From the Secondary Sport Coordinator

From the Secondary Sport Coordinator

Ms Meg Henderson
Secondary Sport Coordinator

Term 4 sport

Term 4 sport kicked off last week for our basketball, volleyball, touch football, water polo and tennis teams. It was great to see so many students out at trainings and games. A particular highlight for the week was our middle years water polo team winning their first game against Loreto College (9-6).  A big thank you to all the parents and spectators that came out to support our girls. Stay tuned for more Term 4 sport updates via the SEQTA sport portal and the fortnightly newsletter.


Parents and caregivers are asked to advise the Sport Coordinator if your daughter cannot play or train on a specific day by texting or calling the sport phone (0447 937 709). Alternatively, you can email me at [email protected].


Students can access a weekly schedule on Mondays outlining the details for their sport for the week via SEQTA. This will include any changes or extra details regarding game and trainings. Students are expected to read this every week so they are fully informed. All information will be communicated via email, student bulletin and SEQTA so students must regularly check these.

How do I find information about sport?

As a parent/caregiver:

  1. Log into SEQTA Engage
  2. Click on the portals tab from the left-hand-side menu
  3. Select ‘Term 4 Sport’

As a student:

  1. Visit SEQTA Learn
  2. Click on the portals tab from the left-hand-side menu
  3. Select ‘Term 4 Sport’
  4. Your scheduled training will also appear in your SEQTA timetable

Congratulations to the Year 5/6 SAPSASA Basketball Team who finished equal 3rd in the State-wide Large Schools Basketball Finals last week! An incredible effort by the team to make the semi-finals! Go SAC!

Sporting Spotlight!

Congratulations to Year 8 student, Emma who recently competed in the Oceania Championships for Artistic Free Skating in Whanganui, New Zealand from 29th of September till the 3rd of October. This was Emma’s first time representing Australia in this competition, and she won gold in the Ladies Cadet Freeskating event! This is an amazing achievement and shows Emma’s determined approach to her sport both in and outside of school.

Year 8 student Emma performing beautifully at the Oceania Championships for Artistic Free Skating

The De Pasquale sisters, Layla & Capri, were also busy over the school holidays competing in state competitions for their respective sports. Year 7 student Capri was part of the Under 13s State Hockey Team, who competed in Tasmania. Year 10 student Layla competed in Queensland in the Under 16s State Water Polo Team.  Year 8 student, Alexia Cordera was also part of this team. A big congratulations to these students for representing our state at such a high level. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for them as young athletes!