Caxton College Competition Sports–‘Club Deportivo’–was created as a way for young people to complement their personal and academic education with sport. Caxton College’s excellence and professionalism carries over into the area of sport, providing training based on performance and values education.
Competition Sports include team and individual sports. All of these sports have professional, experienced coaches. Competition Sports are also open to young people who study at schools other than Caxton College.
Ana Belén Álvaro is the co-ordinator of the Competition Sports. A former professional basketball player, she was a member of the Spanish women’s team, and now brings to Caxton College her experience in competitive sport.
The school’s excellent facilities contribute to the benefits of these sport activities, all of which is making Caxton College known for more than just academics.