St George’s Anglican Grammar School students participate in a range of physical education and co-curricular sport activities, both in and out of school. Our students have access to some exceptional state-of-the-art facilities.
Sporting facilities used by our students on campus include the Ground Floor Fitness Centre and Rooftop Recreation Area.
Neighbouring city facilities include Bold Park Aquatic Centre, Beatty Park Leisure Centre, Elizabeth Quay, Jan de Jong Martial Arts Centre, Royal Kings Park Tennis Club, Langley Park, Leisurelife Recreation Centre, Lords Recreation Centre, McGillivray Reserve (UWA Sports Park), Rockface, Supreme Court Gardens, the Swan River, Terrace Squash Centre and The WA Rowing Club.
Students from Years 7 to 10 participate in Physical Education as part of the curriculum with one double period per week and can also elect to do a sport based co-curricular activity.
Students in Years 11 and 12 can elect to study Physical Education as an ATAR subject.
Students have been provided the opportunity to participate in a range of physical education activities including Archery, Aussie Rules Football, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boot camp, Cricket, Cross Country, European Handball, Fitness sessions, Gaelic Football, Futsal, Indoor Rock Climbing, Netball, Rowing, Rugby League, Self Defence, Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Yoga and Zumba.
Sports activities are seasonal and change throughout the year. An up-to-date list of co-curricular sporting activities on offer can be found in the co-curricular handbook.
The School is a member of the ACC (Associated and Catholic Colleges of WA) and is in the NWAS (North Western Associated Schools) division.
Outdoor Education develops students’ abilities to:
- develop proficient self-management skills for their own benefit and for the benefit of the communities in which they live and work;
- identify and develop their own attitudes and values associated with leading a healthy lifestyle;
- take action to avoid injury or reduce threats to their health and well-being; and
- gain confidence increase self-esteem, grow leadership and team-work skills.
Students in Year 9 can choose to study Outdoor Education as an elective. In Semester 1, students will have the opportunity to participate in Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Team Building Games, Orienteering and Sustainability Studies.
Students in Year 10 can choose to study Outdoor Education as an elective. In Semester 1, students will have the opportunity to participate in Indoor Rock-Climbing and Roping Techniques, Mountain Biking, Trangia Cooking, Environmental studies, teamwork and leadership activities.