Anne's in the closing minutes. The girls were very disappointed but the school are very proud how they played.


Well done girls.  


Year 4 mini kickers football tournament

Year 4 boys took part in an eagerly anticipated football tournament hosted by Everton in the Community on Tuesday 23rd February. The boys began the tournament in superb form with an excellent performance in their first group game against St Oswald's, winning 5-1 with goals from Niall Horton and a hat-trick coming from Michael Tasker. 


The second game started brightly with an early three goal lead against All Saints. However, the opposition came back strongly and with the last attack of the game scored the winner to take all three points. 


The boys came up against tough opposition in Our Lady of Walsingham in the last game of the group, starting strong and had quite a few chances but just couldn't convert them. The game ended 2-0 to Walsingham after a hard fought match which unfortunately was not enough to progress through to the next stage of the competition. Congratulations to the boys who competed really well during the tournament.

Year 5/6 football tournament

Year 5/6 boys produced some dominant displays in a football tournament at Goals on Friday the 5th February. The boys started well and won their first game against a strong Our Lady of Walsingham side.


A very entertaining second game against St Jerome's saw the Formby school snatch the victory with a last minute winner. Despite creating a host of chances and taking the lead through a superb finish from Owen, it was St Jerome's impressive link up play and endeavour that just edged it in what was an evenly matched contest for most of the game.


Undeterred, the boys were determined to progress through to the semi-finals and did just that with a phenomenal performance, successfully beating Thomas Grey 4-0 with goals from Zac, Charlie, Aidan and Joe.


The boys came up against an outstanding Farnborough Road side in the semi-final and although they showed a great attitude throughout the game, Farnborough imposed themselves brilliantly with some solid defending and excellent football along the way, winning the game comfortably 7-0 and going on to win the tournament.