Schools have an important role in promoting sport through the co-curricular programmes they offer students. These programmes allow students to build on and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they develop in the school's physical education curriculum. Organised school sports programmes should neither be seen as substitutes for sport studies in this curriculum nor as the specific domain of physical education teachers.

The effective promotion and organisation of school sport should reflect the needs of students and ensure that all students have the opportunity to:

Term 1 2024 Sports Prizegiving

Railway Relay Cup 2024

It was a pleasure to take four of our confident swimmers to be the first to participate in the Railway Relay Cup.  This is a mini competition that will occur yearly against Durie Hill School, Churton School and ourselves, Whanganui East School.  The competition was originally between the Aramoho Swim Club and the Whanganui East Swim Club. Toddy Sollit wanted to bring this competition back and chose our three schools to participate in this yearly competition.

I was extremely proud of our swimmers. Sienna-Jay, Chrylah, Litia and Haydee.  You all represented yourselves and our school with pride.  I look forward to taking our next group back to Durie Hill School in 2024 to challenge Durie Hill and Churton for the trophy again.

Congratulations to Durie Hill School for winning it the year

Water Safety Skills 2024

Water Safety Skills - 2023

Rippa Rugby - 2023

Fun Run - 2023

Interschool Netball 2023

Interschool Football - 2023