P/E HEALTH

Weekly Sport

 

Weekly Sport Training Schedule

 

Basketball

Basketball Nomination Form

Under 14 & Under 16

Monday 3:30 - 4:30pm

Vipers

Taipans

Thunder

Storm

Boomers

Cobras

Hotshots

Hurricanes

Lightning

Under   10  

Tuesday   3:30 - 4:30pm

Tigers

Giants

Lions

Suns

Jazz

Under   12

Wednesday 3:30 - 4:30pm

Jaguars

Hornets

Eagles

Thunder

Tornadoes

Netball

Netball Nomination Form

Training is held in the School Gymnasium from 3.30-4.30pm (Coach to advise night).  


Current teams are:

U7’s Kings Stars

(Coach: Susan Maddeford)

U9’s   Kings Sapphires

(Coach Kerry Roper)

U11’s   Kings Challengers

(Coach Amy Barnett)

U11’s   Kings Diamonds

(Coach Priscilla Smart)

U15’s   Kings Rubies
(Coach Michelle Baker)

 

 

 

Sporting Achievements

ATHLETICS

Our Year 3/7 students  won the SACSA Athletics Championshipsand The Challenge Shield.

Our Year 4/7 students  won the SAPSASA District Athletics.

King’s students won the Secondary Athletics Championships and The Challenge Shield

K and T Skein were selected for the Athletics SA South Australian All Schools Team, which competed in the National All Schools Championshipsin Melbournelast December.  They also represented King’s at the SA All Schools Games last October.

N Visciglio won a Bronze Metal in the 200m and 400m races (narrowly missing out on Silver by less than .05 sec) at the Seniors State Track and Field Competition.

BASEBALL

K Skein was selected for the Baseball SA U16 State Teamwhich competed in the National Youth Championships in Sydney in January.

BASKETBALL

Our Year 8/9 and 6/7 Boys won the SACSA Basketball Championships.

DANCE

In the SchoolAerobics Dance Star Competition, the following students excelled:
Future Legends
T Hissey – 2nd
Primary Lyrical Audition
H Dunt – 1st
Primary Up Tempo
A O’Donoghue – 1st
Primary Down Tempo
H Dunt – 1st

Primary Hip Hop Small
Mayhem – 2nd
Primary Hip Hop Large
Boundless – 1st
Primary Hip Hop Audition
J Penna – 2nd
Primary Theatrical
Next Level Up – 2nd
Secondary Junior Down Tempo
C Penna  2nd
Secondary Junior Jazz Audition
C Penna –1st
Secondary Junior Hip Hop AuditionC Penna – 1st

FOOTALL

J Filmer was selected as the Round 19 Nominee for the 2015 NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year.  He was interviewed during half time at the Crows vs Richmond game in August, which was shown on Channel 7.  Jared also attended the AFL Grand Final at the MCG.  He walked in the Grand Final Parade, played on the MCG on Grand Final Day and presented a premiership medal to a premiership player.

Our Year 8/9 Boys and Year 8/9 Girls won the SACSA 9-a-side Football Championships.

Our Year 8/9 Girls won the SSSSA Touch State Championships.

Our Year 6/7 and 4/5 Boys won the SACSA Touch State Championships.

NETBALL

Our Year 6/7 Girls won the SACSA Netball Championships.

SA SPORTS INSTITUTE PROGRAMS

SASI selected C Penna for the Rowing for Gold program and T Franklin, R Slater and K Jones for the Sprint Kayaking program.  They were selected from over 7000 potential candidates in the State. They had demonstrated the right combination of physical and fitness attributes, and demonstrated the potential to succeed at an elite level in their sport. They advised that this program was designed to prepare them for elite level competition, with the ultimate aim to see them work towards selection for Australian Junior and Senior World Championshipand Olympic events.

SOCCER

Our Open Boys and Year 4/5 Boys won the SACSA Soccer Championships.

SOFTBALL

H Lacovino was selected for the U/12 SAPSASA State Softball team.  She plays softball for the Road Runners Softball Club at Golden Grove and is the first Northern Suburbs player to make this team in a long time.

