At Christ Church, sport is a core part of our school program where boys compete with each other and for each other.
In the Preparatory School, the focus is on participation and enjoyment. From Pre-Primary to Year 6, all boys participate in Physical Education as part of the academic program with an opportunity to take part in House carnivals including Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics.
In Years 4 to 6, boys participate in Thursday afternoon sport (during school hours) as part of the broader co-curricular program.
In Year 4, boys engage in a variety of sports, including cricket, basketball, football, soccer, rugby and hockey, and compete twice a term in an inter-school competition with Scotch College and Hale School.
In Years 5 and 6, boys can compete in weekly fixtures against other Junior Public Schools’ Sports Association (JPSSA) schools and train once a week before or after school. The School also offers non-competitive sports including trampolining, golf, sailing and multi-sport.
The broad range of sports on offer include:
Term 1 and 4 (summer):
Basketball, Cricket, Golf, Sailing, Swimming, Tennis, Flipout Trampoline, Water Polo.
Terms 2 and 3 (winter):
Cross Country, Football, Hockey, Flipout Trampoline, Rugby, Soccer, Sailing.
The seven independent boys’ schools that form the Junior Public Schools’ Sports Association (JPSSA) of Western Australia are:
- Aquinas College
- Christ Church Grammar School
- Guildford Grammar School
- Hale School
- Scotch College
- Trinity College
- Wesley College