The College is highly successful in competitions across all the sports that we teach and we hope that every boy will find a sport which will enable him to maintain health and fitness and in which he should have a chance to represent the College as part of our extensive co-curricular programme. Physical Education is an integral part of the school curriculum from Year 3 through to Year 13. Our Physical Education units of work are designed to underpin this success in terms of movement literacy, physiological development, how to train and psychological resilience.
It is also possible to study the subject at Advanced level where a multi-disciplinary approach encourages the development of different methods of enquiry. The focal points are the performer, the performance and the interaction between the scientific, psychological and socio-cultural theory and practice of the subject.
Physical Education is a unique medium through which pupils can develop physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively. It must be challenging and enjoyable, inspiring a quest for improvement and, for many, a desire for competition. The aim is for all boys to develop, to improve, to perform to the best of their ability and to find at least one sport that will serve them in adult life.