TABLE TENNIS

Our Year 4/5 Boys and Open Boys won the SACSA Table Tennis Championships

P/E Health

INTRODUCTION

The aim of the Sports Programme is to provide opportunities for students to develop their God-given sporting talents in a positive, supportive environment. This will promote immediate and long term benefits to students which will be observed in terms of better health and fitness, socialisation, improved feelings of self confidence and self worth and the satisfaction derived through a balance of skilled performance in individual and group activities.

 

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SPORT IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF KING'S AS

  • Sport plays an integral role in educating the whole child (social, spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical).
  • Sport offers opportunities to display and develop character.
  • Each student is a unique creation of God with unique abilities, which can be developed through sport.
  • Sport promotes the notion of school spirit and identity.

 

OTHER BENEFITS OF THE SCHOOL SPORTS PROGRAM

  • Encourages fellowship amongst students, across year levels and between staff, students, parents and others.
  • Provides contact with other schools and communities and enhancing the school image within the community.
  • Provides an opportunity for students, both players and non players to be visibly involved in school life.

 

AIMS OF SPORT AT KING’S BAPTIST GRAMMAR SCHOOL

The sports programme at King's aims to promote:

  • Demonstration and development of Christian character.
  • The ideals of fair play and honouring the spirit of the game.
  • Skill development and enjoyment.
  • An atmosphere of friendly cooperation and healthy competition.
  • Character traits both on and off the sporting arena. This ensures the athlete values the character traits above the desire to be involved in sporting opportunities.

 

SPORTS TEAMS WILL USUALLY BE SELECTED USING THE FOLLOWING PROCESS:

  • Coaches with appropriate knowledge and skills of the selected sport will be selected by the King’s PE staff.
  • Students will be alerted to the upcoming sport and invited to attend at least 1 of the 2 set trial dates.
  • At least 2 trials will be used before selecting a team. These trials will generally be offered on different days to maximize the opportunity for students to attend.
  • Students are expected to attend at least 1 of the trials to be selected as a part of the team. This ensures that students understand the importance of making and sticking to a commitment.
  • The coach/PE staff will select a final team and set at least 2 training sessions prior to competition.
  • The selected team members will be given notification of their involvement in the team and their requirement to attend all training sessions. On occasions students will need to miss training but need to have approval from the coach/ PE staff for non-attendance.

 

SPORTS TEAMS EXPECTATIONS:

As these teams are representing the school in the wider community, King’s sporting teams will be selected based on the judgment of the PE staff/coach, who will determine those students who will best demonstrate excellence of skills and behaviours that our school values are built on, which include:

Fairness, Integrity, Service, Humility, Excellence, Respect (FISHER).

The school sporting teams help to fulfill not only the “Physical” ends but also enable opportunity to develop the “Spiritual” ends as these characteristics are outwardly expressed with the training and competition that occurs through sporting opportunities.

Through being involved in King’s sporting teams the following  character traits will continually be promoted :

  • Team spirit – The star of the team is not the team. “We” supersedes “Me”.
  • Competitive greatness – Players who perform to the best of their ability each time they take to the field or court.
  • Respect   for sporting authorities, including the umpire and officials from both teams.
  • Self-control – controlling temper and language to avoid abusing others and themselves
  • Sportsmanship – by welcoming visiting teams, exchanging pre-match courtesies and by thanking them, shaking hands after the game. Being humble in victory and gracious in defeat.

The character traits displayed above take time to develop but should be the focus of all that is included in any practice session and on the playing arena. These characters will always last longer then the momentary “success” of winning

NOTE : This raises the issue that if a student doesn’t demonstrate these characteristics in school, how can they demonstrate these out of school. An “at risk” data-base could be created for students who are demonstrating work-related issues. Their ability to be involved in co-curricular activities may be compromised/suspended until they are removed from such a list.

 

RATIONALE FOR SPORTING OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED:

The sports offered to students are designed to ensure skill set variety and gender equality. Therefore each of the sporting opportunities support  the PE curriculum and keep the balance of sport among the wider school community. It was decided that SACSA sports would take the priority as these are organized for 1 day carnivals and are set before the year begins so that plenty of notice is given to both teachers and parents for planning purposes.

