Sport and Physical Education

Fostering physical well-being

With fitness paramount for a healthy lifestyle into the future, sport is an important part of our curriculum and co-curricular activities. Download our Sports at CGS Brochure here. 

Our primary focus is on participation, with all students required to take part.
Sport can:
  • teach students valuable lessons about life
  • develop important relationships between students and staff
  • provide role modelling in less formal environments outside the classroom.
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From Year 7, students must choose two sports that align with their interests and talents from an extensive list. This allows your son to find an activity that will help him form a life-long habit in enjoying exercise.

Sports range from basketball, kayaking, cricket and Australian Rules Football, to soccer, athletics, tennis and water polo.

Junior School students enjoy occasional sports afternoons during school hours. From Middle School onwards, sports teams typically train twice a week after school and mostly compete on Saturday mornings. Transport is provided to external training venues and other school campuses.School camps, the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme for outdoor education, and rock-climbing and orienteering also help your son to learn outside the classroom.

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