import wixWindow from 'wix-window'; let popup = wixWindow.lightbox; $w.onReady(function () { setTimeout(function(){ popup.close(); }, 6000); });
top of page

Physical Education

Welcome to Kalianna's Physical Education Program. Our program is designed to provide students with a wide range of sports and activities to participate in throughout the year. Our goal is to encourage maximum participation and to help students improve their fitness levels through movement opportunities.

Our program includes a variety of extra-curricular activities such as football and netball carnivals, basketball tournaments, regional athletics carnival, football colour day, cross country and swimming. We believe that participating in these events helps to develop teamwork skills, resilience, and a sense of sportsmanship among our students.

For students from F-10, we offer a comprehensive swimming program held at Paul Sadler Swimland. This program focuses on building awareness, knowledge and skills, so students can safely participate in a range of aquatic activities, survival swimming, and basic water safety.

Our Bike and Scooter Education program is designed to develop the necessary skills to ride safely in a predetermined safe environment. This program is an essential part of our curriculum, as it promotes the use of sustainable modes of transport and encourages physical activity.

For our Lower Primary Students, we offer a four-week Gymnasium program held at Jets Gym by qualified trainers. Upper Primary students, on the other hand, participate in tenpin bowling. These programs are designed to help students develop their physical abilities and improve their coordination and balance.

At Kalianna, we believe that Physical Education is an integral part of a well-rounded education. We are committed to providing our students with the necessary skills and knowledge to lead healthy and active lives. We encourage all students to participate in our program, regardless of their skill level, and we look forward to seeing them grow and succeed in their physical pursuits.

bottom of page