er, PE facilities - well, my daughter is not sporty, but this is what I know. They have a sports hall for badminton, trampolining, gym, aerobics, other indoor things. 4 netball/tennis courts. Dance studio and exercise room (machines etc) for older girls. And a small pool. They play hockey and do athletics over at Palmer Park, and have done a cross country run in the grounds of Reading School. They have 4 or 5 hours if PEa fortnight. At first they don't have any choice of activities, but do lots of different ones, probably 6 in year 7. In y10 (i think, might be y9) they start being able to choose from a few options, including a sports leadership programme, and my y11 dd seems to enjoy pretty much everything she has done, from water polo, to tag rugby.
They can do PE GCSE and it seems quite popular. If you do it you can wear a grey hoodie with PE GCSE and your name on it, and there were quite a lot of them around at the last parents evening
There are clubs for lots of sports, as well as the school teams that play other schools. I'm not sure how successful the school teams are though! From what dd has said, there seems to be more of an ethos of do lots of sport and enjoy yourself rather than win at all costs!