|Football, Tennis, Rugby, Hockey, Basketball, Curling, Badminton, Table Tennis, Trampolining, Multisport, Golf, Netball
|Dunbar Grammar School
|S1 - S6
DGS Sport: Active Schools are striving to make sport and physical activity a way of life, and we act in the best interests of sport and physical activity in Dunbar Grammar to make sure everyone has that opportunity to take part and have fun and feel included.
We offer a variety of Sports & Activity Clubs and want our pupils to try as many of these activities as possible, not only is sport and activity good for physical and mental wellbeing it can offer new challenges and creates opportunities to make new friends and feel part of the school and wider community.
Dunbar Grammar pupils are currently enjoying a thriving sports programme with opportunities in Football, Basketball, Hockey, Rugby, Table Tennis, Tennis, Handball, Badminton, Fitness, Volleyball, Netball, Indoor Curling and Trampolining. To see details of the clubs we run and how to book a place on them please click: BookingLive
Many of our Sports will see us participating in fixtures or competitions locally, regional and nationally this offers pupils the chance to compete against other schools,however if pupils are only wanting to participate in Sports Clubs for fitness anf fun we encourage them to do so.
Dunbar Grammar runs a thriving 'School of Rugby' programme. Linking closely with Dunbar Rugby Club, we field teams for boys from S1 to S6, and a Girls Rugby session S1-S6. The 'School of Rugby' also offers additional skills and physical development support for all of our rugby players.
All of our clubs are free of charge with the exception of our TotalAdventure programme. Even though our clubs are free there may be costs to young people participating in sports, this may be kit or equipment. If you are worried or have concerns regarding financial barriers please contact Scott Marnoch in complete confidence and confidentiality.
DGS Future Leaders Programme: Here at DGS we believe our young people are all potential leaders and through Active Schools Future Leaders Programme we aim to develop our young people and give them not only skills they will need to become Future Leaders but also for their own personal development.
The Future Leaders Booklet provides a basic framework for the programme: Active Schools Future Leaders Programme
Community: We have strong links with all our Community Sports Clubs and offer pathways for pupils to be part of these clubs where hopefully they can continue to participate, compete and be part of something worthwhile through sport.Dunbar is a hotbed of sport and by linking with the local community sports hub, we enjoy close links with Dunbar Rugby Club, Hockey Club, Football Club, Tennis club, Cricket club , Coast2Coast and West Barnes Bowling Club
Volunteering: With so many Sports Clubs and Activities happening at DGS we are always looking out for volunteers to help with the many roles within Sports Clubs. We have an amazing school staff who many give up their time to help with the clubs. However we are always looking for support from anyone wishing to help out and are also able to help with any Training Courses (coaching courses, first aid, officiating) that will help assist our volunteers. Here at DGS we are encouraging our pupils to become Futuure Leaders and we offer a variety of opportunities for them to get on the sporting volunteer ladder.
If anyone is looking for more information in helping with DGS Sports clubs plaese contact Scott Marnoch, these clubs cannot run without volunteers.
At Active Schools we are always looking to promote opportunities for our Volunteers and Coaches to access training courses.
Reducing Finances as a Barrier to Sport & Physical Activity
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