Sport

Whether for fun, fitness or the thrill of competition, sport plays a vital role in our school’s aim of providing a balanced education. We aim to provide a high standard of coaching, competition and sporting facilities for all students, regardless of ability.

In addition to PDHPE lessons, right from Kindergarten students participate in age appropriate House Swimming, Athletics and Cross Country carnivals – a wonderful opportunity to show school spirit and for older students to gain selection to compete at the next level.

After school sport starts in Kindergarten and interclub competition starts in Year 3. A wide range of sporting choices means most can find a sport they enjoy playing or want to take to the next level. For elite athletes there is a pathway to advance and excel at state and national level.

Training is before and after school and we compete in both local competitions, and (ISA) carnivals and Saturday interschool sport fixtures, alongside a range of independent schools that share similar values and expectations.

International sport tours in the senior years extend the challenge and build cross cultural friendships through travel and billeting visiting sports teams.

Sport facilities

Extensive indoor and outdoor sport facilities include:

  • Indoor sports hall, with two full-size basketball/netball courts, gymnasium, PDHPE classrooms and an industrial kitchen for events.
  • Outdoor tennis and basketball/netball courts.
  • Full size, floodlit, all-weather multipurpose synthetic sports field hosting ISA hockey and softball games.
  • Two rugby fields, three football fields, twocricket pitches and cricket nets.
Junior Sport

All junior students participate in House sport carnivals and experience Health and PE lessons taught by specialist PE teachers.

In addition, to encourage team spirit and participation, K to 2 come together once a week for a rotation of sport games with their classroom teachers.

Year 3 to 6 enjoy Friday afternoon sport, on and off site, usually with professional external coaches, where they rotate between two sport codes per term including:

  • Basketball
  • Dance
  • Football
  • Gymnastics
  • Hockey
  • Ice-skating
  • Martial Arts
  • Multisport
  • Oztag
  • Resistance Work
  • Rock Climbing
  • Rugby
  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Touch Football
K to 2 after school sport program

Many juniors choose to take part in our after school sport program which develops key skills and enjoyment.

Students are taught on school grounds by external coaching services that have included Gosford Gymnastics and Motiv8.

Our after school sports are:

  • Basketball
  • Dance
  • Football
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Rugby
  • Tennis
CCGS Soccer Player
Years 3 to 6 progress to representative sport

From Year 3 we offer a range of representative teams in a variety of sporting codes including:

  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Equestrian
  • Football
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Rugby
  • Tennis
  • Snow Sports

Juniors compete in (HICES) athletics, cross country and swimming carnivals. They can progress to(CIS) competition, then state and national schools competition, including the National Primary Games.

Senior Sport

All senior students participate in House athletics, cross country and swimming carnivals, plus compulsory Sport lessons in Year7. Elective PDHPE courses are on offer from Year 9 to HSC.

Senior representative teams compete in (ISA) sport carnivals and competitions. They can gain selection to represent the ISA in competitions against students from other associations of both public and independent schools, at state and national level.

Senior Rugby Players

CCGS teams compete in the following ISA sports (B=boys, G=girls):

  • Athletics
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Hockey (G)
  • Netball (G)
  • Rugby Union (B)
  • Softball (G)
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Touch Football

CCGS teams also compete in NSW Interschools competitions:

  • Equestrian
  • Snowsports
  • Water Polo

And (CIS) competition:

  • Triathlon

Plus invitational and some local competitions in:

  • Cricket

Senior teams compete against international teams both on overseas sport tours (including USA, South Africa, NZ, Japan and the UKin recent years) and when CCGS hosts incoming tours from schools in our international network.