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Linden Park Primary School offers a range of Out of Hours School Sport and SAPSASA opportunities for students to enhance their schooling experience.

The school encourages a healthy and active lifestyle and sport is a unique way of contributing to this.

We value the opportunity for ALL students to participate in Out of Hours School Sport, regardless of ability. Out of Hours School Sport provides an opportunity to develop sport, social and leadership skills, friendships, teamwork, patience, self-confidence and discipline.

The Role and Requirements of Out of Hours Sport

The school supports Out of School Hours sporting activities to assist in achieving the above objective. We hope that for students, being part of a school sporting team will:

  • assist them in maintaining physical fitness and gaining a healthy attitude towards an active way of life;
  • provide them with the opportunity to increase their levels of performance of skills learned;
  • instil a sense of commitment – to the team, to practice and to the coach;
  • encourage the demonstration of good leadership and fair play;
  • generate an appreciation of the benefits of practice; and
  • reinforce the virtues of teamwork.

While competitive by nature, school sport in general should also be a satisfying and successful experience for the less competitive student. The level of competition should be appropriate to the age and stage of development of the individual. Most Out of Hours School Sports competitions are not played for trophies and effort is made to have teams of the same level of ability competing against each other. The emphasis is on participation and ensuring that where possible, girls and boys are given equal opportunities to participate.

The Out of Hours Sports Program relies heavily on parents/caregivers to coach, train and manage teams and in certain circumstances officiate activities and the equitable sharing of these small burdens can be the hallmark of a successful student sports experience. We therefore target maximum parental participation and require the nomination of both a coach and team manager before a sporting team can take the field.

Registrations and Payment

In most cases, registrations and payments for Out of Hours School Sport are made online via the Qkr App on your phone or  click here to go to the Qkr website store.

Late registrations will be accommodated into a team where possible only if spots are available (that is, teams are not already full). If there are no spots available, players will go onto a wait list.  Out of Hours School Sport is ‘user pays’ to ensure the sports are self-funding. Fees are used to cover school and association costs to enter teams and to replenish equipment.

Payments are non-refundable, so please ensure the child is available to play on the required days and times prior to registering.

Sports Policy_Sept2017 (PDF 510KB)
2019 Term 2 Sports calendar (PDF 464KB)

Sports currently offered at Linden Park

Basketball – boys and girls

Basketball is held year round with summer basketball played during terms 4 and 1 (for Years 2-6) and winter basketball played during terms 2 and 3 (for Years 2-7).

The school enters teams in the Unley Life Be In It competition with games played at Unley High School (22 Kitchener Street, Netherby).

Click here for the Life Be In It website.

Year 2/3’s play on Tuesday afternoons after school, Year 4/5’s play on Thursday afternoons after school and Year 6/7’s play on Wednesday afternoons after school. Games are played at various times between 4pm and 6pm and last 40 minutes. Teams will remain the same for the season, however, the school will try and accommodate new players if spots allow.

Uniform: School singlet supplied to be returned at the end of the season (parents invoiced for unreturned shirts). Black shorts, white sport socks, sneakers.

EXTERNAL INTRODUCTORY SPORT PROGRAMS – Reception to Year 3

correct as at 01.02.2019, subject to change

Reception to Year 2 students can participate in external introductory sports programs run at the school. Please contact the relevant person / company with any questions. Year 3 students can certainly be involved if they haven’t played the sports before and would like to try them out. The school encourages students to get a skill foundation in a variety of sports before starting competitive games. These are introductory, fun, skill based programs where the participants learn fundamental movement skills, basic sport specific skills and develop confidence, teamwork, new friendships and social skills.

JUNIOR BLASTERS CRICKET (formerly MILO in2CRICKET)

Ben Johnswood (Taught and Bowled) – 0438 860 048 – ben@taughtandbowled.com.au

Eligible for: Reception – Year 2, boys and girls

  • Two separate 7 week programs run in terms 1 and 4
  • Held on Sunday mornings on Sanders Oval (adjacent to the gym)
  • 8:30am – 9:30am
  • Option 1 (terms 4 AND 1) is $145 / Option 2 (one term only) is $110

Register and pay for the Linden Park Primary School centre on the Play Cricket website – – click here

AUSKICK (Australian Rules Football)

Matt Bradley – 0430 230 840 – mattb@sanfl.com.au

Eligible for: 5 – 7 year olds, boys and girls

  • 10 week program run during terms 2 and 3
  • Held on Wednesday afternoons on Sanders Oval (adjacent to the gym)
  • 3:20pm – 4:10pm
  • $75 (club sports voucher can be used for discount)

Register and pay for the Linden Park Primary School centre on the Auskick website –  click here

KICKSTART SOCCER

Adrian Gatto (Simply Football) – 0402 418 580 – info@simplyfootball.com.au

Eligible for: Years 1 & 2, boys and girls

  • 7 week program run in term 2
  • Held on Tuesday afternoons on Sanders Oval (adjacent to the gym)
  • 3:30pm – 4:15pm
  • $84

Register and pay for the Linden Park Primary School centre on the Simply Football website – click here

NETBALL (equivalent to Net-Set-Go)

Alice Johnswood (Taught and Bowled) – 0412 454 784 – alice@taughtandbowled.com.au

Eligible for: Years 1 & 2, boys and girls

  • 7 week program run in term 2
  • Held on Tuesday afternoons on the netball courts adjacent to the gym
  • 3:30pm – 4:15pm
  • $80

Register and pay for the Linden Park Primary School centre under Netball Coaching on the Taught and Bowled website – click here

BASKETBALL

Aussie Hoops – click here for their website.
See further information and register and pay on the Aussie Hoops website by finding a location near you.

TENNIS

Josh Gregg – 0427 921 106 – info@tennisphere.com.au

Eligible for: Ages 5 & Up, boys and girls

  • Held year round on Saturday mornings in the gym and on Monday and Wednesday afternoons on the tennis courts adjacent to the gym

More information can be found on the Tennisphere website – click here

KELLY SPORTS

(introduction to a variety of sports and fundamental movement skills) – Ian Barnes –             0439 063 916 – ianbarnes@kellysports.com.au

Eligible for: Reception – Year 2, boys and girls

  • Held each term on Thursday afternoons on Sanders Oval (adjacent to the gym)
  • 3:20pm – 4:20pm
  • $99 (+GST) per term (club sports voucher can be used for discount)

Register and pay on the Kelly Sports website – click here

MOVEMENT AND MULTI-SPORT PROGRAM

Alice Johnswood (Taught and Bowled) – 0412 454 784 –

alice@taughtandbowled.com.au

Eligible for: Reception – Year 1, boys and girls

  • 7 week program run in term 1
  • Held on Wednesday afternoons in the gym
  • 3:30pm – 4:15pm
  • $65

Register and pay under Multi-Sport Programs on the Taught and Bowled website – – click here