Riverstone High School

Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence

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Integrated Sport

For Years 8, 9 and 10 sport is timetabled separately throughout the normal school week and is taught predominantly by the PDHPE faculty. 

How does it run?

The year group is divided into equal teams and they compete in round robin competitions in different sports throughout the year. The team with the most points at the end of the year is awarded Integrated Sports Champion Team and is recognised at a formal assembly. 

There are also trophies awarded for:

- Integrated Sports Person of the Year: This is awarded to a male and female student who have excelled at sport throughout the year. They are always in the correct uniform and display a high level of skill across the sports played. Their conduct and attitude exhibit sportsmanship at all times.

- Integrated Sport Participation Award: This is awarded to a male and female student who have consistently participated with effort throughout the year. They are always changed into the correct uniform and try their best each lesson. Their conduct and attitude exhibit sportsmanship at all times.


Concussion Clearance

The Australian Medical Association recommends students being symptom free of concussion for 14 days before returning to sport.

If your child/ward sustains a concussion, or experiences any concussion symptoms, in the 14 day period prior to the event commencing, you must report this to team officials, and a medical clearance is required in order for your child/ward to participate in the event. 

Medical clearances can be attached to this consent form or can be submitted to team officials separately.

Important information

In the event of injury, no personal injury insurance cover is provided by the NSW Department of Education for students in relation to school sporting activities, physical education lessons or any other school activity. The Department’s public liability cover is fault-based and limited to breaches by the Department of its duty of care to students that may result in claims for compensation.

Parents/Carers are advised to assess the level and extent of their child’s involvement in the sport program offered by the school, school sport zone, region and state school sport Associations when deciding whether additional insurance cover is required prior to their child’s involvement in the program. Personal accident insurance cover is available through normal retail outlets.

Parents/Carers who have private ambulance cover need to check whether that cover extends to interstate travel and make additional arrangements, as considered appropriate.

The NSW Supplementary Sporting Injury Benefits Scheme, funded by the NSW Government, provides limited cover for serious injury resulting in the permanent loss of a prescribed faculty or the loss of use of certain prescribed parts of the body. The Supplementary Scheme does not cover medical costs or dental costs. Further information can be obtained from https://www.icare.nsw.gov.au/injured-or-ill-people/sporting-injuries/payments/#gref. Further information regarding student accident insurance and private health cover is provided at: https://app.education.nsw.gov.au/sport/file/1449.