Calendar 2021

Oct
27
09:00AM 27 October
Week 3
Middle & Senior School Tour (...
Oct
28
09:15AM 28 October
Week 3
Early Learning Centre Tour (T4W3...
Nov
11
09:15AM 11 November
Week 5
Junior School Tour (T4W05 2021)
Nov
17
09:15AM 17 November
Week 6
Early Learning Centre Tour (T4W6...
Dec
03
05:00PM 03 December
Parents & Friends Picnic...
Feb
15
09:15AM 15 February
Week 3
Early Learning Centre Tour (T1W3...
Feb
24
09:15AM 24 February
Week 4
Junior School Tour (T1W04 2022)
Mar
03
09:00AM 03 March
Week 5
Middle & Senior School Tour (...
Mar
09
09:15AM 09 March
Week 6
Early Learning Centre Tour (T1W6...
Mar
22
09:00AM 22 March
Week 8
Middle & Senior School Tour (...
Mar
22
09:15AM 22 March
Week 8
Junior School Tour (T1W08 2022)
Mar
26
05:00PM 26 March
Solitaire Automotive Presents One...
Mar
31
09:15AM 31 March
Week 9
Early Learning Centre Tour (T1W9...
May
17
09:15AM 17 May
Week 3
Junior School Tour (T2W3 2022)
May
19
09:15AM 19 May
Week 3
Early Learning Centre Tour (T2W3...
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Community Sports

Community Sports

Community Sports

Community sport programs are now available across the College.

Scotch College is pleased to offer Community Sports where possible. The Equestrian program will run on both Torrens Park and Mitcham Campuses. Community sports can be accessed by students as an additional offering to School Sport. Please note, students from Year 2 onwards choosing to undertake a Community Sport are still expected to be involved in a School sport, which they partake in when their Community Sport isn’t scheduled. Students may miss scheduled School Sport practices when their chosen community sport overlaps with team training.

 

Equestrian

The Equestrian program will begin in Week 1, Term 1. Students are bussed, via a Scotch seat-belted bus, to Kirby Park on Wednesday afternoons leaving at 2:15pm. They participate for 2 hours in a Ready Set Trot program, that comprises 1 hour of horse riding and 1 hour of horsemanship theory and practice. Students must be picked up by parents at 5pm from Kirby Park. The cost of the program is $85 per week, payable to Kirby Park.

To participate, students wear their school PE top with long pants and closed shoes. Australian Standard riding helmets are supplied by Kirby Park. Families must complete consent forms for Kirby Park and Scotch prior to commencing Equestrian. For more information, please visit the Scotch College Equestrian Club on Facebook, or email your enquiry to Georgia Bradford via the buttons below.

 

 

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