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  • Cnr Regent and McCulloch Streets Riverstone NSW 2765

    PO Box 6335
    Rouse Hill Town Centre
    NSW 2155

Sport

Our expansive campus enables our students to maintain a regular routine of physical activity. For students of all ages, our Physical Education program develops strength, coordination, fitness, teamwork, and a love of movement. Our Sport program gives students from Year 3 to 12 the opportunity to participate in a range of sports simply for the purpose of enjoyment. Our representative sporting program gives students the opportunity to experience the thrill of inter-school competition in sports such as athletics, cross country running, swimming, football (soccer), softball, netball, basketball, volleyball, and touch football. Talented sportspersons may be selected to compete at higher levels in the sport of their choice. The College is part of the Christian Schools Sports Association (CSSA) and the Combined Independent Schools (CIS). These organisations give students a pathway to both Zone, State and National representation.

Physical Education and Sport

Our Physical Education program develops strength, coordination, fitness, and a love of movement, and our representative sporting program gives students the opportunity to compete in a wide variety of sports.

All Primary students participate in a range of activities to help them develop strength, coordination, fitness and a love of physical activity. Each Primary class has one Physical Education lesson each week where they focus on the physical skills that comprise the many sports they may encounter in their lives. Each class also has one Sport lesson each week where they participate in a range of sports throughout the year.

Competitive Sport

Students also have the opportunity to participate in a range of inter-school gala days each year in a variety of sports, including netball, soccer, and softball.

Carnivals

Students participate in College swimming, cross country, and athletics carnivals throughout the year. For students eight years and older these carnivals may lead to selection in the College team that proceeds to representative level.

Outdoor Education

The College’s Outdoor Education Program introduces students to a variety of engaging and challenging practical activities providing opportunities for personal growth, character development, and leadership through various outdoor activities and camps. Stage 1 students undertake a Swim School program, Stage 2 students attend outdoor activities camps, and Stage 3 students take cultural trips to Canberra and the goldfields.

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