St Christopher's is part of the Get Set to make a Change Network.
FAW Trust Macdonalds National School of the year 2013
David Samuel leads Gareth Bale out onto the pitch.
Samantha Curzon makes her debut for Northwich Victoria under
Llandudno invited to play in an International Tournament in September against Everton and two teams from Italy.
Sky Sports project begins in September 2013. This year we will be developing our Basketball.
Congratulations to all our footballers.
National Schools Champions in two age groups.
National Champions again at Club Level over 16 Premiership and under 16 Premiership and Championship. Well done to the over 16's champions for the 7th year.
9 Llandudno Players represented North Wales in the Cymru Cup, winning the overall tournament in July 2013.
STC Sports Development Academy Launch March 1st 2013
Wrexham Secondary School of the Year 2011
St Christopher's has been short listed for this award for 2012. In addition our Academy has been short listed for team of the year.
Five players from Llandudno MDFC selected for the National Squad to play England in March.
Tom May and Thomas Mayers included.
Our Academy has recently been accepted to participate in the Sky Sports Living for Sport Project.
St Christopher's was delighted that Faye Harding a GB 400m Athlete gave up her time to visit the School to work with some of our Senior pupils during Essential Skills Week. Faye took a classroom based lesson and put the group through their paces with some fitness tests.
Well done to Tom May and Thomas Mayers representing Wales against Northern Ireland and England.
14 Academy players travelled to Dublin on the 22nd September to compete in a tournament. Well done to all the players. Please see our Academy page for photos of this trip. Season 2013/14 we have been invited back to represent Wales again.
25th June - 29th June National School Sports Week
Please visit our page dedicated to this event.
Llandudno MDFC NWAC League winners 2012/13
Congratulations to the players who represented Llandudno on the recent tour of Ireland Level 1 Champions and Level 4 Champions
Wrexham Secondary Sporting Achievement Winner 2012
Activemarc Cymru 2012 - 2015
A big thank you to Mr Steve Morgan and the Morgan Foundation for the funding of our new Hydro Pool.
Little Mo carried the Olympic Torch on May 30th 2012
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Every Child has the right to relax, play and join in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities.
Please visit our Academy page for news of this new initiative
Tom May voted as most valuable player of the season.
Tom has been an inspiration this season moving up into our 'A' band team. His vision has been a major part of our success and his goals hugely important in vital games. In Ireland he proved what a star he is with some outstanding displays and was by far the best player of the tournament.
Champions of Wales in 3 age bands at School Level.
Champions of Wales in 4 categories at Club Level.
Champions of Ireland in both the 'A' and 'B' category. This has been our best season ever.
As a school we are currently National Champions at 3 age groups and runner up in 5.
St Christopher's has achieved the Sportsmarc Cymru and in 2008 we were awarded the Activemarc Cymru being one of the first schools in Wrexham to receive this. The School has recently been re awarded this achievement. We are a member of the Getset 2012 Network.
In 2005/2006/2007 and 2012 St Christopher's was voted Best Secondary School for Sport in Wrexham, an achievement we are very proud of.
At Club Level with Llandudno the school contributes 35 players on a regular basis playing at weekends in both the NWBC League in England and the FAW North Wales tournaments.
The Club is currently Welsh Champions at 'A' Band over 16 and under 16. We have won this competition for the past 5 years. This Year we entered even more teams and we won 4 out of the 5 titles on offer.
We are also Coca Cola Belfast Community Cup Champions at 'A' 'B' and 'C'Band. Our 'A' team have won this tournament for the past 7 years.
In 2004 as part of the European Year of the Disabled Mr Jones was asked to select a Welsh squad to represent Wales in this International Tournament. Together with colleagues from South Wales they held trials and selected a squad of 20 players.
Please navigate through the remainder of this web site and discover what football really means to the Staff and Pupils at the School.