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Sports

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All students in years 8-12 will be involved in sport on Tuesday and Wednesday  afternoons.  The school is a member of the Bayside District and Metropolitan East region, and fields representative school teams which compete against other schools in the district. 

All year 7 students will be involved in our four Gala Days this year.

Summer interschool sports

Include touch football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball and squash. 

Cricket will also be played by our senior students.  These teams will travel to Kianawah Park each week.

Winter interschool sports

Include netball, rugby league, football, AFL, volleyball and tennis. 

Recreational activity

Students who are not involved in interschool sports can select a recreational activity.  Some of these activities include dance, cricket, yoga, European handball, futsal, netball, powerwalking and soccer. 

The school also offers activities at various venues in the community, and utilises the expertise of a number of outside instructors.  These activities include ten-pin bowling ($5.50), tennis ($4.00), gym ($5.50).

Students are expected to wear their correct sports uniforms for their chosen activities.  The emphasis on sport is to encourage maximum participation.  It is hoped that students will gain physical, emotional and social benefits through participating in sport.

Rugby League Development Program

As a part of our Health and Physical Education Department, our school offers Year 8-12 students the opportunity to participate in the Rugby League Development Program. This program has been designed to advance skills, improve fitness and a students' knowledge of the game of Rugby League.

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Last reviewed 05 September 2019
Last updated 05 September 2019