Senior School Sport Focus

Senior School Sport Focus2023-02-10T12:16:13+10:00
In Senior School, a balanced sport offering that delivers both competitive and recreational options for students is provided.

Students who wish to participate in competitive sports will be able to trial for a variety of sports teams each term and if selected will attend compulsory weekly training sessions and compete at Bayside District gala days, Christian Schools Sport Association events, and a variety of tournaments hosted by sporting organisations. Students can also elect to participate in recreational sports and will do so during timetabled ACCESS time on a Wednesday afternoon. Students can select from a range of different sports options and academy-style programs. The expectation with recreational sports is that a student commits to their sporting selection for the duration of a Semester.
All Senior School students are expected to participate in House Carnivals for swimming, cross country and athletics. High-achieving students at these carnivals will progress to Bayside, Metropolitan East and Queensland carnivals as part of the school sports pathways and compete at Christian School Sport Association carnivals.

Competitive Sport (Year 10 - 12):

Year 10, 11 and 12 students can trial for selection in competitive sports teams each term. Selection for a sports team will see students participate in Bayside District gala days, Christian Schools Sport Association events, and a variety of sporting organisation tournaments. In 2023, there will be an increased focus on sourcing additional competitive match play opportunities for Senior School students through diverse avenues; this is an exciting addition to the program. To prepare for these competitive opportunities, training will be compulsory.
Competitive sports options available to students include:
Term 1: Cross Country, Futsal, Mountain Biking, Netball, Sports Aerobics, Swimming, Tennis, Touch Football, Volleyball / Beach Volleyball
Term 2: Athletics, Basketball, Football / Soccer, Mountain Biking, Netball, Tennis, Volleyball
Term 3: AFL, Basketball, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Touch Football, Volleyball
Term 4: Basketball, Futsal, Tennis, Volleyball

Queensland School Sport Pathways (Year 10 - 12)

As a member of the Bayside District Sport Association, students in Year 10 to 12 at Redlands College who demonstrate exceptional ability in a particular sport are welcome to trial for selection in a Bayside District team for that sport. The Bayside District team is the first step in the Queensland School Sport representative pathway and leads to further opportunities to be selected for Metropolitan East and Queensland representative teams. There are numerous representative sports available, and their respective trial details can be found on the Learning @ Redlands platform.

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