Our extensive playing field and array of sports equipment enable us to offer a wide variety of sports including: athletics, badminton, basketball, cricket, cross country, hockey, netball, rounders, football and rugby.
Our school has many sport teams ranging from gymnastics to football. Our extensive after school clubs allow access to many sports outside of the curriculum and our children participate in various competitions and festivals across the school year.
Furthermore, our children also get the chance to dance in professional festivals across the school. We believe it is our duty to ensure that our children get the chance to showcase their talents and develop their skills.
All pupils follow a physical education programme that aims to promote health and physical development. Competition is encouraged through internal house competitions and fixtures against other schools and through the involvement with the Cluster Sports Partnership.
Activities also include Irish dance, cheerleading, cycling and swimming. We also ensure that, as well as promoting sport and competition, we focus on healthy living and each child is trained in first aid.
The highlight of our sport calendar is Health & Fitness Week - this is a whole week dedicated to sport. Not only does this include our sports day and Race for Life event, but it allows our children a taste of new sports such as boxing, taekwondo, canoeing and archery.