Sport

Sport @ Pacific Hills

The Hills Zone Sports Association provides weekly sporting competitions for students, from Years 5-12, with other local schools in the district. A variety of sports are offered throughout the year on weekday afternoon.

The Christian Schools Sports Association is the selected pathway for higher representative honours within the Combined Independent Schools system. Sporting championships and gala days are offered to students throughout the year, where individuals and teams can participate and compete with other schools from across the state. Major carnivals are conducted for swimming, cross country and athletics at Zone, State and National levels through the Christian Schools Australia network.


Junior School Sport

School Sport Lessons

These are the P.E and Sport lessons that students take part in weekly as part of their normal school activities. Year 3 and Year 4 take part in a rotation prgram where they are able to take part in different sports. Kindergarten and Year 1 participate in a Gross Motor program designed to help students develop the generic skills to take part in a variety of sports.

Representative Sport

Junior School students are able to represent Pacific Hills at competitions against other schools. there is opportunity for students to compete in teams and as individuals. The main teams that are available for the students in Junior School to compete in are:

  • Representative Swimming
  • Representative Cross Country
  • Representative Athletics
  • Soccer
  • Netball
  • Futsal
  • Skiing
  • Equestrian

We have also run other representative teams in previous years in sports such as Rugby Leeague and Cricket but this is dependant on the students interest, ability and the availability of competitions to compete in.

Individuals are able to represent Junior School in a variety of sports such as Gymnastics and Tennis. Students can compete in both CSSA and CIS events.


Middle School Sport

PE and Sport Lessons

These are the P.E and Sport lessons that students take part in weekly as part of their normal school activities. Years 5 and 6 spend Wednesday and Thursday afternoons respectively taking part in a variety of sports. Each student in Years 5 and 6 will take part in the Royal Life Saving Swim and Survive program.

Years 7 and 8 students have P.E. lessons incorporated into their timetable and enjoy training and instruction on a variety of sporting activities including Basketball, Oz Tag, Softball, Football, Netball, Athletics and Cross Country.

Representative Sport

Middle School students are able to represent Pacific Hills at competitions against other schools. There is opportunity for students to compete in teams and as individuals. The main teams that are available for the students in Middle School to compete in are:

  • Representative Swimming
  • Representative Cross Country
  • Representative Athletics
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Triathlon
  • Skiing
  • Futsal
  • Softball
  • Netball
  • Rugby League
  • Touch Football
  • Equestrian
  • AFL

Individuals are able to represent Middle School in a variety of sports such as Gymnastics and Tennis. Students can compete in both CSSA and CIS events.


Senior School Sport

Senior School offers opportunities for students to participate in more many sports, at many levels of competition. As well as annual Cross Country, Swimming and Athletics carnivals, organised sports include Soccer, Netball, Tennis, Rugby League, Rugby Sevens, AFL, Basketball, Softball, Golf, Volleyball, Hockey, Cricket, Futsal, Indoor Cricket, Touch Football, Gymnastics, Triathlon, Skiing and Equestrian.

At Pacific Hills Christian School our goal is to provide every gifted student with an opportunity to develop and use their God given talents and abilities.

Our representative athletes are thus considered to be part of the school's gifted and talented program. Our students use the Christian Schools Sports Association as their Pathway to higher representative competition through the Combined Independent Schools Association.


Code of Conduct - Students

When in attendance at a carnival or interschool sporting competition, all students, whether competing or as spectators should behave in a way that represents Jesus Christ in all their actions. This includes:

  • Competing according to the rules.
  • Refraining from the use of bad language.
  • Refraining from arguing with, or insolence towards, a teacher or event official and, therefore, abiding by all decisions made. It is permissible for a student to seek clarification on a ruling, if appropriate, in a respectful manner.
  • Wearing the correct school/zone uniform when competing.
  • Displaying good sporting attitudes towards their own team members and the opposition.
  • Shake hands with opposing teams at the end of a match.

Code of Conduct - Parents & Spectators

  • Should be advised of all regulations regarding their behaviour by their child's teacher.
  • Must not question the decision of any official. All queries must be channelled through the teacher in charge of students.
  • Must not verbally abuse any competitors or officials.
  • When barracking, should remain in the spectator area and not encroach into an area deemed to be out of bounds to spectators. Barracking should be positive and enthusiastic and never directed negatively at the opposition.
  • Must understand that the referee/carnival organiser has the authority to challenge a spectator who does not comply with the above statements.

Code of Conduct - Teachers

  • Show the correct role model -that is, Christ-like in behaviour in all their actions.
  • Provide suitable supervision for their students.
  • Regulate and correct the behaviour of both team members and spectators. Behaviour not acceptable at school should not be permitted when students are representing the school.
  • Advise the teachers of other schools and, if appropriate, discipline students from other schools, if their behaviour is not up to the standards set.