Our children are active every single day with specific lunchtime activities. Extra-curricular clubs are also offered nearly every single day of the week, not to mention the two-hours of timetabled activity per week. Our timetabled PE sessions provide children with the opportunity to learn essential skills including coordination, balance, hand-eye coordination, agility, speed and endurance. We also discuss the health benefits of physical activity throughout our PE curriculum and children begin to understand why exercise is so important.

Specialised sports coaches will be employed at various points throughout the school year to come in and work with children during lessons.

This year, we are introducing a programme of intra-school sport competition which will see children competing against each other in their respective key stages. These sports will include football, tag-rugby, cricket, netball, hockey and athletics, amongst others.

Our annual Sport Week is always a huge success. Children from right across the school compete against each other at their sports day. Past Sport Weeks have also seen children compete in less-traditional sports such as Ultimate Frisbee, Tri-Golf and Ultimate Curling. There is also a focus on how our bodies work throughout the week, with children learning about vital organs, muscles and the skeleton. We also try and organise a fund-raising event during the week to demonstrate how physical activity can also help others who are less fortunate than us.

Every two years we also offer a residential trip to Kingswood, an outdoor activity centre aimed at developing inter-personal skills of our children.

Please click on the link below to find out about sport in our school.

Our school sport