Sports

Sport is an essential part of the holistic curriculum at Harvest and it is crucial for each student’s emotional and physical development. Every student is expected to participate in at least one summer and one winter sport from the range offered at Harvest.

Supported by our dedicated coaches, every participant is spurred on to achieve their best in the sport of their choice. A full time Primary School Sports Administrator facilitates and oversees all of the training and matches. By combining the use of our own facilities with those of established clubs in the surrounding areas, we ensure that our students have the necessary resources available to enable them to succeed.


Summer Sports ( Terms 1 and 4)

Boys & Girls Ball Skills (Grades 1-2)

The ball skills training programme equips the pupils with basic hand-eye coordination, ball to foot coordination and other basic ball skills.

Beginner Tennis

Beginner tennis takes place at school for Grade 1 and 2 pupils. A coach helps our pupils with the basic tennis skills.

Boys u/9 mini cricket

The boys begin to learn their cricket skills in Grade 2 and 3. Fielding two sides every week, the boy’s just love learning, practicing and playing matches against other schools.

Boys Cricket

Harvest Christian School fields two sides within the Primary School, an u/11 and an u/13 side. Harvest has consistently had EP District representatives at the school and has fared very well in the PE League structure. 

Boys & Girls Swimming

Harvest Christian School swimming takes place at Profiles Gym in William Moffet Road. Professional coaches support the progress of the individual swimmers who take part in the ‘B’ and ‘C’ league Gala’s held in the city. 

Boys & Girls Tennis

Tennis is played throughout the year and our teams play at Victoria Park Tennis Club. Harvest employs coaches to teach beginner tennis as well as training for the more experienced and developed player. A number of pupils are regularly chosen to represent Eastern Province Tennis. 

Boys & Girls Chess

Harvest Christian School encourages learners to take part in chess. Harvest has been entered into the league system and plays matches on a weekly basis. 

Boys & Girls Volleyball

Volleyball at Harvest is a new sport and has grown in support at Harvest. The school has two full sized courts on campus and it is a sport loved by all.


Winter Sports (Terms 3 and 4)

Boys u/9 mini soccer

“mini” soccer prepares the young boys for the years ahead. Fielding two sides every week, the boy’s just love learning, practicing and playing matches against other schools.

Boys Soccer

Harvest Christian School fields two boys’ soccer sides within the Primary School, an u/11 and an u/13 side, which compete in the schools league. Harvest has consistently had EP District representatives at the school for soccer. 

Cross Country

Our cross country pupils and coaches train on a weekly basis, in and around the school grounds and often times off campus. The pupils will continue to compete in inter school events and are encouraged to participate in the numerous local PE running events on weekends.

Girls Hockey

Harvest Girls hockey fields two u/10 sides and an u/14 side in the schools league. The girls regularly participate in the various school festivals and tournaments in Port Elizabeth. 

Boys & Girls Tennis

Tennis is played throughout the year and our teams play at Victoria Park Tennis Club. Harvest employs coaches to teach beginner tennis as well as training for the more experienced and developed player. A number of pupils are regularly chosen to represent Eastern Province Tennis. 

Boys & Girls Chess

Harvest Christian School encourages learners to take part in chess. Harvest has been entered into the league system and plays matches on a weekly basis. 

Boys & Girls Volleyball

Volleyball at Harvest is a new sport and has grown in support at Harvest. The school has two full sized courts on campus and it is a sport loved by all.


"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it."

Proverbs 22:6

See that you do not look down on one of these little ones. For I tell you that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father in heaven.

Matthew 18:10

Children, obey your parents in everything, for this pleases the Lord.

Colossians 3:20