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Éducation physique

Nous sommes très chanceux d'avoir un site vert aussi merveilleux. Nous avons un vaste terrain de jeu qui est défini comme un terrain de football officiel de taille junior et un terrain de ronde ainsi qu'une piste d'athlétisme pendant la saison sportive appropriée. La surface dure est utilisée comme terrain de netball pour l'entraînement toute l'année et les matchs pendant les trimestres d'automne et de printemps.

Tous les élèves ont la possibilité de participer à une variété d'activités pendant leurs cours du programme national et nous proposons des clubs supplémentaires en dehors des heures de classe pendant les trois trimestres.

L'école primaire de South Hill fait partie intégrante du réseau sportif de l'école Dacorum et bénéficie énormément des ressources et de la formation offertes par le partenariat. Cela valorise le sport proposé à tous nos élèves.

Des cours de natation pour les élèves de KS2 sont organisés pendant l'année scolaire. Celles-ci se déroulent au Centre sportif Hemel avec l'aide des moniteurs qualifiés du centre.


L'école primaire de South Hill encourage ses élèves à faire du sport. Nous croyons que cela renforce l'esprit d'équipe dans une culture de concurrence saine.

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Community clubs 

We are extremely lucky to be close to so many great sporting clubs, who are willing and able to support our pupils and teachers.  We have benefited from the coaching skills of Berkhamsted Hockey club, Leverstock Green tennis club, Bytomic Taekwondo, Christina Marks School of Performing Arts and Hertfordshire Cricket.  The children have also been inspired by a visit from Victoria Ohuruogu - an English track athlete who won silver at the Commonwealth Games last year!

We also book workshops for the children that support their physical and mental wellbeing.  Challenge Sport Education have provided us with these a number of times and have been greatly enjoyed by the children. 

Running track 

Our extensive school grounds, includes a running track which is used by every year group each day.  The children are encouraged to run or walk around the 300-metre long track in their break times, but also as healthy active breaks during lesson time.  Once a half term, our sports coach sets an extra challenge, where children compete against other classes to run or walk as many laps as possible in a week.  We understand that active children are often happy children so Friday is Daily Mile Friday for family to join in too!  The side gate opens at 8:20am each Friday for families to run with their children before school.

Orienteering course 

Our grounds has an orienteering course, which enables us to make some of our other lessons in the curriculum more active.  Children can regularly be seen running happily from zone to zone to solve historical, geographical, mathematical and English facts. 


We offer a range of clubs at our school.  Please use the links to find out more information. 

  • Morning Games Club – years 2 to 6 

  • Game On football – years 1 and 2 

  • After school football – years 3 to 6 

  • Mini shooters – years 1 and 2 

  • Netball – years 4 to 6 

  • Basketball – years 3 to 6 

  • Street dance – years 1 to 6 

  • Rounders – Summer term 









Sports day 

Our sports day is a day designed to inspire and engage pupils, as well as to compete.  We have a whole day of sporting events, starting with a carousel, which is supported by our Sports Ambassadors, and finishing with a range of races. 


Pupil Voice

I like playing games with my friends.  I love it when we play football.  It is my favourite sport.  Harry Y2


PE is very fun and it keeps me healthy.  I play football, basketball, cricket and rugby.  Aiden Y5


I like when we do running games.  It makes me feel happy.  We always have fun.  Arlo Y1


My favourite sport is football.  It is fun to do PE because it gives us a break from learning.  I like doing tag rugby.  Sam Y6

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