The school holds its annual competitors only swimming carnival in Term 1 at a local public pool. Only students that are participating in the carnival attend and are mainly Years 3-6 students with some older Year 2 children, who are capable of swimming 50 meters unaided, permitted to attend.
A two week swim school for non-swimmers in Years 1-3 is offered during the year.
Cross Country is held at school with K-2 students running inside the school grounds and all other students (including Year 2 students turning 8) following a course that begins within the school, follows footpaths nearby the school and then concludes back within the school grounds. Teachers and dedicated parent volunteers are at checkpoints throughout the course to ensure students safety and that they complete the correct course for their age group.
K-2 hold their carnival on school grounds while the 3-6 Athletics carnival is held offsite.
For school sposrts carnivals students are placed in one of four house groups.
Parents are always welcome at any of these events as both helpers and spectators.
From our school carnivals, students move on to Zone, then Area and State levels of competition.
Every student has the opportunity to take part in sporting activities.
In K-2 this may be gross motor activities, including gymnastics and dance.
All students participate in sports lessons across the school week on various days depending on individual class timetables.
Years 3-6 students not participating in PSSA take part in regular sports activities at school on Fridays.
3-6 students are given the opportunity to try out to be members of various sports teams, which play in competitive games every Friday. This is referred to as PSSA (Primary School Sport Association). Our school is also involved in State Knockout competitions in a variety of competitive sports.
Sports in Schools Australia provides an exceptional sports program for K-2 students and for 3-6 students that do not represent the school at PSSA sport. The school utilises this service where programs align with current syllabus requirements to provide lessons to students for part of the year.