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Inspiring healthy, confident and loving followers of Jesus
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) contributes greatly to the overall wellbeing of students. It impacts on cognitive, social, emotional, physical and spiritual growth. Developing the whole person involves the full range of skills acquired and refined through movement in a variety of contexts.
Our Sport program is concerned with the growth of the whole person. It provides biblically focused, engaging and rigorous practical experiences for students to practise maintaining a healthy and active life; hone individual skills; as well as develop godly, servant-hearted attitudes towards others.
Our goal is to provide all students with a safe, supportive and enjoyable environment that promotes faithful and joyous participation in physical activity and competition.
Kuyper has a wide range of on-site facilities to support the delivery of our sport programs, including,
Carnivals at Kuyper are whole-school, community events involving all students from Kindergarten to Year 12, as well as staff and parents. They promote the enjoyment of participation, the excitement of team spirit and the challenge of competition. Students performing well in individual events have the opportunity to represent the School at Zone, State and National levels.
There are three annual carnivals: Swimming, Athletics and Cross-Country.
Primary sport focuses on the development of fundamental skills in movement, team work and confidence. Our programs aim to give students experience in a broad scope of both team and individual sports. The weekly Primary program includes tennis, AFL, gymnastics, aquatics, dance, rock-climbing and a wide range of court and field sports with specialist teachers and coaches. It is part of the school curriculum at no additional cost.
The Primary sport program provides students from Year 3 onward with the opportunity to represent the School in both team and individual sports at Zone, State and National levels.
Secondary sport programs aim to challenge and extend students skills, confidence and team work, as well as providing students with experience in a diverse range of both team and individual sports. Our extensive Physical Education and Sport programs include athletics, cross-country, gymnastics, dance, aquatics, rock-climbing, and a wide range of court and field sports with specialist teachers and coaches.
Secondary students have the opportunity to represent the School in both team and individual sports at Zone, State and National levels.
Physical Activity and Sports Studies (PASS), and the Duke of Edinburgh provide increased opportunities for students from Year 9 onward to experience outdoor activities beyond the regular sport program. These programs cover a variety of outdoor recreation activities including tennis, high ropes, water sports and horse riding.
Secondary camps in Years 7-10 contribute to the sport and outdoor recreation program, and are part of the school curriculum at no additional cost.
As a member of CSSA, Kuyper regularly participates in regional competitions and gala days for both team and individual sports including basketball, netball, soccer, cricket, biathlon and triathlon. Many of these opportunities are available for students from Year 3 onwards.
Knowledge, understanding and skills is further extended by providing opportunities for students to adopt roles that promote the enjoyment of physical activity and sport by others, and the wider community. Regular programs in which we are involved include Guide Dogs Positive Paws and Rotary Dream Cricket.