Physical Education / Health

Physical Education / Health






State Boys Netball Championship

Our team of boys competed in the Netball Victoria Schools Championships. They are down to the final 8 in Victoria. Many of the boys in this team are also members of the state finalist TeeBall team as well. They were competitive but unfortunately did not make the finals on the day.

TeeBall State Finals

The boys TeeBall team are playing today and we wish them well for the finals competition. They have played consistently well as a team through all levels of competition and have demonstrated good sportsmanship.







Physical Education

At Rangeview Primary School, we believe that Physical Education should provide opportunities for students to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence necessary to lead a physically active lifestyle.

All students from Foundation-Year 6 participate in a weekly 45 minute Physical Education session. Our program aims to provide students with a wide range of sporting experiences, focusing on the sequential development of fundamental motor skills, health-related fitness, gymnastics, dance, athletics, swimming, games and sport education.


Each year, students from Foun-Year 3 participate in a 10-day intensive swimming program, conducted at the Vicki Fields Swim School (Found-Year 2) and Aqualink Nunawading (Year 3).

In Years 3-4, students participate in a comprehensive gymnastics program in our newly constructed school hall.


Students in Years 3-6 have the opportunity to participate in intraschool and interschool cross country and athletics events. Emphasis is on participation, being part of a team, striving for personal best performances and sportsmanship.


In association with School Sport Victoria, students in Years 5-6 participate in interschool winter and summer sport competitions, with the opportunity of progressing to State level. Sports include, netball, basketball, Kanga 8s cricket, tee-ball, softball, bat tennis, volleyball, football, soccer and rounders.

Throughout the year, all students experience a variety of sporting clinics, provided by local clubs and SEDA (Sports Education Development Australia). Whole school events, including House Sports, Twilight Sports and Rangeview Olympics aim to promote a sense of community and connectedness.












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