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This is the page where you will find all information about upcoming carnivals and sporting trials at St Thomas. 


School Sports Carnivals - 2017

Please find the dates below for the three big carnivals this year. 

Swimming Carnival - 24th February 2017

Cross Country Carnival - Friday 28th April 2017

Athletics Carnival - Thursday 15th June 2017 


School Sport Houses

Cooleman  - Green 

Erindale  - Gold

Lanyon - Red 

Riverview - White


Tuggeranong Regional Representative Sport

If your child is interested in trialling for the regional sporting teams, please ensure you go to https://www.schoolsportact.asn.au/ and register with the sport accordingly. 


St Thomas Athletics Carnival

The 2017 St Thomas Athletics Carnival is coming up on Thursday 15th June (Week 8). Carnival details are listed below:

Where: Kambah Oval #3, Kett Street, Kambah (opposite the Burns Club).

Time: Students will walk over to the ovals with their teacher after their morning prayers and admin is completed. This will be around 9:30am. The carnival should conclude around 2:30pm.

Clothing: Students will need to wear their full school sports uniform. They are able to wear a t-shirt in their house colour in place of their school sports shirt. If children have running spikes they are permitted to wear them for their race only. Please ensure your child has appropriate clothing for the weather on the day and all removable items are clearly labelled. Children must have a school hat for the day. 

Food: The school canteen will run a limited snacks menu from the pavilion on the day. Lunch orders will not be available for purchase on the day. Please ensure your child has enough food and water with them for the day. 

Volunteers:  We will need volunteers to assist in the running of the carnival. If you are able to volunteer some of your time, please return the form that was sent out in Week 3 and meet Mrs. Rachel Kennedy at the fields at 9:30am on the day. 

Events: A schedule of events for the carnival will be posted closer to the carnival. 






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