|12 Aug 2021|
In alignment with the most recent updates regarding the Stay at Home orders for Greater Sydney and some NSW regions, as well as NSW Health orders, all sport training, competition and activities have been suspended until further notice.
The Sport Department will keep the Loreto Normanhurst Community updated as often as practicable about return to sport, training, and competitions based on government advice and advice from the Loreto Normanhurst Leadership Team.
A reminder to engage with the Sport Department's Online Health and Wellbeing Program for Primary and Secondary School Students for Term 3!
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.
Congratulations to Sophie Kavanagh (Year 11) who has been elected as the 2022 Sports Captain. We are looking forward to working closely with you to ensure all students at Loreto Normanhurst can become the best sportswomen they can be!
Congratulations to Greta Kraszula ('20) who has been granted an exciting four-year Football scholarship at Virginia Commonwealth University. We are so happy we were able provide opportunities to support Greta's football pathway and foster a lifelong passion for the sport.
Congratulations to Sophie Dwyer ('19), who has been selected into the 2021/2022 Australian Netball Development Squad. In addition, she has also been invited to the Australian Diamonds camp.
Congratulations to Sophie Earle (Year 12) who has successfully completed and been granted her Gold Award. Sophie 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!
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 email@example.com.
|Mrs Kristie Greville||Miss Georgia Boric||Mr Stephen Charters||Mr David Brock||Mr Ian Edmunds||Mrs Laura Bryan|
Cross Country Pathway
IGSA Touch Football
Hayden Fitness Centre
IPSHA Sports and Carnivals
LN Activities Program
LN Invitational Badminton
IGSA Water PoloAthletics Pathway
CricketDuke of Edinburgh's International Award
|Rowing||The Duke of Edinburgh's Award|
We love seeing photos of our girls enjoying sport and movement, even while learning remotely. Please send through any snaps you get to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, visit our LN Sport Facebook page.
For future reference, for IGSA competitions the full draw points table, venue lists and wet weather details are also available from the IGSA website here. For Hills Netball full draw, points table and wet weather updates, please visit the HDNA website.
Mr David Brock
Acting Head of Sport
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