Cleves School Learning Together
Weybridge, Surrey
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Sport

All pupils at Cleves spend at least two hours a week taking part in physical education. This is broken down into one indoor session and one outdoor session per week. Indoor sessions will be based on gymnastics, dance or agility exercises. Outdoor sessions are based on team games, striking and fielding games or athletics. This structure is in line with the National Curriculum.

For more information about the Clubs that Cleves School run, please visit our Clubs page.

Extra Curricular Sport

Government guidelines recommend that children do at least 5 hours physical activity a week. At Cleves we are helping to enable this by offering opportunities for children to take part in more sport.

School Teams

Cleves School takes part in many inter-school sports events. We have a reputation in the area for always producing teams of a high standard, both physically and in terms of their sportsmanship. The children who represent the school take pride in what they do and there is often strong competition to make a team. These teams are run by school staff who put in extra work to support these children.

Football trip to the Netherlands/Belgium

Every May, Cleves runs a football trip to The Netherlands or Belgium. Around 60 children travel to Holland and Belgium on alternate years to enter a football competition with entrants from all over Europe. These boys and girls make up 6 teams who are run by parents who volunteer to help out on the trip.

Achievements 2012

Football
Year 6 Boys Football team won their league and Year 5 Boys Football team came second. Year 6 were also 5 aside champions.

Year  5/6 Girls Football team won all their borough games and represented Elmbridge and Runneymede to come 3rd in the county.

Running
Borough running - U 11 boys won their competition and the U11's overall won a trophy
Cross Country - Art Croasdale and Marcus Shantry finished in the top 10 of the county and trained to represent Surrey.

District Sports - overall winners and won the U10 trophy

Swimming
Girls and boys sompeted at Spectrum for county championships - girls went through to South East Regional competition in Southampton 

Tennis
Year 3 tennis team got through to county championships

Netball
Years 5 and 6 teams won their leagues

 

 

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