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Note: Students should have their kit for every lesson.

Any student who cannot take part in the practical part of the lessons for any reason should still change into their kit so that they can be involved in the lesson as a coach or official. These non-participants can also bring waterproofs and tracksuit trousers if the weather looks bad.

For those who cannot take an active part in the lesson due to illness or injury, as well as bringing a note to explain why, you must also have your coaching kit which is your normal PE kit, plus optional tracksuit trousers and a jacket if the weather is cold.

 

Details of the PE kit required by each class can be found below: 

PE Kit Timetable for the 2020/21 Academic Year

As we hope you can understand, there is a lot of uncertainty about how PE is going to look in September with the current restrictions around social distancing. Our main concern is the safety and wellbeing of our students. With this in mind we are going to delay the release of our PE kit timetable until we have confirmed version. I would ask that in the meantime students take direction from their PE teacher – when we return in September your teacher will be able to give you a better idea of what you will be doing and the kit that you will need.

 

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