At Corsham School we believe that healthy active lifestyles are an integral part of the well rounded student. To this end the Physical education department provide a plethora of opportunities to participate in activities for fun, health and enjoyment as well as competitive sports and competitions. We have regular inter-tutor competitions in a variety of activities, most notably the mixed Netball tournament and the prestigious Corsham6th Sports Day. In addition we have high quality coaching on the indoor climbing wall at the Springfield Campus as well as access to their World Class Fitness Suite and large sports hall. Corsham6th students are also welcome to use our sand dressed all weather pitch to develop their hockey and football skills as well as developing their rugby skills on our extensive field area. Our excellent Dance Studio is also available to students who choose to engage in PE enrichment on a Wednesday afternoon.

Our U18s enter the Nat West cup for rugby and play several local fixtures. The school football 1st XI often progress well in the Wiltshire County Cup as well as the FA Schools Cup. Our Corsham6th Netball team also competes well on a district level. We also have regular mixed hockey fixtures against local secondary schools.

Please check our progress, fixtures and live scores on Twitter: @CorshamPE

Amnesty International

Each year we set up a group who wish to explore issues of injustice on a global scale.

Assisting the elderly at Hungerford House

Students go along to this local home for the elderly and work alongside the staff. They have also organised ‘sing-alongs’ which have been very popular.

Volunteering at Holburne Museum, Bath

Students, for over two years, have volunteered at the world class Museum of Art. They volunteer as stewards or at the welcome desk. Additionally, they assist the museum in the evenings when it stays open late. In the past, students have been members of the youth forum in order to help the museum in their drive to attract young people visit the museum.

‘Digital Champions’

Volunteering to help the elderly with ICT at Corsham Community Campus. This has been a very popular project, in conjunction with Wiltshire Council, which has enabled older member of the community gain computing skills and gives our students skills of teaching and communication.

Ministry Of Defence

This is an opportunity to ‘go under the wire’ and learn work skills such as writing a CV and interview and presentation skills from one of our largest employers in the area.

Primary School Experience

Many students volunteer at local primary schools in order to gain experience prior to applying for teaching degrees or going on to complete child care courses.