Athletics: To develop, extend and refine running, throwing and jumping skills and techniques.
Badminton: To develop fundamental skills applying them to both a singles and doubles game. To develop tactics and strategies used to outwit their opponent.
Basketball: To apply advanced skills to game situations with confidence and consistency.
Football: To apply their skills and to begin to consider tactics through a variety of individual, pair and group practises as well as a range of game scenarios.
Health-Related Fitness (HRE): To plan and perform their own training programme including; circuits, weight training, CrossFit and continuous training.
Softball: To develop fundamental skills including, pitching, batting, throwing and catching through isolated skill practices and game situations.
Table Tennis: To refine and develop advanced skills and apply them to game situations in order to outwit opponent, as well as to develop the use of attacking and defensive tactics.
Volleyball: To develop and refine the volley, dig and set, as well as more complex and advanced skills such as; overarm service, receiving service and spiking.
Students participate in regular House Sports Tournaments throughout the year at the end of each unit of work.