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Sport

Here at All Saints we aim to provide opportunities for all children to particpate in activities, promoting a positive approach to health and fitness. Every year we hold our Sports Day, when every child competes and earns points in their House teams. Each activity is tailored so children of all abilities can 'have a go'. Participation is the name of the game. In addition, we hold running races for the more competitive!

We are proud to be associated with the North East Hants School Games cluster which provides many events for the children to take part in. Again, there is a mixture of festival (non-competitive) events and leagues which feed into the Hampshire School Games for Junior Schools. The school is represented in hockey, football, cricket, cross country, athletics, handball and basketball. On several ocassions we have qualified for the finals in football and hockey and have twice been Hampshire Junior Schools hockey champions. Over the last five years, we have developed pathways to local sports clubs so children may continue to play a sport they may have first started at our school. Many of our past pupils are currently playing sport at county level and some have reached national levels.

We offer over 300 places in after school clubs, covering many activities which are run by our staff and outside sports providers.  Our clubs fill up quickly, with a high level of participation in curriculum PE lessons and extra curricular clubs. 

In Year 6, the children are able to take on the role of Young Sports Leader and lead groups of younger children at lunchtimes, encouraging them to be active and develop their social and teamwork skills.

Kwik Cricket

Handball

Sports Day

Hockey

Cross Country

Basketball

Football

Athletics

Sports Awards