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PE and Sport

At Countess Anne Physical Education is taught on a twice per week basis with the programmes of study being covered via a core of sports and

recreational activities.

We aim through our teaching of physical education:

  • To provide pupils with the opportunity to become proficient at a range of sports.
  • To help pupils see sport as a fun and creative way of staying healthy and safe.
  • To ensure that pupils are prepared with the life skills of cycling and swimming.
  • To provide an opportunity for pupils to develop the Olympic Values of respect, excellence and friendship.

The core of what we offer at Countess Anne is timetabled below, however this is supplemented by our extended learning opportunities programme and by our residential programme.

Curriculum details

Cycle coaching

Sports Grant statement:

The Governors and Head Teacher at Countess Anne School are committed to providing a balance and breadth of curriculum. To do this we acknowledge that we need a range of resources for the school and its pupils to utilise.  Therefore the Sports Grant has been allocated to the long term development of our school swimming pool. In so doing we hope to maintain this unique opportunity of being able to offer swimming to our youngest pupils and water based enrichment  activities such as snorkelling and water polo to our oldest pupils.

To date we have accumulated £17,000 of sports grant and look to start work on the pool in late Autumn 2014 in order to have it ready for Summer term 2015.