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Physical Education and Sport

Inala State School provides many pathways for students to engage in sport and physical activity.

All students in years Prep - Year  6 participate in scheduled Physical Education classes that are aligned to HPE National Curriculum as well as QCAA HPE curriculum. Examples of physical learning activities include: Swimming & Water Safety, Fundamental Movement Skills, Developing Gross & Fine Motor Skills, Applying Gross & Fine Motor Skills in Physical Activities, Minor Games & Traditional Sports, as well as Track & Field. Students also learn about the importance of playing together, getting along and fair play.
 
Inala State School conducts a house sports system comprising of three houses: BARRAKADAN - Boomerang,  MUNGAR - Blue Gum Tree and NGURUM - Emu.
                                              


 
All students belong to a house and compete for their house during the three annual inter-house carnivals of Cross country, Athletics and Swimming. From these three carnivals students are selected to represent Inala State School at district carnivals for each sport. They then have the opportunity to be selected from district carnivals to represent at higher levels.
 
Inala State School is affiliated to the Metropolitan West School Sport Board. As well as three inter-house carnivals, students at Inala State School have the opportunity to trial for all sports supported by Met West Sport. Students will first trial at a district level. If successful they will become a member or the Inala Primary Schools District Team. As a member of this team they will then trial at the Met West regional level with pathways available to continue as high as state and national representative levels.
 
Inala State School is a member of the Inala Primary Districts School Sports Association. Students in years 4, 5 and  6 at Inala State School compete in two inter-school sport seasons. The sports offered include rugby league, netball, soccer, touch football, basketball and Aussie Rules. Inala State School also participates in numerous Sport Gala Days and one day sports carnivals throughout the year.
 
Physical education and sport is highly valued at Inala State School and all students are encouraged to participate in as many activities as they can. Inala State School is continuously striving to further students abilities, understanding and appreciation of sport and physical activity.