• 3G pitch
  • Dan Sturridge Stand
  • hockey2
  • Sports Day 2010
  • rugby boy

Physical Education

The school has a thriving and busy PE curriculum area with a dedicated team of specialist teachers offering a balance of experience and knowledge in the different subject areas and sports.  The school has some of the best sporting facilities in Cheshire, which are used both by students and members of the wider community.  Our facilities include:

  • Full size, flood-lit 3G pitch suitable for all outdoor sports including rugby and including a 150 seat spectator stand
  • Sports hall
  • Gymnasium
  • Fitness suite fully fitted with a range of cardio-vascular and weights equipment
  • Extensive playing fields and courts for hockey, football, rugby, tennis, netball, cricket and athletics

The curriculum covers a broad range of activities including Badminton, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Young Sports Leaders Award as well as a number of team games such as Netball, Football, Hockey and Rugby.

The school enjoys great success in local and wider area competitions in both team and individual sports, full details of which can be found in our ‘School Life’ section.

Key Stage 3 overview

Year 7

All students will complete units of work on Health Related Fitness; Gymnastics; Trampolining and a range of team games. During the summer term, students will also take part in the following activities: Rounders, Cricket, Athletics and Tennis.

Year 8

All students will complete units of work on Health Related Fitness, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Badminton and a range of team games. During the summer term, students will also complete the following activities: Rounders, Cricket, Athletics and Tennis.

Year 9

All students will complete units of work on Health Related Fitness, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Badminton and a range of team games.  During the summer term, students will also complete the following activities: Rounders, Cricket, Athletics and Tennis.

Our students are also able to benefit from a wide range of extracurricular sports activities at lunchtime and after school. These activities vary from term to term, please refer to the latest timetable in the downloads to the right for further information.

Community Sports Centre


 

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Staff Contact
  • “In the vast majority of curriculum areas teachers are subject specialists and this benefits teaching and learning.” Ofsted Dec 2014