The policy at Hill House is to teach the basic principles of all games. By experiencing a variety of sports, and having the opportunity to learn different skills, boys and girls can find out which games suit them best allowing them to specialise and prepare for the challenges of competitive sport at their next school.

In today's world it is important that boys and girls learn to react quickly in an emergency and have the ability to get themselves out of a dangerous situation. It is vital to develop a good sense of co-ordination and muscle control as well as to have the desire to compete and win.

Situated in the heart of London, Hill House has the good fortune to use top sports facilities all of which are accessible using our fleet of six buses.

Sport is a vital part of the curriculum at Hill House and therefore boys and girls go to games at least once every day and also swim once a week.

  • Duke of York’s Ground
  • Hyde Park Ground
  • Royal Hospital Ground
  • Queen’s Club Tennis Courts
  • Cadogan Place Tennis Courts
  • Battersea Park Athletics Track
  • Battersea Park Football Ground
  • Battersea Park Hockey Pitches
  • Battersea Park Netball Pitches
  • Oval Indoor Cricket Centre
  • Queen’s Club Indoor Tennis Courts
  • Queen’s Club Squash Courts
  • Southbank Club
  • Founders’ Hall
  • Chelsea Swimming Pool
  • Latchmere Swimming Pool
  • Queen Mother Swimming Pool
  • Rugby Union
  • Football
  • Cricket
  • Softball
  • Netball
  • Field Hockey
  • Rounders
  • Water polo
  • Athletics
  • Gymnastics
  • Squash
  • Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Fencing
  • Tag Rugby
  • Touch Rugby
  • Handball
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Long ball
  • Snow Skiing in Glion