A very busy week at Somerset as our Junior and Senior School Athletics teams compete at the APS Athletics Carnival and we commence the APS Summer Season versus Kings. Summer Season practices begin on Monday, 13 August.
Lyanna has been selected to represent Australia in the Asian Girls Under 14 Chess Champs being held in Mongolia in August.
All students are required to practice with their APS Summer Team once each week and attendance rolls are taken. If students are unable to attend, parents must make contact with the coach, in advance, so we can maintain our “duty of care”.
Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday 7.00am - Athletics Practices for South Coast & State Knock-out (Nitro)
Monday 13 and Wednesday 15 August - Compulsory APS Summer Practices begin (7.00am or 3.30pm)
Friday 17 August - APS Summer Round 1 vs Emmanuel (Girls Home)
All policies and procedures are outlined in the Senior School Sport page of Schoolbox, under “Sport Policy and Dates”. All students and parents are encouraged to familiarise themselves with these.
Please note, practices are compulsory for both Winter and Summer Seasons.
APS Sport Photos
Click here to access photos of your sport or your team.
All Season details on Schoolbox Senior School Sports page.
(“Winter Sports” tile for all season dates, and training schedules of the APS Season)
Don’t forget to check the Somerset Schoolbox Senior School Sport Page, as well as the noticeboard at the end of the Science Block for all Sports notes.
If you need more information, drop by the Sports Office.
The Sports page link must be added to your Schoolbox.
If you need more information, drop by the Sports Office in the Ray Building.
If your son or daughter is injured at school sport, it must be recorded at the time by the school nurse/medical person present if parents wish to apply through the school insurance policy. If delayed signs or symptoms arise over the weekend, students must notify the school nurse on Monday morning.
All sporting details are posted on Schoolbox on the Sports page.
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