New Principal – Mr Kyle Thompson

Date: September 2, 2017

Watch this short video introduction from the new Principal at SCOTS PGC College during his recent visit. We are planning

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New Principal Announced

Date: July 26, 2017

New College Principal to commence in Term 4, 2017 Click the link below to read more. New Principal_Media Release_Kyle Thompson

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Tartan 2016

Date: June 20, 2017

To view a flipbook of the 2016 Tartan Yearbook please click on the link below: Tartan 2016 Yearbook   <!–

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Zonta Breakfast for International Women’s Day

Date: March 13, 2017

In Week 7, Zonta held their annual International Women’s Day Breakfast at the Warwick RSL Kings Theatre. Guest Speakers included

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Darling Downs Swimming Selection

Date: March 3, 2017

Congratulations to Tom Winter, William Gilmore and Toby Gilmore who have been selected in the Darling Downs Swim Team to

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Swimming Success

Date: March 3, 2017

On Wednesday 1st March, five of our JAM students represented the Southern Downs at the Darling Downs Swimming Championships held at

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Where country values inspire excellence

Address:

60 Oxenham Street Warwick Queensland 4370

Email:

postbox@scotspgc.com.au

Phone:

+61 7 4666 9811

absentees:

+61 7 4666 9811

Fax:

+61 7 4666 9812

CONTACT SCOTS PGC

Sport

SCOTS PGC College has a proud record in sports achievement. Students gain tremendous benefit from healthy physical activity, team participation and the development of resilience that sport brings, not to mention the attainment of pure enjoyment.

SCOTS PGC College has an extensive offering in competitive sports and recreational activities with all students being encouraged to participate in either a team or individual pursuit. In the Senior School, the College focuses on four major team sports; Basketball, Rugby, Netball and Hockey. Teams are entered into local and regional competitions with fixtures played over the weekend. Throughout the year the College also offers a variety of recreational activities including Boxing, Clay Target Shooting, Futsal, Group Fitness classes, Gym, Indoor Cricket, Squash, Tennis and Volleyball.

Touch football is one of the fastest growing and most popular sports in Australia. Since its introduction to the College five years ago the School has witnessed a high level of participation and success. Students have the opportunity to represent the College at a number of school carnivals including the SCOTS PGC Invitational Carnival as well as regional and state tournaments. SCOTS PGC is also proud to organise and host the local junior competition in Term 4 for the Warwick community. A number of our students volunteer as coaches and officials to facilitate this competition.

Inter clan sport is an integral aspect of the sports programme at the College. It is conducted in the three core sports of swimming, cross-country and athletics with Inter clan championships held in each. Squad training takes place for each of these sports during the relevant season. Throughout the year students have the opportunity to follow a pathway to achieve representative honours in a broad range of sports. Students will be invited to trial for Border District and Southern Downs teams and if successful will attend Darling Downs Regional Trials. Students who are chosen to represent Darling Downs will have the opportunity to be selected for Queensland and Australian representative teams.

The Arranmore Sports programme for Junior and Middle School students has proven to be highly successful and continues to evolve and improve, developing core skills for all of our students and allowing us to field sporting teams in a variety of competitions. Arranmore Sports provides the opportunity for both individual and team success with the great variety it offers.

In terms two and three, Arranmore students have the opportunity to represent the College in Junior Rugby and Netball. Touch Football, Tennis and Basketball are also a focus throughout the year. Middle School students are encouraged to participate in the three core sports of swimming, cross country and track and field with squad training available for all of these activities. Students who are chosen to represent Southern Downs will have the opportunity to be selected for regional, Queensland and Australian representative teams.

Our Junior School sports programme introduces students to a broad range of games, sports and physical activities that are designed to develop confidence and proficiency in fundamental movement skills. These activities progress to more games and sports-specific skills in non-competitive and competitive environments that foster positive feelings of success and enjoyment.

Interclan Sport

Sport-Core

Interclan sport is an integral aspect of the sports programme at SCOTS PGC. It’s also a strong part of our heritage and tradition. Students are assigned a Clan house upon arriving at SCOTS PGC and remain in that house for the duration of their school years. There are four Clans:

Cameron

Macinnes

Leslie

Mackay

Junior School students are introduced to the three core sports of swimming, cross country and track & field with Interclan championships being held in each. Whilst we recognise the overall winning Clan, we do not award Age Champions in the Junior School.  Interclan competition is also conducted in ball games.

Middle School Interclan sport is conducted in the three core sports of swimming, cross country and track & field with Interclan championships being held in each. Inter-school competition is also conducted in ball games, netball and rugby league.

Senior School Interclan sport is conducted in the three core sports of swimming, cross country and track & field with Interclan championships being held in each. Interclan competition is also conducted in cricket, rugby sevens and volleyball.

