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The Hub School values the role sport can play in a child’s life through keeping fit, trying new skills, being part of a team, competing in a positive environment and making new friends.
We are very proud of the opportunities we provide our students to participate in sports teams and coaching clinics throughout the year. All sports operate within the National Junior Sports Policy which provides a framework and guidelines for the delivery of all junior sports.
To support our Physical Education program we organise a variety of coaching clinics in sports.
Swimming and aquatics are also part of the Physical Education programme. Reception – Year 5 students participate in a 1 week programme at Noarlunga Centre each year whilst the Year 6 and 7’s participate in aquatics.
Our School Sports Day and the subsequent lead up to the District Athletics Day is always exciting with teachers training students for the District Day in Sprints, Long distance, Long Jump, High Jump, Discus, Shot put and relay races.
Aberfoyle Hub R-7 School is affiliated with SAPSASA and our school is part of the Southern Valley district. SAPSASA is currently offered to all students in Year 6/7, with some sports also open to Year 4/5.
This year, Aberfoyle Hub R-7 School entered teams in the following SAPSASA competitions:
- Knockout Netball (Girls)
- Knockout Soccer (Boys)
- Basketball Championships (Boys/Girls)
- District Cross Country
- District Athletics Day
- Beach Volleyball Competition
If you require any information regarding SAPSASA Sport at our school, please contact Brad Walters (Health/PE Teacher).
This school is part of the South Australian
Department for Education and Child Development
trading as South Australian Government Schools.
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