Learning is a process that should continue
beyond the classroom walls.
Sport for every student
Sport is an essential part of our curriculum. It develops teamwork, fair play and builds self-confidence, in addition to health benefits. Our experienced PE staff and specialist coaches support our pupils to try new sports and develop their passion.
Netball, Hockey, Football, Swimming and Gymnastics are among our core sports. Teams compete locally and in national GDST tournaments where we frequently punch above our weight against larger schools.
Brighton Girls is home to Brighton Gymnastics, and we have strong links with local sports clubs covering netball, hockey, swimming, rounders, cricket, gymnastics, athletics and tennis.
Facilities: netball courts, sports hall, mirrored dance studio, modern gym, cricket and rounders lawn, and our Radinden Manor Road Astro turf sports site.
Sport is an essential part of our curriculum. It develops teamwork, fair play and builds self-confidence.
Prep swimming lessons are with expert swim coaches at a local pool.
Prep students take part in the School’s annual Sports Day with running, track and field and fun activities.
We have Senior school students playing for regional Netball teams and a recent alumna on the Netball Scotland squad. Brighton Girls set up popular community netball club the Brighton Bees.
Football is popular with students and we were the first girls-only Paris Saint-Germain Academy in the UK.
Music too is a huge focus, with opportunities to perform in a wide range of orchestras, groups and choirs. There’s also the chance for girls to learn an instrument outside of school, with tuition supplied by associated music tutors.
Students can choose from an exciting range of lunchtime and after-school activities and clubs. These include boxing, coding, karate, skateboarding, drama queens, eco club, yoga and much more.
“I do several clubs and I think my favourite is skateboarding. The coach gives us a lot of attention and help!” India, Year 4.
Some clubs that are run by specialist providers, such as Ballet and Drama, may incur a charge.