Physical Education and Sport
The school actively promotes physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
It aims to develop skills in movement, co-ordination, physical activity and team spirit.
Children are taught fundamental movement skills, dance, modified games and a large variety of all sporting skills. All sport lessons are taught by a specialist teacher.
Years 2-6 students also participate in sport lessons with specialist sport teachers and a specialist dance teacher. These activities develop the students' sporting skills and offers a wide range of sports and athletic ativities.
In Kindergarten & Years 1-2 students participate in sports skills lessons promoting a wide range of PE activities with an emphasis on gymnastics, dance/movement skills and fundamental ball skills.
Years 2-6 attend the school Swimming Carnival. Years K-6 attend Cross Country and Athletics Carnivals held during the year, and older students are selected to participate in Zone, Area and State Carnivals.
Students in Years 2 and 3 also attend the Austswim, learn to swim program.
Children in Years 3-6 are selected on ability to participate in inter-school competitions conducted by the Primary School Sporting Association (PSSA). The competition is run during school hours and all games are played outside the school grounds.
Summer Competition (Terms 1 & 4) includes t-ball (junior), softball (senior) for girls, League Tag (boys and girls junior and senior) and cricket (junior and senior) for boys.
Winter Competition (Terms 2 & 3) includes AFL (junior & senior) for boys and girls, netball for girls (junior and senior), soccer for girls (senior) and soccer for boys (junior and senior).