The SACSA carnivals provide for all skill-sets to be developed and give both genders equal opportunity to be involved. These are carefully arranged into terms so that they are spread throughout the year so that any one age group isn’t overloaded.

Swimming – Backs up the House competition and allows for those students who put in the hard work to develop the skills necessary outside of school an opportunity to display these talents.

SAPSASA/SSSSA is also entered as the only avenue for individuals to be selected in a STATE team.

Primary/Middle School

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

3-12

House

King’s

Term 1 Week 2

4-12

SACSA

SACSA

Term 1 Week 2

4-7

District

SAPSASA

Term 1 Week 5

4-7

Metro

SAPSASA

Term 1 Week 6

 

Senior

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

8-12

F grade - State

SSSSA

Term 1 Week 4

 

Athletics – Backs up the athletics program conducted in school and ensures a flow-on from the House competition. SAPSASA is also entered as the only avenue for individuals to be selected in the district and STATE team. Also allows for the year 10 students to serve the younger kids by being officials at these events. This has been a very positive demonstration of the community that we foster at King’s.

Primary/Middle/Senior

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

8-12

House

King’s

Term 1 Week 5

3-12

House

King’s

Term 1 Week 6

4-7

District

SAPSASA

Term 1 Week 9

8-12

A grade

SSSSA

Term 1 Week 10

3-7

SACSA

SACSA

Term 2 Week 1

4-7

Metro

SAPSASA

Term 2 Week 3

 

Basketball – This is offered as a weekly sport with many students from Reception. King’s has many teams in the local competition which has increased the enthusiasm for this sport. Students are involved in club level basketball and with the new gymnasium being built, the sport will increase in exposure through weekly training sessions, classroom PE lessons and lunchtime competitions. Staff outside the PE faculty are able staff are able to support basketball with their coaching expertise. Katherine Brown and Jamie Rock are spending time developing Aussie Hoops and will give the students opportunities to be involved in this program

 R-5(Junior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

4-5

SACSA

SACSA

Term 4 Week 3

 

6-9(Middle School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

8-9

SACSA

SACSA

Term 1 Week 7

6-7

SACSA

SACSA

Term 4 Week 3

 

Open(Senior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

10-12

SACSA

SACSA

Term 1 Week 7

 

Cross-country – This is a continuation of the house competition. This is a tough sporting event that does test the student’s ability to be mentally and physically strong. Those who are prepared to put the work in to this event reap the benefits in all other sporting areas. In today’s society the need is great to keep encouraging kids to become physically fit and this is a great way to encourage this.

Primary/Middle/Senior

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

3-12

House

King’s

Term 2 Week 2

3-12

SACSA

SACSA

Term 2 Week 5

 

Touch – One of the few games that both genders can compete in together. This game requires a complete team effort to be successful. This is a game that requires effective communication and team work for any level of success. No individual will do well at touch.

R-5(Junior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

4-5

SACSA

SACSA

Term 2 Week 8

 

6-9(Middle School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

8-9

Regional knockout

SSSSA

Term 2 Week 3

6-7

SACSA

SACSA

Term 2 Week 8

 

Open(Senior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

10-12

Regional knockout

SSSSA

Term 2 Week 2

 

9-A-SIDE – This competition that allows for both the girls and boys to showcase the game that is unique to Australia. The level of enthusiasm to play this modified version ensures smaller games with greater participation. This is an event that is played at King’s which also showcases our school and gives the opportunity for our school to serve the wider Christian schooling community.

R-5(Junior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

4-5

SACSA

SACSA

Term 3 Week 3

 

6-9(Middle School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

6-9

SACSA

SACSA

Term 3 Week 3

 

Open- Regulation football (Boys –only)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

10-12

Regional knockout

SSSSA

Term 2/Term 3

 

Soccer – This is an extremely popular sport within the school and is one of the prime main stream sports within Australia. Many of our students are playing at club level so to give them an opportunity to participate at school level helps us to build upon the skills that they are developing outside of school. Having experienced coaches throughout the school helps to drive this sport with both genders throughout the junior, middle and senior school.

