In addition to the school’s main sports, the following are also part of the PE and Games program, with the exception of football and golf, which are available as extra-curricular activities.
Pupils take part in track and field events in the summer term as well as Sports Day at the end of the year.
Pupils train off campus and enjoy fixtures with local schools.
Not taught as part of the sports curriculum, football is offered as an extra-curricular activity for pupils in Year 11 and above. Training takes places on a Wednesday and Friday. Sixth form pupil Andy Welden is the current football squad captain who will guide the team through their upcoming fixtures.
Volleyball is taught as part of the curriculum in years 9 and 10 in the sports hall.
We have two squash courts on campus and the sport is taught as part of the curriculum in the Lower School. Pupils can also play on Tuesday lunchtimes and Wednesday evenings with the Squash Club.
Seniors train at a local driving range on Wednesdays where they receive tuition from professional golfers. A golf academy takes place on a Friday. Click here to find out more.
Gymnastics is part of the curriculum at years 7 and 8 and is taught in our sports hall and in the dance studio.
We have two badminton courts and offer the sport as part of the curriculum and as an extra-curricular activity.
The school has its own fitness suite which is made available as part of the curriculum. Boarders can use these facilities in their free time.