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Programs: Sport

Miss Rhianne Obst, Sports Coordinator

Nagle’s Sport program gives students the opportunity to compete in the Inter-House Swimming, Triathlon, Athletics and Cross Country Carnivals. Students also able to participate in School Sport Victoria (SSV) competitions, beginning at the East Gippsland level and, if successful, progressing through to Gippsland, South Eastern Conference and Victorian State levels. 

Students are also able to participate in sports outside of SSV. Surfing, Indoor Soccer, Cycling, Equestrian, Shooting, Touch Football and Surf Life Saving are some of the sports we offer.

Students interested in representing Nagle College in local community-based sporting competitions, such as cricket, netball, basketball, hockey, indoor soccer and volleyball, are supported and encouraged.

Sport in Junior School

The Junior Level sports program provides students with the skills, fitness and knowledge needed to safely participate in game situations. Swimming, athletics and cross-country running are compulsory units each year. Additionally, students participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor sports, individual and team based sports, and recreational and competitive sports

Sport in Senior School

Senior School sport is gives students the opportunity to:

  • Improve their skills in a wide range of team and individual physical activities.
  • Develop an understanding and appreciation of strategies and rules in sports.
  • Improve their fitness and well-being to enjoy a healthy life style.
  • Allow for social interaction amongst students through participation.
  • Develop good sportsmanship and display acceptable attitudes through competition.
  • Increase their awareness of sporting opportunities available in the community.

All year 10 and 11 students are timetabled for one lesson of sport each week. Year 12s have the option of including Sport in their timetable. Attendance and participation is compulsory. The semester-length units allow students to select sports or activities in which they are interested. All Semester 1 units include a compulsory block of athletics and cross-country training in the lead-up to the Inter-House Carnivals.

Our excellent facilities, vast campus grounds and equipment support students in Sport. Our campus is equipped with a sports hall with two basketball courts, a weight training gym, physical education classrooms, two ovals catering for cricket, football, hockey and soccer, cricket nets and change rooms.

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