Physical Education and Sport plays an integral part in the lives of pupils at Rougemont both within the curriculum and beyond. We provide opportunities for all pupils to participate at their own individual level. Be it for recreation or elite performance our pupils benefit from the numerous health and fitness outcomes of participating in physical activity.
Physical Education is taught throughout the school; from fundamental movement skills in the early years to school leavers with top grades in A Level PE. We want to produce physically literate, healthy individuals who have a lifelong love of physical activity.
Pupils are also exposed to a range of competitive sports during their games lessons. The major games are rugby, football and cricket for boys and hockey, netball, cricket for girls. However, pupils also have the opportunity to participate in other sports, such as, cross-country, athletics, rounders and tennis, as part of our extensive co-curricular programme.
We play regular fixtures with other independent and state schools, as well as running an extensive competitive house sport programme. Visit our Sports Portal here to learn more about our teams and forthcoming fixtures.
Our sports scholars & elite performers receive support in their academic studies and sporting development to enable them to achieve their performance goals. Find out more about our Sports Scholarship Programme here.
Kerry Marshall | Director of Sport
“The provision of sport at Rougemont is excellent and has developed considerably over the past few years. The facilities are outstanding and the opportunities for pupils are in abundance.” – Year 8 parent