Convener Mrs Joanne Macdermid
Coaches Mrs Joanne Macdermid Level 2
Corbett Level 3
Ms Kate Carneiro Level 1
Mr Nathan Parnham Level 2 Strength and Conditioning
Peter Knapman - Physiotherapist
Mr Robert Brown Sport Psychology
The aim of the Talented Netball Program is to provide an
opportunity for talented students to train, compete and gain knowledge and
experience in the game of netball. It is
designed to produce the highest quality of team and individual performances.
Year 7/8 Sport
Enrichment is an introduction to the program where basic
skills will be enhanced and the techniques to perform these skills will be
Applied Sport Studies is an elective subject chosen for study over
two years as a component for the School Certificate. Students will look to
begin the development of more advanced skills and specific court strategies
will begin to be implemented. This course also involves theoretical aspects of
netball including coaching, umpiring, media skills and aspects of elite
performance including the plotting of player pathways.
Applied Sport Studies focuses on enhancing the court strategies
initiated in Year 9/10 and further developing more whole court team strategies.
All squads will be given all the consideration of talented sports
persons and will concentrate on fitness, skill development and teamwork. Year
7/8 Sport Enrichment and Year 9/10 Applied Sport will operate two double
periods per week. Year 11/12 Applied Sport Studies will operate on one afternoon
per week and members will also be required to attend at least
one strength and conditioning session per week.
SSW Netball Championships
NSWCHSSA Teachers Credit Union Knockout
/ Gold Coast Classic / Waverley International Schools Challenge
Sports High Challenge
SCEGGS Redlands Invitational Carnival.
The Netball Program offers the opportunity for students to travel
overseas every second year. In the past students have travelled to Bali, New Zealand, Malaysia and Hawaii
Tour to World Championships, Auckland N.Z.