At Covenant we aim to support students in exploring, developing and using their God-given gifts and abilities, whilst nurturing a lifelong love of sport, and an appreciation of the benefits it offers. Our Co-Curricular Sports Program offers a range of sporting opportunities for students in Kindergarten to Year 12.

Sports Academy

Our Sports Academy is an after-school, inclusive, skills development program for students in Kindergarten to Year 12. Our team of coaches bring experience and enthusiasm to a variety of sports including basketball, OzTag, soccer and netball.

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School Carnivals are held for swimming, cross country, and athletics.

Students in Years 3 to 6 (our Primary students) participate in the Primary Swimming and Athletics Carnivals.

Kindergarten to Year 2 participate in their own Athletics Carnival at school.

Students in Years 7 to 12 participate in the Secondary Swimming and Athletics Carnivals.

Primary students join our Secondary students for the Cross Country Carnival, held at Covenant.

Elite level competition

Covenant is a member of the Christian Schools Sports Association (CSSA), a state-based association that encompasses over 80 schools. Students who place at swimming, athletics and cross country events will go onto represent Covenant at the CSSA North Met Zone and possibly State level.

Covenant also enters teams in CSSA Zone and State Gala Days and competitions for other sports, including football, basketball, touch football, hockey, volleyball and netball.

As a member of Combined Independent Schools (CIS), Covenant students have the opportunity to be selected in State and National sporting teams. Students who achieve high placings at a CSSA State Carnival go on to compete at CIS level. Students are also able to trial for select CIS teams directly, such as baseball, cricket, tennis, waterpolo, football, volleyball, rugby 7s, AFL, rugby league and gymnastics.

Additional opportunities

Students in Secondary School have the opportunity to represent Covenant in the Peninsula Cup, an interschool sport competition after school within the Northern Beaches area. Girls can represent the school in netball and boys in soccer.

There is also the opportunity to represent the school playing soccer in the state-wide Bill Turner Cup and Trophy and the CIS Football Cup (girls).

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