Physical Education and Sports
The main aim in ISL Physical and Health Education lessons for the PYP Programme, is healthy and happy students.
We focus on physical literacy and developing students' fundamental movement skills to produce confident pupils who have a broad base of skills across balance, agility and coordination. In the later years we begin to learn game dynamics so we can apply these skills across a range of games and in different contexts.
With brand new sports facilities situated in neighbouring Gunnersbury Park, with the latest 4G football pitches, tennis courts, indoor multi-sports hall with a spectator viewing platform for parents, gym and studios for yoga and other activities – ISL has first-class sports facilities for students of all ages and abilities.
Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub
The Outdoor Sports Facilities
With stunning floodlit artificial all-weather football pitches, grass rugby and football pitches, floodlit tennis courts and cricket grounds, we are ready for every sporting occasion regardless of the London weather.
Hear from Head of School Mr. Parker on the new ISL Sports Hub
The Indoor Facilities
Futsal court, 2 x Volleyball training courts, 5 x Badminton courts, 1 Basketball game court (4 training hoops).
Additionally, 8 x team changing rooms (with 2 x exclusive access for ISL), 1 full gym (membership not included in tuition fee), 1 cafe
To read more about Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub, visit the website here.
House System - Competitions
London Youth Games
All students are actively encouraged to enjoy sports and particularly enjoy healthy and friendly competition, this starts from grass root level at ISL. We have taken part in a wide range of competitions over the last two years, including the London Youth Games, where we have represented in gymnastics, dance, indoor and outdoor athletics and even one day tournaments such as football. It is our ambition for every PYP student to take part in some form of competition representing our school if they so desire.
ISL represents the London Borough of Hounslow
The clubs programme is an exciting extension to the school day that allows students to embrace the activities they enjoy most. The After-School Club Programme is delivered by both internal teaching staff and external coaches and specialised providers.