From the Primary Sport Coordinator

“In life you are either a passenger or a pilot, it’s your choice.” - Anon

Years 4-6 Inter house Athletics Carnival

The Years 4-6 Inter-house Athletics Carnival will be run on Friday 15 June. Information has been sent to all Years 4- 6 parents. Remember that students who wish to use the canteen will need to bring cash.

Primary Cocurricular Sports on offer in Term 3 include:

  • Girls Club (WDNA) Netball;
  • Boys Years 4-6 Basketball (trials begin on Wednesday 13 June);
  • Boys Years 4-6 Tennis (trials will be run at the beginning of Term 3);
  • Boys AIC Cross Country Training (selected runners only); and
  • Primary Athletics (training will begin in Week 3 of Term 3).

Girls Club Netball

Please check game times on the Western District Netball Association website. Remember to select the correct age and division from the Grade drop-down menu.

Boys AIC Basketball

Trials begin on Wednesday 13 June.

  • Wednesday from 3:30 – 5:00pm at St Peters Outdoor Gym Courts.

Boys AIC Tennis

Trials will be run in Term 3.

  • Friday from 1:55 – 3:10pm (during Sport for Life) at Lohe Street Tennis Courts.

AIC Cross Country Training

Selected Years 5 and 6 runners only.

  • Monday from 3:30 – 4:15pm at Lower Primary Undercroft; and
  • Thursday from 3:30 – 4:15pm at Lower Primary Undercroft.

Primary Athletics

Training Times TBC. Training will begin Week 3 of Term 3.

Years 5 and 6 HPE

It is Athletics Season in Primary HPE. All classes will prepare students for the Inter-House Athletics Carnival on Friday 15 June.

HPE Dates Term 2

  • Athletics: Monday 21 May – Wednesday 20 June; and
  • Years 4-6 Inter House Athletics Carnival – Friday 15 June.

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Peter Dawson, Primary Sport Coordinator