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County Sports Partnership Websites:

Australian Institute of Sport
Sport England
Human Kinetics Journal
Athletic Insight
Journal of Exercise Physiology
Peak Performance Online
Sports Medicine
Sports Psychology Resources

 

Sport at Henley

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The Henley College is a centre of excellence for a wide range of sports and is proud to offer the Sports Development Programme (in rowing, rugby, netball, basketball, hockey or football) to run alongside other College courses.

In an area of outstanding natural beauty, there are playing fields for sports such as tennis, rugby and football. In addition the College regularly uses off-site facilities including astroturf pitches and Henley Rugby Club. The newly built College Sports Hall includes a fitness and testing room. The full range of sports available to all of our students are listed on our Enrichment Programme page.

Leading sports personalities have visited the College to give talks to students, including George Graham, Olympic Gold Medal winning oarsmen Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pincent with their coach Jurgen Grobler, and Olympic skier Graham Bell.

Former student and London 2012 Paralympian, Scott Moorhouse, officially opened The Henley College's new state of the art Sports Hall and facilities in September 2012. Read more >>

 

Hollie Joslyn

Hollie JoslynEducation Award Winner: Sport

Hollie was a very happy student who maintained a positive outlook on all aspects of College life.

Hollie took all opportunities presented through her course and as part of her Enrichment programme. She achieved a number of entry level coaching qualifications and helped oversee a number of sports events for local schools and clubs.

Hollie had a particular interest in the coaching and physical education elements of her diploma, impressing tutors with her planning, knowledge, eagerness and conscientiousness. Hollie had a gentle, calm and supportive character and was always willing to encourage those who find activities a little more challenging.

Philippa Rogan

Education Award Winner: Sport

Pippa was the sort of student who decided to take every opportunity going, gaining awards in coaching, officiating, taking part in college teams including mixed tag rugby. Pippa represented Ireland at athletics and was always a model student.

 

 

 

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