These Girls Can

Sport and physical education are so important for all our students, whatever their ability. That’s why we always aim for a balance between encouraging inclusivity and developing elite performers. 

As well as nurturing the roots of a healthy lifestyle, all types of movement support mental and emotional good health. The transferable life skills involved in being part of a team and showing mutual respect for opponents are also invaluable. 

Our diversity of options reflects what the girls enjoy – from team sports to individual activities,  such as cross-country (and we’ve just introduced rowing to our wide range of choices). Our two-week timetable enables the girls to stay involved across different sports and compete for several teams. In fact, any girl who wants to be in a school team can do so.   


We’re fortunate enough to share some of the best facilities in Surrey at the Surrey Sports Park, the Spectrum and Blue Spyder Climbing Centre. And our exciting future plans include new facilities (full-size hockey astro, athletics track, and upgraded football, rugby and cricket pitches) at our new home ground, the Urn Field. Not to mention an upgraded pavilion and parking to host visiting teams.

Find out more about Urn Field

At Tormead, one of our key beliefs is ‘We value every girl’.

Nothing could be truer in sport.

Elite Athletes’ Programme

For girls aiming to train and compete at an elite level, we offer exceptional training opportunities and support their aspirations with our Elite Athletes’ Programme, which tailors a strength and conditioning programme to their individual needs (plus advice on nutrition, rest and recovery and sports psychology). Our elite athletes represent Tormead at county, regional and national levels.

Where next?

Sixth Form

Performing Arts