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Sport plays an important role within the Sixth Form, with students representing the School in weekly fixtures and competitions.

Students take part in Sports on a Wednesday afternoon as well as having the opportunity to participate and take on leadership roles in a wide range of co-curricular Sports and activities.

Sports Played in Sixth Form:

In the Sixth Form rugby, hockey and cricket are the major sports for boys and netball, lacrosse and hockey for girls.

A full range of inter-school fixtures are played in these sports both during the week and on Saturdays.

There are a variety of options available on a Wednesday afternoon for those not selected for School teams including badminton, climbing, football, rounders and weight training after students have undertaken a short health-related fitness session.

Sports offered include:

Winter Sports
Girls Hockey
  Boys Hockey
Summer Sports
Girls Athletics
  Boys Athletics

Sports Clubs & Activities

A range of sporting clubs and activities are offered to students.  During these sessions, students are able to work on specific techniques, skills and train with a team and concentrate on match situations. 

Through our Academic Mentor programme, Sixth Form students also take on leadership roles, coaching and supporting younger students within Prep and Seniors.

Clubs offered include:

  • Boxercise (Girls)
  • Climbing Club
  • Fitness & Weight Training
  • 5-a-side Football
  • Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Netball Shooting
  • Strength & Conditioning Club