Sport Leaders

Sport-leadership Opportunities

Students at Star enjoy a range of sport-leadership opportunities for committed Years 10 and 11 athletes. Applications are emailed to Years 10 and 11 students in Term 3 each year.

Sport-leadership Requirements

  • Coaching: Coach at least one sport per year
  • Carnival Sports: Train and compete for Star in at least one sports carnival (Swimming, Diving, Cross Country, Athletics, Aerobics or Gymnastics)
  • House carnivals (Swimming, Diving, Athletics, Triathlon): Assist at all carnivals and prior to the day with preparation and set-up
  • Co-operation: Work with the House Sport Coordinator to increase involvement and develop activities
  • Represent the school and be a role model: Wear the correct uniform and behave appropriately, acting as a role model for the younger year levels
  • Make a change: Through regular meetings and activities, you can make a difference and leave a legacy at Star
  • Meetings: Attendance at all sport leadership meetings is required (approximately two per term)
  • Special duties: Assist in preparing and running the annual Sports Gala Night.

Captains of Sport Role

  • Communicate with the Head of Sport and House Sport Coordinator throughout the year
  • Assist at tryouts and coach one of the junior or intermediate teams

Aims and Expectations

  • Reduce the dropout rate of students from sport (particularly in the senior school)
  • Encourage as many students as possible to get involved in school sport
  • Be a role model to your peers and younger students

Senior Sport:

  • As a sport leader, it is expected that you represent Star in at least two sports per year
  • Most senior sport is played on Mondays (morning and afternoon)
  • Commitment to your sport-leadership role is crucial


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