At Surbiton High Boys’ Prep School, we believe in a “Sport for All” approach to school games and PE, and we expect all boys to play for the school at some point in their education. However, we also strive for excellence.
Last week, our fantastic Sports and PE department hosted a “Sports for All” evening event to showcase what the department does for young athletes under our care. Toby Blood, Head of Sport at Surbiton High Boys’ Prep, emphasised the importance of teaching fundamental movement skills from a young age. Josh Trigwell discussed the role of Sports Psychology at the school and how we prepare the boys mentally and physically throughout their time at the Boys’ Prep. We were even honoured to have Nikki Wicks, CEO of the Body Coach, make a special appearance and share his inspirational story and mission to make the world a fitter, healthier, and happier place.
At the Boys’ Prep, our goal is for all pupils to leave us in the best physical health possible. For some boys, this may involve achieving a goal through the Scholarship Programme, while for others, it may mean reaching their personal best (PB) through hard work, determination, and ample support. Every boy will have the opportunity to thrive within the structure of our PE and games provision, but it goes beyond that. We want the boys to grasp the culture of sport, and understand the ethics, etiquette, and value of collaboration, teamwork, and camaraderie.Boys' Prep Boys' Prep School Sport