We pride ourselves on the variety of sports and activities available to our pupils. Those who hope to apply their skills on the competitive games field, enjoy the challenge of water-based activities or who simply wish to pursue a hobby can do so in a safe and supportive environment.
Facilitated by an encouraging, experienced and committed teaching staff, our games activities offer something for everyone. Our Upper Prep and Senior School pupils play competitive matches against a wide range of schools in a number of different sports.
At the Prep School we have a modernised gymnasium, tennis courts, cricket nets, cricket pavilion and changing facilities. We have a modern sports centre at the Senior School containing a large multi-purpose sports hall, a gymnasium, a fitness room, two squash courts, indoor and outdoor changing facilities.
Both the Prep and Senior Schools use our 25m swimming pool, three astroturf pitches (two full pitches and one training pitch; one match pitch is fully floodlit), extensive playing fields, six outdoor cricket nets and two hard court netball and tennis areas.
Games lessons take place most afternoons, with each year group from Year 3 onwards participating in either one or two sessions. Our First and Second Forms have Games together on a Monday and as individual year groups on Friday and Thursday respectively. The Third and Fourth Forms have Games on a Tuesday while Senior Games, for the Fifth and Sixth Forms, takes place on a Wednesday.
At the Prep School, the boys play football, hockey and cricket while the girls focus on hockey, netball and rounders. At the Senior School, the major sports for girls are hockey, netball and tennis, and for boys are football, hockey and cricket. Tennis for boys and rounders for girls accompany the major sports during the summer terms.
We also offer an array of other sports including: athletics, badminton, canoeing, circuit training, climbing, girls football, fitness, golf, gymnastics, pilates, rowing, sailing, shooting, squash, table tennis, tennis, swimming, water polo and horse-riding. These activities are offered to pupils in various age groups during Games sessions or within the extra-curricular programme.
We allow the keen participants to excel in competitive matches while also catering for those with less interest in sport. We aim to assist every pupil to find some form of physical activity that they can enjoy and therefore continue after leaving school.