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Physical Education

Lower Line

In years 7-9, there are two PE sessions per week.  The nature of the sport changes on a rotational basis, but generally includes swimming, basketball, football and athletics.

There is also a games session each week.  Up until December, rugby is the Winter sport and practised during games as well as being played competitively through extra-curricular Saturday fixtures.
All boys are required to wear the College Rugby shirt (please use the link in the index)

After December, football becomes the primary Winter sport, and, like rugby, has Saturday fixtures.

In the Summer, cricket and athletics are the main sports.

Higher Line

In years 10-11, there is one PE session per week.  The nature of the sport changes on a rotational basis, but generally includes swimming, basketball, football, athletics and gym use.

Games is held once a week.  Up until December, rugby is the Winter sport and practised during games and played  competitively through Saturday fixtures.
All boys are required to wear the College Rugby shirt (please use the link in the index)

After December, football becomes the primary Winter sport, and, like rugby, has Saturday fixtures.

In the Summer, cricket and athletics are the primary sports. 

Sixth Form

PE and games are not offered in the traditional sense at Sixth Form level, though many students study Sports Science A level which involves a substantial practical physical component.

Moreover, extra-curricular sport is taken very seriously at this level.  Y12 and Y13 both feed a strong Sixth Form Rugby 1st and 2nd XV, who play competitively on Saturdays right through to December.  The College also partakes in The Natwest Schools Cup, a prestigious national rugby union cup competition.
All boys are required to wear the College Rugby shirt (please use the link in the index)