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Sport News - 30 July

There are still plenty of ways to stay involved with Sport in lockdown! Read the latest updates and student achievements in this week's Sport newsletter.

Citius, Altius, Fortius – Communiter. | Faster, Higher Strong – Together

Like many Australians, I am sure numerous hours have been spent over the last seven days keeping up to date with the successes of our Olympians. This week we were so proud and lucky to watch Ellen Roberts (Class of 2009) competing with the ‘Aussie Spirit’ softball team, where she was able to close out the game against Italy and become a role model to many sportswomen. Congratulations on a fantastic campaign Ellen, and you will forever be known as an ‘Olympian’.

With so many sports still to come, our focus will soon turn to Liz Clay (Class of 2012) competing in the 100m Hurdles which commences tomorrow on the 31st July. We will continue to post Olympic information on the Sport Department Social Media platforms to ensure you are kept up to date!

Finally, be sure to read this week’s feature newsletter article on how the notion of community and togetherness is manifested through the ideals of the Olympic Games; including opportunities for all students to remain connected during the time of remote learning.

Government Guidelines and Impact on Sport

With the most recent update to the Government’s announcement to extend the Stay at Home orders for Greater Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shell Harbour Areas and NSW Health Orders; all sport training, competition and activities have been suspended until further notice.

The Sport Department will aim to keep the Loreto Normanhurst Community updated as often as practicable about return to sport, training, and competitions as information has been released by all Government Agencies; as well as advice from the Loreto Normanhurst Leadership Team.

Loreto Normanhurst Online Health and Wellbeing Program

The Online Health and Wellbeing Program for Primary and Secondary School Students was launched two weeks ago to help keep our community fit and healthy in lockdown.

The program aims to assist all students to remain healthy and active during the time of remote learning by providing a variety of opportunities and resources. This holistic program will encourage wellbeing in the areas of physical, mental and emotional health, and provides a great opportunity for you and for your household to get involved.

We encourage you to attempt as many of the activities/workouts each day as possible, keep the Department updated on your progress and send through any feedback that you may have.

The program can be accessed via the Sport Department Canvas Page or via the following link.

Loreto Normanhurst Community Olympics

The Pastoral Team and the Sport Department have joined forces to bring to you the LN Community Olympics! This opportunity is offered via the Pastoral program and creates a fun and competitive atmosphere between all houses and tutor groups. Members are tasked with competing a variety of ‘Events’ or activities where they will accumulate points to be the Champion House and Champion Tutor Group.

Be sure to check out the Pastoral Care Canvas page for more information!

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

Congratulations to Sabrina Haaf (Year 12) who has successfully completed and been granted her Gold Award. Sabrina has demonstrated initiative, perseverance and shown commitment across various activities in order to complete the rigorous requirements of the Gold Award. Well done on this wonderful achievement!

Loreto Sports Girl: Emmersen Mitchell, Year 10

  • Current sport/activity: Equestrian (dressage), Rugby 7s.
  • Favourite school sport/activity: My favourite school sport is touch football.
  • Highest level of sporting achievement: my highest level of achievement is competing in Australia and New Zealand wide equestrian competitions for NSW (and winning) more than once.
  • Best moment of Loreto Sport for you: Competing as a player of the Firsts touch team alongside my friends.
  • Favourite sporting moment as a spectator: My favourite sporting moment as a spectator is watching my talented coaches compete at a high level.
  • Best subject at school: my best subject at school would be between Geography and Science.
  • Any superstitions before playing sport: I don’t have any superstitions before I compete, however I have lucky items that I cannot compete without.
  • Best tune to listen to before competing: All tunes are good tunes.

Who to see about what

As a handy reference guide, the table below outlines which staff members will be responsible for sports and activities across the year. All enquiries about sport at Loreto should be sent to sport@loretonh.nsw.edu.au

Mrs Kristie Greville Miss Georgia Boric Mr Stephen Charters Mr David Brock Mr Ian Edmunds Mrs Laura Bryan

IGSA Softball

Cross Country Pathway

Hills Netball

Rugby 7’s

IGSA Touch Football

Hayden Fitness Centre

Equestrian

Snowsports

IPSHA Sports and Carnivals

LN Activities Program

Gymnastics

Cheerleading

Dance

IGSA Football

AFL

LN Invitational Badminton

IGSA Hockey

Mollie Dive

IGSA Water Polo

Athletics Pathway

IGSA Tennis

Triathlon

Swimming Pathway

IGSA Basketball

IGSA Netball

Hornsby Tennis

Tildesley Tennis

School Carnivals

Cricket

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Rowing Duke of Edinburgh's International Award

Correct Sport Uniform

An important note regarding correct sport uniform for Saturday competition sport when it recommences.

Students who are not dressed in the correct uniform for competition will NOT be allowed to play. In the case that no Loreto Sport Staff member is present, your team coach will have the authority to remove a student from play and/or not allow a student to start play. Thank you in advance, for your cooperation in this matter. It is our expectation that you will be appropriately dressed and in uniform while representing Loreto Normanhurst.

So that you can prepare for the return to Sport, here is the list of required items for matches for each Term 3 Sport:

  • IGSA Hockey: LN polo, LN skort/shorts, gold socks, molded football boots, shin pads and mouthguard.
  • IGSA Netball: LN singlet, LN skort, white socks, non-marking sandshoes.
  • Hills Netball: LN singlet, LN skort, white socks, non-marking sandshoes.
  • IPSHA Touch Football: LN singlet top, LN shorts, white socks, molded football boots
  • Rugby 7’s: LN Rugby Jersey, LN Rugby shorts, white socks, mouthguard, molded football boots

Photos

We love seeing photos of our girls enjoying sport, even in lockdown! Please send through any snaps you get to sport@loretonh.nsw.edu.au

If you’re on Twitter, you can follow us at @loretonhsport – tweet us and use the hashtag #LetsGoLoreto and we’ll retweet as many as we can!

If you’re on Facebook, our page is at www.facebook.com/loretonhsport

Sport Contacts Term 3 2021

Primary

  • IPSHA Sports Co-ordinator – Miss Georgia Boric
  • Midweek Activities Co-ordinator – Miss Georgia Boric

Secondary

For future reference, all IGSA competitions including the full draw points table, venue lists and wet weather details are also available from the IGSA website here

 

Mr David Brock

Acting Head of Sport

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