At the Boys’ Prep we firmly believe in ‘Sport for All’. Whether you play for the U11A or U8D team, the focus is always on allowing every boy to participate and enjoy all facets of sport whilst they are with us. At Surbiton High Boys’ Preparatory School, we aim to ignite that passion in every boy, inspire them to persevere when they struggle and challenge them further when they succeed. We strongly feel that lifelong involvement in sport and exercise comes from developing a passion at an early age.
Through a broad range of activities, the PE curriculum underpins and compliments the Games programme by taking a personalised approach to every pupil. We teach technical skills, develop tactical understanding and build the boys’ theoretical knowledge of health, fitness and nutrition. This approach brings to life our ethos of providing ‘a sporting choice for all’.
Every week, every boy in KS1 receives a 60-minute PE lesson and a 60-minute Games lesson. This also includes a 60-minute swimming session a week with our specialist coaches at Hurst Pool. We host local borough tournaments in both football and rugby, allowing our younger pupils an opportunity to experience competitive sport within a fun environment.
From Year 3, this increases to a 60-minute PE lesson and two 90-minute Games afternoons. All children will represent the School in competitive fixtures throughout the year, with an extensive fixture list against schools such as Hampton, Twickenham and Wetherby Prep.
To view our sports fixture calendar, please click here.