1. Do we offer the same curriculum as other colleges in NSW?
Yes. Our college is a fully registered and accredited non-government college in NSW. We are required to teach our students the same syllabuses as every other registered college in NSW. The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA), previously BOSTES, is responsible for developing the syllabuses to be taught in NSW from Kindergarten through to Year 12. All our teachers are fully accredited with NESA.
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2. What do students do during their sport time if they are injured?
For short and longer term injuries, students are instructed to seek professional advice from a doctor or physio and come to training with a specialised program. Our athletic development coaches will supervise their rehabilitation programs.
3. How is strength and conditioning included as part of the college sport program?
For our Junior College students Yrs K-8, our strength & conditioning program is based around physical literacy which is overseen by our Head of Athletic Development. This involves activities which focus on speed, agility, flexibility and balance and does not involve a weights program.
For Senior College students in stage 5 (Yr 9/10) & stage 6 (Yr 11/12), our strength & conditioning program is based around building a body that is sport specific. Our college gym, aka “The Shed” is the hub for a sport specific gym program and it is overseen by our Head of Athletic Development.