Primary Sport & PE
King’s primary students participate in a wide range of activities to develop movement skills, technique and an appreciation of physical activity, outdoor recreation and sport.
They also take part in King's annual swimming, athletics and cross country carnivals.
King’s is affiliated with the Gold Coast South District School Sport and South Coast Region through which students can be selected as representative players through to National level. Our students participate in District swimming, cross country and athletics carnivals.
We have highly qualified staff that coach our teams and access to outside professional coaches who assist our teachers to take our athletes and sporting teams to the next level. These professional coaches are some of the best in Australia.
We provide free coaching before and after school in:
- cross country
Prep – Year 2
King’s lower primary students enjoy a weekly 30-minute Physical Education (PE) lesson and a Fundamental Motor Skills class. Swimming is part of the PE program and takes place in Term 4.
Students become familiar with body spatial awareness, learn how their bodies work and which body parts need to be moved for certain simple activities.
Year 3 students have a weekly 40-minute PE class. The main units covered include: Rhythm and dance, aquatics program, striking and fielding skills, fitness and athletics. They also participate in a year level sport, in preparation for interschool sport in Years 4-6.
Upper primary students participate in interschool sports as well as their weekly PE lesson. Training takes place in Terms 1 and 3, with interschool competition in Terms 2 and 4.
King’s Reedy Creek is part of the Associated Private Schools (APS) competition.
King’s Pimpama is part of the Northern Gold Coast Associated Schools (NGCAS) competition.
Students are offered a variety of sports to choose from and can select one winter sport and one summer sport each year.
Netball (girls only)
Rugby Union (boys only)
Netball (girls only)
|Summer Sports||Touch Football|
Softball (girls only)
Cricket (boys only)