Friday, 6 October 2017

Keeping you up to date

We are finding ourselves busier and busier in the GIS PE department with out talented Titans playing so much sport, so to ensure that all parents and players know what is going on in the department in both Primary and Secondary, we have decided to post team sheets and fixtures on the blog.

You can find all this information when you click on the tabs at the top of the blog.

We will also be posting more photos and results to help us celebrate how great our Titans really are.

The team sheets will be added weekly so please keep looking to see if your child is part of the team.

For Primary parents, a google form will be sent out before each match/ sporting event asking for your permission for your child to participate. Please ensure you fill in this form and send it back as without consent we will not be able to take your child with us.

***Please note that the primary fixture list will be added over the weekend and the team lists for the Primary football against St Andrews match will also be added them too***




Monday, 31 October 2016

GIS presents the new Secondary Hardcourt




Our new basketball backboards will be fitted in the next couple of days and then we are fully completed.








Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Cross Country Competition at St Andrews

Well done to the pupils who participated from Year 3 all the way up to Year 11























U15 Girls Football

The U15 continued in their success of Basketball in an excellent fooyball match against Regents, Pattaya.  

It was an exciting game to watch and a great way to start off the season.

Regents 0 - 7 GIS 


U15 Girls Basketball Success

Well done to the U15 Girls Basketball team who played well in their first Basketball game of the season at Regents School, Pattaya.  

It was an exciting game and a great win. 

Regents 12-24 GIS


Sunday, 28 August 2016

Welcome to the New School Year from the PE Department

As we start the new term all Year 7, 8 and 9 pupils are learning to play Badminton.  We have some great players already and some very keen pupils eager to learn. 








Our After School sport is now up and running and it would be great to see lots of pupils there.  

There is no need to sign up.  Regardless of ability all pupils are welcome to come and learn a new sport or develop the skills they already have.  


The IGCSE lessons have got off to a great start with the Year 10s learning about the skeletal system using one of them as our class skeleton.



A great way to revise is the GCSE Bitesize webiste 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/zkpv4wx/revision