Arranmore Sport

Sport-Arranmore

Arranmore Sport is an exciting Junior and Middle School co-curricular sports programme. The focus of the programme is skill development and participation, conducted in an atmosphere of good sportsmanship and fair play. Students are introduced to a variety of sports with a focus on the team sports played in the Senior School.

In terms two and three, Arranmore students have the opportunity to represent the College in Junior Rugby and Netball. The development of skills in Touch Football, Tennis and Basketball are also a focus throughout the year. Students are encouraged to participate in the three core sports of Swimming, Cross Country and Track and Field with squad training available for all of these activities. Students who are chosen to represent Southern Downs will have the opportunity to be selected for regional, Queensland and Australian representative teams.

Our Junior and Middle School Health and Physical Education programme introduces students to a broad range of games, sports and physical activities that are designed to develop confidence and proficiency in fundamental movement skills. These activities progress to more games and sports-specific skills in non-competitive and competitive environments that foster positive feelings of success and enjoyment.

Touch

Sport-Touch

Touch football is one of the fastest growing and most popular sports in Australia. Since its introduction to the College five years ago the School has witnessed a high level of participation and success. Teams are nominated in Warwick competition. Students also have the opportunity to represent the College at a number of school carnivals including the SCOTS Invitational Carnival as well as regional and state tournaments. SCOTS is also proud to organise and host the local junior competition in Term 4 for the Warwick community. A number of our students volunteer as coaches and officials to facilitate this competition

In 2015 the College has introduced Rugby 7’s and this has seen our boys competing Australia’s most prestigious boys 7’s tournament in Sydney. We are planning on hosting our own tournament later in 2015 and early indicators suggest that this will be very well received within the Southern Downs Rugby community.

Touch Football has proved to be a highly popular sport in its own right and as a lead into Rugby, Rugby 7’s. Students selected for representative teams train regularly in the mornings and afternoons during the week . Teams play in competitions locally and throughout around the state at invitational carnivals where they represent the College with great pride.

Throughout the year students have the opportunity to complete strength and conditioning, coaching and refereeing courses. They also assist with the administration of the SCOTS PGC Invitational Carnival and the delivery of the Touch unit for the ‘Arranmore’ sports programme.

Representative Sport

Sport-BBasketball

Throughout the year skilled students have the opportunity to achieve representative honours in a broad range of sports.

Students are invited to trial for Border District teams and if successful will attend Darling Downs Regional Trials. Students who are chosen to represent Darling Downs will have the opportunity to be selected for Queensland and Australian representative teams.

Core Sports

Sport-Core

Cross Country

Squad training takes place during Term 1 and Term 2. Students will have the opportunity to represent the College at the Border District and Darling Downs carnivals as well as other invitational meets.

Training – Age 10 years to Open

Term 1 (week 7 – 9) & Term 2 (week 1 – 6) meet at John Muir Sports Centre
 on Tuesday & Thursday (7:00am – 8:00am)

Key Dates

Pre-season Camp – 14 & 15 April
Junior / Middle / Senior Interclan Carnival – 3 May
Border District Carnival – 7 May
Darling Downs Carnival – 28 May

Swimming

Squad training takes place during Term 1 and Term 4. Students will have the opportunity to represent the College at the Border District and Warwick All Schools carnivals as well as other invitational meets. For more information please see Mr McGregor-Lowndes upstairs in the John Muir Sports Centre.

Training – Age 10 years to Open

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 
(Week 1 – 4) + Term 4
Senior School 5:45am – 6:45am
 / Middle School 7:00am – 8:00am

Carnivals

Border District – 12 Feb
Southern Downs – 12 Feb
Warwick All Schools – 18 Feb

Interclan

Junior / Middle – 25 Mar
Senior Term 4

Track & Field

Squad training takes place during Term 2 and Term 3. Students will have the opportunity to represent the College at the Border District and Warwick All Schools carnivals as well as other invitational meets.

Training – Age 10 years to Open

Term 2 (week 7 – 9) and Term 3 (week 1 – 6)
Meet at Briggs Oval on Wednesday & Friday (7:00am – 8:00am)

Carnivals

Junior/ Middle carnival is 30th
July Senior Carnival is 31st July
BD Carnival- 4th August
WSSSA Carnival- 13th August
DD Championships- 3rd September (Track) & 4th September (Field)

Club Sport

Sport-GBasketball

Club sport is offered in rugby, hockey, netball and basketball and available from Year 7 to Year 12. Fixtures are usually on a Saturday or one night of the week.

Recreational Sport

Sport-Recreation

Recreational sport is ideal for those students who like to maintain their fitness whilst participating in something more social. Currently we offer recreational sport in boot camp, gym, squash and touch. The sports are available for Year 9 and above and offered after school or at night.

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