Sport and Fitness

Sport is an integral part of Gymea Technology High School. Our school provides a variety of exciting opportunities for students to participate in weekly sport and representative sport. 

Weekly Sport

At Gymea, our weekly sports program is an integrated part of our curriculum and is run in stages. Years 7 and 8 participate in Stage 4 sport run every Wednesday during periods 3 and 4, with years 9 and 10 participating in Stage 5 sport on Wednesday’s during periods 5 and 6.

Sports Curriculum
Sport in Term 1, 2021 will consist of students rotating through a range of sporting activities including athletics, fitness training and team games. These activities will be run on the school oval, in the school’s gym or at Kareela Oval depending on the rotation the student’s group is completing that week. Students will participate in a great array of sporting options throughout our sporting program including Volleyball, Netball, Soccer, Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee, Touch Football, Oztag and Endball.

Extra-Curricular Sports Options

Students who have a keen interest, passion or talent for a particular sports or recreation program may be able to sign up for extracurricular sports activities as the year progresses. Some of these options may include specialist groups such as Mountain Bike Riding or CHS sporting opportunities such as Touch Football, Soccer, Competitive sports is offered through Sporting Gala days and statewide knock out competitions.

Representative Sport

Students may be able to participate in various team sports in the Combined High School knockout competitions throughout the year. The following is a list of sports that Gymea Technology High School usually enter:




 Football (15s and Opens)

 Rugby League (14s and opens)



 Netball (15s and Opens)

 Football (15s and opens)








Students have the opportunity to try out for a number of team sports to represent the Sutherland Zone. If successful, students then trial for the Sydney East (SE) team and from there they can be selected in to the Combined High Schools (CHS) team. Students who are selected in the school swimming, cross country or athletics team also go on to represent the school at the Sutherland Zone Carnivals.

For further information about representative sport and the Sydney East calendar, please click on the hyperlink that follows. Representative School Sport

Teacher in charge of Sport

Ms Alexandra Lupton (Head Teacher PDHPE)



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