Primary Representative Sport
Primary Schools are organised into the following clusters to facilitate inter-school sport and are invited to nominate children to participate as representatives of their school.
|Central Coast||Northern Beaches||North Shore|
|St Patrick’s, East Gosford||Maria Regina,
|St Patrick’s, Asquith|
|Holy Cross Kincumber||St Cecilia’s Balgowlah||St Bernard’s Berowra|
|St Brendan’s, Lake Munmorah||St Augustine’s, Brookvale (Congregational school)||St Gerard’s Carlingford|
|OLSS, Terrigal||St Rose, Collaroy||OLOD, Chatswood|
|OLOR, The Entrance||St Martin’s, Davidson||OLHC, Epping|
|St Mary’s, Toukley||St Kevin’s, Dee Why||Holy Family, Lindfield|
|St John Fisher, Tumbi Umbi||OLGC, Forestville||St Philip Neri, Northbridge|
|Mackillop, Warnervale||St John the Baptist, Freshwater||St Agatha’s, Pennant Hills|
|St John the Baptist, Woy Woy||St Mary’s Manly||Sacred Heart, Pymble|
|OLOR Wyoming||St Kieran’s, Manly Vale||Corpus Christi, St Ives|
|St Cecilia’s Wyong||Sacred Heart, Mona Vale||Prouille, Wahroonga|
|St Joseph’s, Narrabeen||OLOR, Waitara|
|St John the Apostle, Narraweena||OLPS, West Pymble|
|St Thomas, Willoughby|
Swimming- Cross Country- Athletics
Participation in the swimming, athletics and cross country representative pathway events begin with each school selecting a squad to compete at the Cluster Carnival. Progression to further levels is determined by performance at the previous carnival.
Selections for the following sports are facilitated by school nominations of suitably skilled individual students to participate in diocesan and regional (Polding) selection trials:
|Australian Rules Football||Basketball|
|Rugby League||Rugby Union|
Events for Students with Disabilities
Representative events for students with disabilities are conducted in swimming, cross country and athletics. The representative pathway begins at the Diocesan carnival and then progresses as for the able bodied events. Students who are enrolled at schools affiliated with the Broken Bay Primary School Sports Council and who are officially classified and subsequently included on the ‘Master List’ with the appropriate sport body are eligible to compete.
The events are conducted as multi-disability events as advised by the Australian Paralympic Committee and are also referred to as Multi Class (swimming) and Para Athletes (athletics and cross country).