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NBSC Freshwater Senior Campus

NBSC Freshwater Senior Campus

The senior campus of the Northern Beaches Secondary College

Telephone02 9905 2634

Emailnbscfreshw-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Sports

Sports at Freshwater Senior Campus

As NBSC Freshwater Senior Campus is a Stage 6 school (Years 11 and 12), sport is not part of the curriculum, however, we do encourage all students to get involved in the different avenues of sport within the school. 

Sports Coordinator

For any enquiries regarding knock out teams, carnivals or Sydney North trials please contact:

Miss Shannon Cooper

E – Shannon.cooper11@det.nsw.edu.au

P – 9905 2634 

 

NSWCHS Knock Out teams

Instagram—#freshiesports

NBSC Freshwater Senior Campus does have a number of sporting teams on offer for students to participate in.  All trials occur within the first few weeks of Term 1.  The majority of Round 1 games will need to be played by mid Term 1. 

The nature of the knock out competition is elimination style, once a school loses, they're knocked out of the competition and will not play again for that year.

 

NBSC FSC School knock out teams 2021:

  • Touch—Boys and girls

  • Football (Soccer) - Boys and girls

  • Volleyball—Girls

  • Basketball—Boys and girls

  • Netball—Girls

  • Waterpolo— Boys and girls

  • Rugby League - Boys

*Please note these are subject to change due to expression of interest from students in previous years.

 

Sport Carnivals

Athletics

The athletics carnival is held at the beginning of Term 2 and is 'whole school' providing a great opportunity to bring Year 11 and Year 12 together.  Students compete for their 'year group' to win points and potentially win the 'bird'.  Students that place will represent Freshwater Senior Campus at Warringah Zone and potentially Sydney North, CHS and All Schools.

Swimming and Cross Country

In 2021, school swimming and cross country carnival were not run. Students registered their interest to represent their school at the Warringah Zone Carnival.  Students were then provided with an opportunity to potentially represent Sydney North, CHS and All Schools.

Highlights

2021 (so far)

  • NSWCHS girls waterpolo gold medallists - Abi Worland (C), Alex Brown, Madeline Pilz, Charlotte Porter, Sophie Walters, Scarlett Beaumont, Olivia Fernie, Kirra Warden, Anneliese Pamp, Ruby Webster, Otyliah Campos
  • Mixed touch team placed 2nd at the NSW All Schools tournament - Esme Sergi, Ella Eveleigh, Matilda Daniels, Hannah Stacey, Emily Hicks, Charlee Evers, Daley Hodgson, Lachlan Hanks, Zac Freeman, Hunter White, Jake Smith, Joshua Feledy, Daniel Ward, Riley Mayo
  • Girls basketball team through to the NSWCHS Top 8 schools - Ella O’Brien (C), Mackenzie Davie, Ardyn De Forest, Eloise Pamp, Alyssa Coxall, Tully Roberts, Lori Keshishian, Isabel Schilling, Charlotte Taylor, Finney Wright
  • FSC students achieving 3 x gold, 2 x silver and 4 x bronze medals at the NSWCHS swimming championships - Kimberley Doyle (17+ year girls)  – 1st in the 400m freestyle & 800m freestyle, Callyn Fenwick-Kearns (17+ year boys) – 1st in the 100m backstroke and 3rd in the 50m and 100m freestyle, Cooper Phillips (17+ year boys) – 2nd in the 100m breaststroke, 3rd in the 200m and 400m Individual Medley​, 2nd Girls 17+ 4 x 50m freestyle relay – Kimberley Doyle, Katelynn Doyle, Emily Sproat, Charlotte Porter
  • 7 students selected into NSWCHS teams for various sports - Softball – Keira Trim and Chelsea Bennett, Baseball – Max Milner and Thomas Butler, Football – Thomas Chidiac, Benjamin Gibson, Harry Aquilina, Hockey – Jared Ment
  • Boys surfing team placing 2nd at the Lifeline Schools Surfing tournament - Tully Stack (C), Kai McGovern, Lily MacDonald, Spike Wood, Ethan Batchelar
  • Girls touch team placing 3rd at the Sydney North round Robbin
  • Sydney North boys water polo silver medallists
  • Boys football team through to the Sydney North semi-finals
  • 6 students are through to Sydney North Cross Country
  • 14 students through to Sydney North Athletics Carnival 

2020

  • Sydney North Blues: 2 students awarded Sydney North Blues awards; Caitlin Hickey (touch football) and Lily McElligott (cross country).  Along with this, the school had 5 students receive Sydney North Blue Endorsement
  • Surfing: FSC tag team won the Sydney Surf Pro tag event at Manly Beach, with the boys team placing second

2019

  • Boys open Football team – won the NSWCHS Puma Cup Boys Knock Out competition defeating Merewether High School 1-0
  • Girls open Waterpolo team – won the NSWCHS waterpolo tournament up in Newcastle defeating Kirawee High School 8-3
  • Girls open 4x50m freestyle relay – placed first in the NSWCHS swimming
  • 6 Freshwater Senior Campus students – who were part of Australian sporting teams championships; Harry McCarthy (football) , Sienna Hearn (waterpolo), Lexi Pickering (Hockey), Mia Geros (softball) , Katie Economos (volleyball), Josh Beezley (baseball)
  • NSWCHS Blues: 3 students awarded NSWCHS Blues awards; Harry McCarthy (football), Lily McElligott (cross country) and Mya Geros (softball)
  • Sydney North Blues: 6 students awarded Sydney North Blues awards; Macy Carrothers (touch football), Sienna Hearne (waterpolo), Lexi Pickering (Hockey), Levi Kaye (football), Harry McCarthy (football) and Jenna Trim (Softball)

Sydney North trials

All representative level students are encouraged to trial for  Sydney North representative teams.  If successful, students will complete at NSWCHS tournament level and have the opportunity to be selected in NSW and even National teams. 

Trials occur throughout the year with the majority taking place in Term 1 and Term 2.

 Dates are advertised via:

  • Sports notice board (opp the staffroom)

  • Fortnightly assemblies

  • Sydney North calendar (on the Sports notice board).

Further information can be found at: https://app.education.nsw.gov.au/sport/SydneyNorth

Talented Athlete Program

Freshwater has a Talented  Athlete Support Program (TASP). The aim of the program is to;

  • Support athletes that have a high training or competition load and therefore have     difficulty balancing academic and sporting commitments.

  • Liaise with parents and the student in regards to sporting commitments.

  • Communicate challenges and achievements to teachers.

  • Meet with students and SLO every month during faculty hubs (every second hub) to check in/ support learning/ create study timetables.​