Overview of the Sporting Year

Term Girls’ Major Sports
Autumn Netball, Lacrosse
Spring Netball, Lacrosse, Cross Country
Summer Rounders, Tennis, Athletics

In Years 7 to 9, girls also have lessons in dance and gymnastics.

As well as playing these sports within the curriculum, girls can take part in after-school and lunchtime coaching sessions. When girls reach Year 10, a variety of additional options beyond the major sports are offered in the curriculum such as golf, badminton, table tennis, volleyball, Body Combat, swimming, basketball, horse riding and zumba.

 

Term Boys’ Major Sports
Autumn Football, Rugby
Spring Rugby, Football, Cross Country
Summer Cricket, Athletics, Tennis

In Years 7 to 9, boys also have orienteering and ultimate Frisbee.

As well as playing these sports within the curriculum, boys can take part in after-school and lunchtime coaching sessions. When boys reach Year 10, a variety of additional options beyond the major sports are offered in the curriculum such as golf, badminton, table tennis, swimming, basketball and horse riding.

 


Representing the School

Pupils have an opportunity to represent the School in cricket, cross-country, football, golf, lacrosse, netball, riding, rounders, rugby, swimming and tennis. We play regular matches against other schools. We cater for all abilities and talents and if a pupil shows commitment to a sport they will be given the opportunity to represent the School.


Tours & Pre-Season Training

A programme of high-level training camps and competitive matches is at the heart of the work of the PE Department. Sports tours are an opportunity to train and play sport at a high level whilst experiencing other cultures.