Junior School Athletics
Junior School athletics help introduce children to a variety of sports. The focus of the athletics program at this age is participation, fair play and healthy living.
Junior School athletics focus on participation, fair play and healthy living. Students are taught that there’s more to sports than winning. This helps all students develop skills in and passions for physical activities. We introduce a variety of sports to help create positive experiences and prepare students to play sports at the Middle School. Our Athletics program is led and taught by athletes who have competed at high levels, including at the Commonwealth Games.
Physical Education Course (K-5)
We focus on developing our students' enthusiasm, skills, and commitment. We downplay the competitive aspect of sport in these early years to instil in our students a lifelong passion for physical activity before they move on to more competitive opportunities.
Starting in Grade 3, students can join extracurricular sports teams and clubs, including:
- Cross Country
- Track and field
We offer a Sports Club for Grade 4 and 5 students. The club mirrors their physical education course to allow students to practise the skills they have learned in class.
Most Saturdays throughout the school year, we host free sports activities for Junior School students. These fun sessions allow students to continue to stay active and further develop their skills in soccer, squash, basketball and volleyball.
We have a partnership with the International Olympic Committee and help pilot IOC education programs. The Olympic Club highlights the history, stories, values and traditions of the ancient and modern Olympic Games through fun activities.