At King Edward’s School, we are lucky to have some outstanding sports facilities, including a swimming pool, athletics track and dedicated hockey astro. We are pleased to be able to share these facilities with our local community at no cost through the below programmes.
The facilities are easily accessible from Bristol Road, near the University of Birmingham (postcode: B29 7JX). To make further enquiries about any of our sport programmes, email: email@example.com.
Date: Autumn and spring terms on Monday and Friday mornings
Location: Southall Pavilion (Postcode: B29 7JP)
We offer hockey, tag rugby, tri-golf, netball, multi-sports and fundamentals of movement coaching at our Southall Pavilion on Eastern Road to children in Years 4 or 5. Courses usually run over five or six mornings, but we can customise sessions if required. The children are coached in either one sport or a taster of two sports at each session. Participating schools must be able to transport their children to our sports facilities. The maximum number of children that can participate in a coaching session is 35.
You can register interest in coaching for the 2021 autumn term and 2022 spring term via the button below.
Date: Summer term on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings
Location: Eastern Road sports facilities (Postcode: B29 7JX)
We offer coaching in cricket at our Eastern Road sports facilities to children in Years 4 or 5. Courses usually run over five mornings, but we can customise sessions if necessary. Participating schools must be able to transport their children to our Eastern Road sports facilities. The maximum number of children that can participate in a coaching session is 40. Where possible, the sessions will be staffed by KES staff; if this is not possible the sessions are staffed by Warwickshire Cricket Board staff, all of whom have been DBS-checked.
Date: May, June and early July
Location: King Edward’s School (Postcode: B5 7SP)
Primary schools are able to let our swimming pool during the summer term when it is not being used for PE teaching. Schools must be able to transport their children to our swimming pool and provide a qualified lifeguard.