Term 4 Sport
Term 4 allows our students to get involved in a wide variety of sports as new seasons begin for FDNA Netball, FDBA Basketball, SIS Weekly Sport, and our Sailing program.
The FDNA Netball season runs across Term 4 only, a short season, which is ideal for new players to join in and experience this community-friendly competition. The FDNA competition runs on Fridays after school, and most of the teams we compete against are from other local schools. All games will be played outside while we await the completion of the incredible new facilities at Jubilee Park, Frankston. The focus of this competition in Term 4 is on player development, teamwork, sportsmanship, and community interaction.
The FDBA Summer Season runs until the end of Term 1. We are excited to see eight Woodleigh teams represent Senior Campus this season. We have teams competing on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
A reminder to all involved that games run up until 19 December and resume in 2023 from the 30 January.
Incredibly, there are now over 1000 teams entered into the FDBA Summer Season. To accommodate all these teams, multiple venues will be used, so please check the weekly fixtures carefully for venue details.
Our FDBA and FDNA programs are open to all students, regardless of experience.
Term 4 SIS Sport Competitions
The Term 4 SIS Weekly Sports season commences in Week 2, with Woodleigh students having the opportunity to represent the school in the following sports:
Junior Sport (Year 7/8)
Boys Touch Rugby
Intermediate Sport (Year 9/10)
These competitions take place during the school day on Thursday and Friday afternoons and consist of a 5-round season.
We are also excited to get our Sailing program underway for the 2022/23 season. Training begins on Wednesday 12October at Mornington Yacht Club under the guidance of Will McKenzie (team coach). The John Middleton Trophy series begins on October 26 at Davey’s Bay Yacht Club, as we build towards the school championships in 2023.
For students looking to enhance their fitness outside of a team sport, lunchtime fitness training is offered by qualified staff at lunch in the Gym Mezzanine on Mondays and Thursdays throughout Term 4.
The benefits of physical activity and being a part of a team extend well beyond the physical. We encourage all students to find their sporting passion and get involved in our extensive offerings.
Director of Sport