Wake Up, Shake UP – every morning 8.35 – 8.45am with Coach Higham


Why not join us every morning for our ‘Wake Up, Shake Up’ programme which engages children of all ages in a fun and lively way, as they learn easy routines to pop music and have a great time! So long as they do a ‘cool-down’, a calming activity to finish, they will approach their class work re-energised and in a ‘state of readiness to learn’.

Wake & Shake dance programme takes place every morning before school from 8.35am to 8.45am.







Oo Ee Oo Ah Ah

Don’t Stop Me Now

Everytime We Touch


When the Going Gets Tough

Pump It Up




Do You Love Me?




I Don’t Feel Like Dancing

Bring It All Back to You



I Believe

You Can’t Stop the Beat


  • Enjoyment of school life and a sense of well-being (staff too!)

  • Improved self-esteem impacting on other curriculum areas: ‘success breeds success’

  • Improved co-ordination (gross motor skills then impacting on fine motor skills)

  • Improved rhythm and timing

  • Improved concentration and application to tasks immediately after the brief exercise session

  • Increased stamina

  • Improved behaviour

  • Improved hydration (children get thirsty and WANT to drink more)




Sport is central to achievement and effort is encouraged through team and individual games at school and through inter-school competitions and tournaments.


Here is our new PE curriculum coverage for 2020-21 onwards:


We believe that sport helps to build confidence and promotes our school values of excellence. In addition to this, children have swimming lessons in Year 6. Specialist instructors take weekly swimming lessons at  Stockbridge Village Leisure Centre.


We offer a range of sports and encourage a life-long positive attitude towards healthy living and sport. As a school, through the Knowsley Schools Sports Partnership, pupils from Roby Park are able to attend and compete in a wide range of sporting competitions against other local schools. School offers a wide range of extra-curricular clubs each half term which equip our children with the skills to compete and excel in sporting competitions.


Pupils are encouraged to try a wide range of outward-bound activities during the Year 6 residential school trips. These can include climbing, abseiling, high ropes courses, challenge courses, raft building and archery.


We are privileged to have our own Sports Coach here at Roby Park who provides CPD support,  character mentoring and mindfulness sessions, lunchtime supervision and extra-curricular clubs.


To see how we are spending the Dfe PE Premium, please look at our Sports Plan


New to 2020-21 will be:

  • Wake Up Shake Up
  • Daily Mile
  • Personal Best