Sport plays a significant part in our life at St Andrew’s.
The College has an established sporting program which is steadily growing in tradition. We firmly believe in the benefits of both individual and team sports, and all students are encouraged to participate whatever their ability. Learning to work and play as a team teaches trust, increases resilience and builds confidence and self-esteem; all valuable qualities which can be transferred to everyday life.
Sports undertaken at the College include:
- Australian Rules Football
- Cross Country
- Football (Soccer)
- Running Club
- Rugby (Union and League)
- Touch Football
Although success in competitive sport is important, our fundamental objective at the College is to foster interest and enjoyment in physical activity and maintaining a healthy lifestyle in a fun, fulfilling environment.
Trinity Coast North District 10-19 Years
St Andrew’s students aged 10-19 years are members of the Trinity Coast North District (TCN). This level of competition holds annual Cross Country and Athletics Carnivals and is responsible for selecting a District Team in all sporting areas offered at 15 years and 19years both male and female to compete at the Peninsula Trials.
If you wish to take part in the TCN trials for any sport, contact must be made with Miss Jo Kerr, St Andrew’s Sports Coordinator a minimum of one week prior to the trial date.
All St Andrew’s students are members of the Peninsula Region. This level of competition is responsible for conducting Peninsula Trials where all districts are brought together to select a Peninsula Team to compete at the Queensland State Championships in a wide range of sports offered at 12 years and under, 15 years and under and 19 years and under.
For calendars of events, coaches or to contact a regional director of sport please visit the Peninsula School