Beyond the classroom

Sports Clubs and Fixtures

Being active and healthy contributes significantly to enjoyment of school life and we have a wide variety of sporting clubs and extra curricular activities available to support this. We actively seek to develop emerging talent and provide a framework that stretches and improves performance in students with clear abilities in the sporting field.

Our sports provision makes full use of an athletics track, cycle track, netball dome and two all-weather pitches.  We also enjoy competitive sport fixtures against local, regional, national and even international teams!

Below is a list of available sporting clubs here at The Stourport High School & VIth Form College:


Extra-Curricular Provision – Autumn Term 2 (2017)

All clubs for all year groups and 3:45 – 4:45pm, unless otherwise stated.

Day   Time  Club Location Staff Member
Tuesday 3.45 – 4.30pm Gym Club – all years Fitness Suite Mr Delo
Tuesday 3.45 – 4.45pm Netball – Years 7, 8 & 9 Dome Miss Radio / Mrs Hammond
Tuesday 3.45 – 4.45pm Football Fixtures (boys) – Year 12/13 Various Mr Pearson
Tuesday Basketball Fixtures – Year 9 (boys) various Mr Baker
Wednesday 4 – 5pm Netball – Years 10, 11, 12 & 13 Dome Miss Radio
Thursday 3.45 – 4.45pm Basketball Arena Mr Bennett / Mr Wakefield / Mr Philips
Thursday 3.45 – 4.45pm Table Tennis – All Year groups The Hub Mr Richards
Thursday 3.45 – 4.45pm Year 7 & 8 Netball Fixtures Mrs Hammond / Miss Radio
Friday 3.45 – 4.45pm Dodgeball Arena Miss Bidie / Mrs Cooper



A full list of sporting fixtures is shown here:  WYRE FOREST LEAGUE FIXTURES 2017

The School’s fixtures for 2016-17 are shown here: Stourport High School Results 2016-17

Please note that fixtures may change from time to time for reasons beyond our control so please check with the member of staff organising the team event.

We will endeavour to update the fixtures with results regularly during the year.

Please contact Mr Baker or Miss Bradley for more information.




Playing into quite a strong wind against a powerful and quick Bromsgrove team, Stourport found themselves on the back foot in the early stages. The very poor surface did not allow Stourport to play the good flowing football they are capable of.

With a bit of a mix up in the Stourport box, Bromsgrove found themselves going a goal up which looked to stir Stourport into life. With some improved movement throughout the team Stourport started to peg Bromsgrove back.

Reverting to a little tactical change by moving to four at the back saw Stourport

build some clearer chances which eventually resulted in Alfie Norris equalizing again from some good build-up play.

Then came a moment of complete justice: a fantastic penalty save by the debutant Stourport keeper Harry Brighton, which resulted from a complete error of judgement by the referee in awarding the kick to be taken! Incidentally, whether the decision is correct or incorrect, it is always best to respect it on the pitch.

With the start of the second half came change, with Stourport, as is generally the case in most of the games, running out worthy winners with goals from Cian Prendergast, Olly Berry and Connor Cummins.  If Stourport began the first half of games the way they play the second halves then a lot of the games could well be out of the oppositions reach going into the second half.

Stourport finished the game worthy 4-1 winners with an overall great team performance.


Author: Mark Roberts.