Students are warmly invited to get involved in the wide-ranging co-curricular sports provision on offer this term.
Despite operating largely virtually, a jam-packed agenda is available here.
Mr Kench, Director of Sport, comments: “We’re obviously missing coaching in a physical sense, in school, but there are some real positives to look forward to in the Spring term when working remotely from home.
“The physical and mental benefit of getting involved is huge,” he adds.
As well as a number of whole school offerings such as hockey, football, rackets, basketball, climbing and pilates; there are age-specific options and choices specifically for the Sixth Form, too, such as Yoga and Netball.
Students are encouraged to choose a range of clubs, which offer morning, lunchtime and afternoon sessions. Other options include commentary club, sports psychology club and running club. There are also home fitness sessions to enjoy as well as climbing and golf.
We hope to see you there!
Scroll right to see more stories