R-5(Junior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

4-5

SACSA

SACSA

Term 3 Week 9

 

6-9(Middle School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

6-9

SACSA

SACSA

Term 3 Week 9

 

Open (Senior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

10-12

SACSA

SACSA

Term 1 Week 9

10-12

Regional knockout

SSSSA

Term 2 Week 2

 

Netball – This is a sport that has been traditionally embraced by the girls in the school but the recent SACSA carnival demonstrated that the boys are excited about the opportunity to be involved. Some of these students are basketball players and use their knowledge of the game to transist the skills from one sport to the other. The numbers of boys wanting to be involved outnumbered the girls being involved. Therefore having both genders given the opportunity for involvement has merit.

All of the sports mentioned are played and assessed at a senior school level so to be exposing the students in the younger years helps to increase the success in the Senior school.

 

R-5(Junior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

4-5

SACSA

SACSA

Term 3 Week 6

 

6-9(Middle School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

6-9

SACSA

SACSA

Term 3 Week 6

 

Open (Senior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

10-12

Regional knockout

SSSSA

Term 2

 

Table tennis – This is a new sport that does give many students, who are not linked to a mainstream sport, the opportunity to be involved in the King’s sporting program. This will be a new curriculum development which would link well with the students given opportunity to display their new found skills in a wider sporting arena.

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

4-12

SACSA

SACSA

Term 2 Week 10

 

Cricket – Being a traditional Australian sport gives weight to the reason that this has been included in the sporting calendar. Many students are already playing cricket for school teams and at club level.

Open

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

10-12

Regional Knockout

SSSSA

Term 1 + Term 4

 

Volleyball – This is a new sport added to the PE curriculum with overwhelming success. The students are loving the opportunity to play this sport and will often flock to the oval at recess and lunch to play when the nets are set up. As the gymnasium is operational this sport will become bigger and giving our students the opportunity to be involved will help build this sport that will be an assessable sport in the year 12 course in future years.

R-5 (Junior School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

4-5

SACSA

SACSA

Term 4 Week 6

 

6-9 (Middle School)

Year Level

Competition

Organisation

Time of year

6-7

SACSA

SACSA

Term 4

8-9

SACSA

SACSA

Term 4

 

WEATHER AND CANCELATIONS OF SPORT

Practice sessions and matches or events may be cancelled due to wet weather, excessive heat, prolonged hot weather, or other extreme weather conditions. Wherever possible, prior warning should be provided!

There is no blanket rule to cover all sports in all situations. Coaches are asked to monitor the situation during periods of hot weather or other extreme weather conditions.

 

EXPECTATIONS OF COACHES

Most of the coaches are part of the existing King’s faculty. The wider school community involve themselves with the sports that they are qualified and skilled to coach. At times the coaches are drawn from the senior school student body or King’s volunteers. These provide marvellous opportunities for the building of community.

  • All coaches 18 years and over are required to have a current Police Check.
  • All outside coaches will be required to complete the level 1 volunteer training prior to being considered for a coaching position.

Sport

King's House System

In 1987 a house system was established with names being chosen from among the school’s founding visionaries -
two being lay men and two being pastors. Each new student to King's is placed in one of the following houses:

Baldock

Lyle Baldock was a member of the original steering committee which brought the school into existence.  A tireless worker for the school, Lyle featured in championing the school’s cause against the leviathans which threatened its birth.  As a member of the initial Board and later Council (and Secretary of both), Lyle has served the school with distinction.

Brimblecombe

Twin brothers, Trevor and Ron Brimblecombe, have served the school since before its foundation. Trevor was the school’s treasurer for several years and did much to ensure its early financial viability.  He then continued to serve on Council as a member of the Finance & Management Committee.  He has been a valued Governor. Ron Brimblecombe has served for a similar period, often as Deputy Chairman and a valued member of Executive.

Warren

Rev. Don Warren joined the school in 1984 as Chairman of the Board.  For a period of twelve years he held that office and has been a valued visionary.  Through his leadership he has been identified as a man of real faith who piloted the school towards stability.  Don has been Chairman of Executive and Chairman of the Staff Selection Panel in the same period.

