Our extensive grounds, including pitches and woodland, provide the opportunity for outdoor pursuits of many kinds.
Boys and girls are encouraged to try a variety of different sports both through curriculum lessons and through the many clubs offered as part of our Extended Day. We recognise the importance of sport in the physical, mental and social development of children and its role in a healthy lifestyle. Pupils are taught by both male and female sports teachers and children have the opportunity to represent the School in sporting fixtures and competitions throughout the year.
Children experience running, football, kwik cricket, tag rugby, gymnastics and dance. Regular swimming lessons are also part of the curriculum.
Pupils hone their skills and have a greater exposure to match play as they embark upon a series of fixtures against other schools. Their games lessons focus upon fitness, skills acquisition, rules, team positions, techniques and tactics. In the winter, the timetable includes cross country, football, gymnastics, hockey and rugby (boys) and cross country, dance, gymnastics, hockey and netball (girls). In the summer, the girls take part in athletics, cricket and rounders, whilst the boys do athletics and cricket.
Our very popular extra-curricular clubs complement the sporting curriculum and provide further specialist tuition in a variety of sports.