We facilities to accommodate all types of physical activity, both indoor and outdoor. The two full sized basketball courts can be used for Netball, Tennis and Volleyball. There are six hot shot/bat tennis courts, hopscotch courts and an outdoor giant chess board. The large oval accommodates AFL, cricket and soccer and our an indoor hall used for wet and hot weather and indoor sports.
All students receive targeted PE lessons beginning with fundamental motor skills to more complex skills. Many of which include, AFL football, Soccer, Netball, Basketball, Hot shot tennis, Tee Ball, Soft ball, Volleyball, Cricket, Rugby Tag. Peer teaching is a big part of level 5 and 6 where students work develop coaching and mentoring.
Through sport students learn to try their best and practise good sportsmanship. They understand the importance of team work and supporting one another. They develop competence in making decisions and taking action to promote an active, healthy lifestyle. The acquisition of fine and gross motor skills is essential and related to performance in other curriculum areas.
The sporting experiences we offer include:
Designed to bring the whole school community together. It is an evening event to accommodate working families. Students participate in running races and fun games.
House Sports Day
All grade levels compete in their house colours. The games are fun and target mixed abilities.
Year 5 & 6 participate in a summer and a winter sports team to compete with neighbouring schools.
Cross country, Athletics, Swimming.
Level 3 to 6 are given the opportunity to trial for Swimming, Athletics, and Cross Country teams where they then represent the school at the district athletics. Students who perform well then have the opportunity to go onto Division, Regional and State level.
Community Sports day.
Level 5 and 6 compete in a fun Community Sports day against the local district primary schools. It is a day designed to bring the community together. Students compete in activities such as basketball throw, quoits throw, soccer kick, long jump. Relays, tunnel ball, captain’s ball ten pin bowling.
Team Vic Trials
Students are given the opportunity to try out for Team Vic trials in Football, Soccer, Cricket, Netball and Basketball. If successful and they progress through the different stages through to represent Victoria in a National Championships.
Hoop time Basketball Competition is run by Basketball Victoria. Students have the opportunity to be selected for the All Stars (experienced team) Future Stars (some experience and learners) and Rookies (have no prior experience) teams. The program concludes at the end of each year with Regional Finals and a State Grand Final.
Each year we support students to attend intensive swimming lessons at the local pool.