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The West Wallsend High School sports program caters to students who wish to compete at a highly competitive level all the way to those who wish to participate at a recreational level. The PDHPE faculty and school ensure that all students receive the necessary support to reach their own personal goals.
Our vast open spaces and excellent sporting facilities provide students with onsite opportunities to pursue their sporting interests. The basketball courts, cricket nets and oval, are available for students’ recreational use at recess and lunch. Facilities include:
Knockout sport involves our students competing against other schools either at our home ground or theirs. If the school wins, we continue to the next game; if we lose, we are out of the competition, hence the term ‘knockout sport’. Sports such as rugby league, touch football, netball and football are included in this competition.
Click below for instructions on nominating and trialling for Hunter sporting teams.
How to register for Hunter regional trials
Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of school-based sports and non-school based sports such as ten pin bowling and trampolining.
How to select a school sport using School Bytes
The PDHPE department also organises three carnivals every year - Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics. If the students perform well, they can represent the school at the Zone, Regional and even the State level. This is another great opportunity for those students who wish to pursue their strengths or passions and compete against other schools.
Whichever choice our students make regarding their sport, the emphasis is always on participation and doing one’s best. Physical activity is an important component of a student’s life and West Wallsend High School offers all students the opportunity to participate in the activity they enjoy the most.
20 Appletree Road
West Wallsend NSW 2286
telephone 02 4953 2111
At West Wallsend High School, we learn on the land of the Pambalong of the Awabakal nation. We acknowledge and respect the stories, histories, traditions and language of this Country. We would like to pay our respects to Country and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past, present and emerging.
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