The school has an incredible team of sports coaches who support girls at whatever age or ability. The girls play with great determination and commitment, meaning, with guidance from their fantastic coaches, they do not all have to be gifted sportswomen initially in order to achieve great things

The school recognises the positive impact and importance of sport on the happiness and wellbeing of their girls. At the same time, they cater for those who don’t enjoy traditional sports as they offer an extensive range of other options in PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs

Sports teams and clubs are run for all age groups in netball, hockey, lacrosse, cross-country, gymnastics, swimming, athletics, tennis, rounders, cricket, fencing, touch rugby, badminton and riding.  Results are impressive and notable achievements include: six National Athletics representatives; Intermediate National ESSA Jumping with style Champions; outright U19 National Lacrosse Champions in 2010, 2011, 2013 and U15 National Lacrosse Champions in 2010 and 2015.  In 2011, eight Godolphin girls played in the World Cup with one (England Captain) being the only European player to make the World All Star Team.

In 2015 we had three pupils compete in the U19 World Cup and in 2017 we had two girls compete at the Women’s World Cup.  

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Sarah Pokai
Head of PE