Co-curricular Sports

We offer more than 20 sports and have the facilities, coaches and passion to help your child reach their potential in every one of them.

Sports play a significant role in the life of Pittwater House students. Sports are a key part of our curriculum and students take part in both recreational and competitive sports.

Elite Athletes and Performers (EAP) Program

Pittwater House has many athletes and performers competing at an elite level, in state, national and international competitions. To support these students to help manage their training and competition schedules whilst achieving their best academically, we have an Elite Athletes and Performers Coordinator who works one-on-one with them.

Sporting Facilities

To reflect our commitment to giving our students the best facilities, we offer an array of well-used sporting facilities right on campus, including a heated pool, a full sized playing field, all-weather courts and an indoor sports complex. Learn more about our facilities.

A sport for every passion

Your child will have the opportunity to try and excel in a wide variety of sports:

  • AFL

  • Athletics

  • Baseball

  • Basketball

  • Canoeing

  • Cricket

  • Cross country

  • Fitness classes

  • Golf

  • Gymnastic

  • Hockey

  • Mod league

  • Netball

  • Rugby union

  • Running clinics

  • Soccer

  • Softball

  • Snow sports

  • Strength and conditioning classes

  • Surfing

  • Swimming

  • Tennis

  • Touch rugby

  • Triathlons

  • Volleyball

  • Water polo

  • Other sports can often be arranged upon request.

To view our comprehensive co-curricular sports program, please click here. To see our Junior School sports choices, please click here. View all Senior School sports choices here.

If your child specialises in a sport that isn't listed and is not part of the competitive associations, please contact Mrs Sue Grigg on [email protected]

Together Everyone Achieves More
Together Everyone Achieves More

Competitive and representative sports

Pittwater House competes in inter-school competitions hosted by the Combined Districts Secondary Sports Association (CDSSA) and the Association of Independent Co-educational Schools (AICES). Many sports also offer the opportunity to qualify for regional, state and national levels of competition.

Specialised coaches

We employ sports coaches who are specialists in their field. This helps your child develop their skills under professional guidance, giving them that added edge.

“Students take part in both fun and competitive sports.”