White

Rev. David White was Senior Pastor at the Tea Tree Gully Baptist Church during the period when the idea of the school was conceived.  He had been Pastor of a Sydney (Ryde) Baptist Church which had established its own school and therefore brought valued experience with him.  He was the first Chairman of the Board, an office which he kept until his resignation from the pastorate because of ill-health in 1984.  David’s wife, Dorothy, was appointed to staff in 1984 continuing through until 1986.  Together they were an important part of the original visionary team.  As such they were true founders.

 

 

2017 SPORTS CALENDAR

 

TERM Event Age Groups Week Carnival Date Venue
TERM 1 SACSA Secondary Basketball Carnival Year 10-12 Boys

5

Tuesday 28 February Morphett Vale Stadium
Year 8-9 Girls Wednesday 1 March
Year 10-12 Girls Thursday 2 March
Year 8-9 Boys Friday 3 March
SAPSASA District Swimming Year 3 – 7 5 Friday 3 March Salisbury Swimming Centre
House Games Year 8-12 7 Friday 17 March King’s Baptist Grammar School
SAPSASA Metro Swimming Year 3 – 7 7 Thursday 16 March SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre, Marion
Sports Day Year 3-7 8 Friday 24 March King’s Baptist Grammar School
SACSA Secondary Athletics Year 8  – 12 9 Thursday 30 March Santos Stadium
JP Sports Day R - 2 9 Friday 31 March King’s Baptist Grammar School
King’s Cross Country Year 3 – 12 10 Thursday 6 April King’s Baptist Grammar School
SAPSASA District Athletics Year 3 - 7 11 Wednesday 12 April Salisbury East District Athletics Club
           
TERM 2 SACSA Primary Athletics Year 3 – 7 1 Friday 5 May Santos Stadium
National Christian School Games 15 & Under / Open 3 14 May – 19 May Narabeen, Sydney
SAPSASA District Cross Country Yr 3 - 7 3 Friday 19 May Carisbrook Reserve, Salisbury Park
SACSA Cross Country Yr 3 – 12 4 Friday 26 May Carisbrook Reserve, Salisbury Park
SAPSASA State Cross Country Yr 3 - 7 5 Thursday 1 June Oakbank Racecourse
SACSA Touch Football Carnival Year 4 - 5

5

6

Friday 2 June Tyndale
Year 6-7 Monday 5 June Cnr Greenhill & Beaumont Road, Adelaide
Year 8 -9 Tuesday 6 June
Year 10-12 Friday 9 June
SACSA Secondary Netball Year 8 -9 7 Thursday 15 June

Golden Grove Courts

Atlantis Drive, Golden Grove

Year 10-12 Friday 16 June


TERM 3 SACSA Table Tennis Year 4 - 7 4 Monday 14 August Tyndale Christian School
Year 8 - 12 Tuesday 15 August
         
SACSA AFL Football Carnival Year 4 - 5

5

Monday 21 August King’s Baptist Grammar School
Year 6 - 7 Tuesday 22 August
Year 8 - 9 Wednesday 23 August Barratt Reserve, West Beach
Year 10 -12 Thursday 24 August
SACSA Soccer Carnival Year 10 - 12   Tuesday 18 September

Barratt Reserve, West Beach

Year 8 - 9 9 Monday 19 September
Year 4 - 5   Tuesday 20 September
Year 6 - 7   Wednesday 21 September
SAPSASA Metro Athletics Year 3 - 7 10 Tuesday 26 September SANTOS Stadium
 
TERM 4 SACSA Volleyball Carnival Year 6 - 7 1 Wednesday 18 October King’s Baptist Grammar School
Year 8 -9 Thursday 19 October ARC Campbelltown
Year 10 Friday 20 October
SACSA Primary Netball Carnival Year 4 - 7 3 Wednesday 1 November Golden Grove Courts
SACSA Primary Basketball Carnival Year 6-7 Boys   Monday 13 November Morphett Vale Stadium
Year 4-5 Boys & Girls 5 Tuesday 14 November
Year 6-7 Girls   Wednesday 15 November

King's Baptist Grammar School | 3 Keithcot Farm Drive, Wynn Vale SA 5127 | P.O. Box 64 Modbury North SA 5092 | Ph. (08) 8289 0222 F. (08) 8289 1622

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