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Aspley State School recognises that participation in sport and physical activity plays a significant role in the development of a child’s life. We actively encourage all students to participate in a range of age-appropriate physical activity, school and extra-curricular sport.

There is a significant difference between the range of physical activities, school and extra-curricular sport available to students at Aspley State School including school-based activities and selection processes that facilitate participation in Representative sport (via District, regional and state representation).

The roles and responsibilities for each segment of participation in these activities are clearly outlined in the relevant sections below.

  • 1. School-based Sport

    School-based sport - sporting events organised and managed by the school.

  • 2. Interschool Sport

    Interschool Sport - competitive opportunities for students to represent the school in team sports, where teams are selected and managed by school staff in their sole discretion.

  • 3. Representative Sport

    Representative Sport Pathway - competitive opportunities for age-appropriate students to progress into District, Regional and State representation for students in Queensland School Sport-sanctioned activities.

  • Aspley's Representative Sports Pathways

    Students in years 3-6 have the opportunity to compete in the annual school cross country. It is important to note that students must run in their correct age group according to their date of birth (regardless of what year or grade they are in).