Physical Education and Sport

The Physical Education Program at Springside West Secondary College encompasses a number of sports and activities that promote inclusivity, team work and skill development. Students from year 7 to 10 are provided with the opportunity to partake in a variety of sports and recreational activities throughout the course of the year. Furthermore, the Physical Education program aims to develop students’ sense of community through team work, challenge through leadership and growth through interpersonal skills. At senior years, students will have the opportunity to participate in the subjects of their choice. Where possible, the sports in Physical Education classes complement the upcoming inter-school sports for the relevant year level. The Physical Education curriculum will continue to develop alongside the facilities here at Springside West Secondary College

The  sports program allows for all students to participate in Inter-School Sport in a fun and rewarding way whilst promoting friendship, team work, leadership, communication and comradery. The college participates in the School Sport Victoria individual and team competitions. Springside West has been placed into the Keilor Division within the Western Metropolitan Region. Students and teams who are successful can progress through from the local competition all the way into the state championships.

Students enrolled at Springside West have the opportunity to sign up for the following sports. Students are reminded to add their name onto the google form at various times throughout year so they can let their teachers know they are wanting to sign up to their chosen sport. Google Form

Summer Sports Winter Sports Individual
Cricket AFL Swimming
Lawn Bowls Soccer Athletics
Tennis Netball Cross Country
Softball / Baseball Badminton
Table Tennis
Volleyball
Rugby League
Rugby
Basketball
Futsal

Click on this link to view the results from past events throughout current year. Parents or students can also access the whole fixture for events upcoming.

Students are expected to sign up and train to effectively prepare themselves for the upcoming competitions. There are many opportunities for students to be involved and to represent the college, however, it is up to the student to ensure they give themselves the best chance at participating in sport.

If students or parents have any queries, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with any member of the HPE / Sports teaching staff.

Brandon Isaac
Head of Health and Physical Education
isaac.brandon.b@edumail.vic.gov.au

Michael Bretag
Inter-school Sports Coordinator
bretag.michael.m@edumail.vic.gov.au