Physical Education is an exciting and dynamic part of the Northease Manor School curriculum taught by experienced, specialist staff who share their passion for the subject with learners.
Students enjoy a wide range of sports in our extensive grounds including football, rugby, athletics, cross country, swimming, gymnastics and dance, achieving satisfaction from producing very high quality outcomes.
Our students compete in a number of local tournaments, including football, boccia, new age kurling, sports hall athletics, as well as Sports Leaders’ days. This variety of activity underpins a differentiated curriculum that also includes golf, frisbee, flag football, hockey, health related fitness, netball, waterpolo, cricket, personal survival, table tennis, Gaelic football, stool ball, rounders, futsal, tennis, basketball and softball.
In addition, a number of our after school activities are sport focused. This year, we have been able to offer skiing (dry slope), trampolining, mountain biking, horse riding, Futsal and kayaking.
Our students range in ability but all are enthusiastic participants. Anyone attending our Sports Day will know just how supportive all students are of their schoolmates, even when competing against each other!