Sport is an integral part of life at BHS. We pride ourselves on the fact that our provision caters for everyone, from squad players aiming for excellence in competition, to recreational activities such as Yoga. We believe in a philosophy of 'sport for all' and enjoyment plays a large part in this too. Within the curriculum, we aim to provide a varied programme of activities, encouraging the pupils toward a lifelong appreciation of physical activity, health, and general wellbeing. We want all students to enjoy and participate in PE and inspire them to take part out of school now and for the rest of their lives.
We are proud of the programme offered to the pupils and of the lofty standards that we consistently achieve. We aim to provide an outlet for pupils to escape the stresses of academic life and to develop their love for sport in a fun and active environment. Pupils can try anything: 'have a go' is our motto, you never know what you can achieve. We have excellent on-site sporting facilities, including netball and tennis courts, a gymnasium, a dance studio and aim to have the local leisure centre as our “home” using the all-weather pitch for training and fixtures all year round.
Mrs Emma Owen
Head of PE
Ms Chantal Easter
Mrs Hayley Callan
Intelligence and skill can only function at the peak of their capacity when the body is healthy and strong
In Years 7 to 9 pupils participate in two hours of sporting activities a week, consisting of different activities including hockey, fitness, gymnastics, football, netball, dance, athletics, rounders, badminton and cricket
All students continue with one hour a week of physical activity similar to KS3 activities. Some students will “opt” into the GCSE course which is two hours a week and the content has been designed to allow students to study Physical Education (PE) in an academic setting
Students can choose to follow our academic A Level in PE A Level that will equip them with both a depth and breadth of knowledge, understanding and skills relating to scientific, socio-cultural, and practical aspects of physical education