Welcome back to the world of PE and Sport in Semester 2.


This is indeed a busy semester in PE and Sport. We have many events taking place as well as lunch time activities, inter school competitions and Health & PE week to name but a few.


The PE department are also pleased to announce that the school community has raised $2790 for Head Space through #thepushupchallenge and collectively completed 114,263 push ups. These funds will help Head Space provide tailored and holistic mental health support for young people aged 12-25 years old. Thank you to all staff, students and families who were involved with the challenge either pushing or donating. This has been an amazing team effort.


At the start of Term 3 our Year 7 students went on some excursions to Edge Gymnastics to support their learning in Gymnastics. The Year 7s had lots of fun learning new skills and experiencing new activities. It was impressive to see how talented some of our students are.


Watch this space, Compass newsfeed and the schools social media for details of all of the PE and sports events and competitions happening this term.


Stay safe and stay active.


Ms Pemberton

Head of PE and Sport


On Monday 16 August we will be hosting the McKinnon Secondary College Athletics Trials at Dendy Park Athletics Track.


Students have been invited to complete a Google Form to express their interest to try out for the team. 


Events that students will be able to try out for are 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, Shot Put, Discus, High Jump, Long Jump and Triple Jump. 


Following the Athletics trials, successful students will represent the school at the Kingston Division Championships on Thursday 2 September at Duncan Mackinnon Reserve.


Wishing all our Athletes the best of luck.


Ms Pemberton 

Head of PE and Sport


McKinnon and Westall came together as the two undefeated schools in the Kingston Division on Friday 25 June. The competition was fierce, but McKinnon came out on top with the score of 6-0. 


Well done to the A team Ruchi Negi, Charlotte ChuDorothy Du, Joanna Wang, Lydia Song and Janet Wu. Good luck to them in the Southern Regional Finals on Thursday 19 August at Springers Leisure Centre!


Dorothy Du

Year 8A 


Throughout our journey of winning the Kingston Division we went through some tough times. At the start it played off easy, we won our matches without a loss however the finals versus Westall was met with close competition. Despite the fierce competition we won 5-1. We are so happy to win the Kingston Division Badminton League. 


The A team consisted of Brian Johnson, Lucas Li, Rohan Baker, Mohammed Abedi, Madhav Gokulanathan, Ryan Hu, Krish Chopra and Hugh Du Toit.


Brian Johnson

Year 8K