Greenbank School

PE / Games

Sport at Greenbank Preparatory School

Greenbank Preparatory School believe that Sport is a fundamental part of the school week and should be a positive experience for all our children. Children who participate in sport demonstrate a healthy lifestyle, build self esteem and confidence.  Sport can motivate children to excel academically plus builds social skills.  Greenbank compete in a number of sports against many local school and other independent schools. Inter school House matches are played each term so that all children experience playing for a team and competing in sporting events.


The children participate in an indoor PE lesson and a lengthy outdoor Games lesson per week, using the field, Astroturf, netball court or the school hall. The children often work beyond the requirements of the National Curriculum covering a number of sports and activities throughout the school year. The Sport specialist teachers motivate the children and their enthusiastic approach inspires the children to enjoy and appreciate sport.

Extra Curricular

Greenbank Preparatory School offer their pupils excellent sporting opportunities. Children represent the School in High 5 and 7-a-side Netball, Mini Soccer, Cross Country, Athletics, Cricket, Rounders, Pop Lacrosse and Swimming. The children of Greenbank Preparatory School participate in a number of after school sports and activities, including Mini Soccer, and the most recent addition being the very popular Gymnastics Club. All children are welcome to participate in the practice/training sessions in Football, Netball, Cross Country, Cricket, Rounders, Pop and Field Lacrosse, Tennis, Ruby, Judo and the Athletics Club which is always very well received by all year groups.

Jon Green & Sally Lochrie
Games & PE Teachers