The Physical Education Department aims to provide a curriculum that is inclusive for all pupils, and develops competence and confidence to take part in a broad range of physical activities that embeds the value of leading healthy, active lifestyles that become a central part of their lives both in and out of school.
All PE lessons at The Charter School North Dulwich have a focus on being enjoyable, demanding and rewarding through which technical skills, life skills and sporting knowledge and understanding (SSS) can be developed and are assessed. Our continued vision is to offer a high-quality physical education curriculum, which inspires all pupils to succeed either through excelling in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities or, give students the tools to continued lifelong participation in physical activity or sport. We strive to develop positive attitudes to physical activity, sport and healthy lifestyles, which are then taken into adulthood.
The Charter School North Dulwich is committed to an extensive extra-curricular program. All students have an opportunity to engage in outside of curriculum time sports and activities which include many practice sessions as well as the opportunity to join one of our many sports teams that compete against other schools/clubs in tournaments and competitions throughout the year. Students may also hone skills and develop fitness levels in any of the extensive curriculum clubs no matter whether if it is competitively or socially.
Updates to our extra-curricular program can be found in the school newsletter and on the school website throughout the year. Furthermore, throughout the year students from different houses (tutors) also compete against each other in competitive tournaments across a range of different activities that include basketball, table-tennis, football, volleyball and many more.