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Welcome to the Eastcroft Park Sports Page.  


On this page you will find up to date information about sporting events that the school is involved in.


The children love sports at Eastcroft Park and take part in many sporting events.


We are very proud of all our children and their sporting achievements.  They work well as a team and produce the results that we can all be proud of.


At Eastcroft Park as many children as possible are encouraged to take part in competitive and non competitive sporting events.


Throughout the year we hold our own Intra-School competitions as well as competing in Inter-School competitions around Kirkby, Knowsley and Merseyside.


Below you can find links to our Sports Events Calendar for this year, this document includes times, venues and results.


Check back regularly for updates and to view our latest photo galleries.  


Quidditch - World Book Day


As part of World Book Day the school arranged for all children in KS1 and 2 to take part in a day of Quidditch - hosted by eNrich Education.


Years 1 and 2 took part in fundamental skills sessions, whilst KS2 enjoyed learning the rules and taking part in an intra-school Quidditch competition.


All of the children (and staff) who took part in the day had a great time.


Congratulations to Hufflepuff (Eagles), who were crowned the first ever Eastcroft Park Quidditch Champions!  



The children at Eastcroft Park were recently offered the opportunity to try their hand at a new sport in the form of Judo, during the Spring Term.


Judo Education returned to the school to deliver 5 sessions to a mix of boys and girls from years 3, 4 and 5.  The children made fantastic progress over the course of the programme learning new skills as well as respect and discipline.

Safer Internet Day


As part of Safer Internet Day a group of children from years 5 and 6 were selected to attend workshops around safer internet use at Anfield Stadium, home of Liverpool Football Club.


The selected children met "Big Red", discussed how to stay safe online, how to respect others and themselves and learnt how the internet can be used as a positive environment.  The motto of the day was "Create, Connect and Share Respect".