The Kingswood House sports department provides our pupils with an environment in which they are able to develop their sporting skills across a vast and intriguing curriculum. Our “sport for all” approach enables children of all ages and abilities to achieve sporting success in a variety of different sports.
With each class having a one PE lesson a week the emphasis is placed away from mainstream sports. This lets the pupils participate in sports that they would not otherwise consider- such as basketball, gymnastics, orienteering and climbing.
Alongside this every year group has two games lessons a week, including one full afternoon of sport.
The four sports coached are football, rugby, hockey and cricket with regular competitive fixtures against other local schools enabling the students to transfer the skills that they learn into a match environment. There are also weekly after school coaching sessions for those who want more sporting practice.
We boast a sports department containing numerous qualified coaches over a wide range of sports. This enables us to excel in every area of our high quality curriculum.
Sport at Kingswood House has moved from strength to strength, highlighted by our ability to compete a high level of prep school sport.
We are delighted to announce that Kingswood House has acquired new sports pitches in association with Ashtead Cricket Club. They are a large, expansive facility which will allow us to train, practice and play many more fixtures across the age and ability range. It is a statement of intent for the School in order to develop our inclusive policy of “Sport for All”. The pitches, which are in fantastic condition, are located within very close proximity to the School..
We will be hosting our Home fixtures throughout the Autumn & Spring Terms for Football and Rugby at Parsons Mead venue, and during the Summer Term at the Pavilion, main ground, Ashtead Cricket Club.
Curriculum Taught Activities
|Health and Fitness||Softball|
Aims of PE and Games
To maintain and stimulate pupil interest and enjoyment in P.E. and to promote health and fitness for current and future lifestyles.
To enable pupils to develop a range of desirable personal qualities such as safety awareness, politeness, perseverance, concern for others, initiative and independence. The establishment of pupil self esteem through the development of physical confidence is a major aim of PE at KHS.
We offer a Sport for All programme that encourages all children irrespective of ability to represent their school. We understand that although sport in Prep Schools is historically based around team sports, we appreciate that this does not suit all and encourage children through our Options Programme which allows them to try new activities which they will hopefully continue through into their senior school and beyond.
PE and Games Curriculum Time (per week)
|Year Group||Physical Education||Games||Additional|
|Year 1+2||1 x 50 min lesson||1 x 1 hr lesson||1 x 1h swimming|
|Years 3-8||1 x 50 min lesson||1 x 50 min lesson, 1 x 2hr lesson||Optional 1 hr after school training|
Training will take place from 1615 until 1700. Please check pick up time and place with the Sports Department.
- Sports Department Tel. No. 01372 746590.
- We cannot accept responsibility for serving food to children with life-threatening food allergies.
- In the event of bad weather please phone the Sports Dept on the above number to receive a recorded message.
- Please ensure your child takes an inhaler to school on sports days if required.
- Parents are invited to all matches. The teams welcome your support.
There will be no practice during the last week of term.
Please see Mr Hendry’s letter to parents for the start of term below…