Since 2012, National Health & Physical Education Day has been the annual day on the calendar to raise awareness of and advocate for the value of HPE in Australian schools. The aim is to highlight the importance and impact on learning potential and wellbeing of all children, the benefit to all schools, and the valuable contribution to the wider community.


This year National HPE Day is celebrated on Thursday 12 September. Activities will be run throughout Week 8 here at Mazenod.


For more information about the day and on how families can participate, click on this link:

National Health and Physical Education Day



The Health & Physical Education Department will be running the following activities:

  • Ride or Walk to School Day (New date updated  to: Thursday 12 September)



Join in the “Ride or Walk to School” event and enjoy a healthy breakfast snack provided by the Health and Physical Education. Parents/Guardians who join their sons on “Ride or Walk to School” will also be able to enjoy a healthy breakfast to start the day. Breakfast will be served from 8:10am from the garden area next to the top oval.


For catering purposes, please register below.

Register online using this link  to receive a breakfast voucher. 


  • Fitness Testing Record Attempts

Students are invited to test themselves against the best in the Beep Test, Vertical Leap, 20m Sprint and other fitness tests. These will take place during lunch on Monday 9th  – Friday 13th September.

  • Rowing Machine Challenge

How many meters can you row on the rowing machine in 1 minute? Year 7-9 Wed 11th @ lunchtime, Year 10-12 Friday 13th @ lunchtime outside the gym.

  • HPE/Sport/Nutrition Facts in daily notices – Monday to Friday
  • Physical Education Quiz (Form time) – Monday to Friday



Other activities: Form quiz, daily facts about nutrition & physical activities in the daily notices.

Only students with a legitimate chance of breaking the current record for their year group are asked to attempt the fitness testing activities on Monday - Thursday. Have a look in the gym if you are not sure of the record. All other students are invited to come down and spectate. You can have a go if there is time towards the end of lunch.


Tim Grabski

Head of Health and Physical Education

Junior Basketball


Mazenod Juniors finished second in the South Finals to earn a spot in the SSWA All Schools Grand Final.

After winning the Hills Division of the SSWA Junior Basketball Competition in week 5 they advanced to the South Finals. Placed in a tough group with several schools boasting scholarships and basketball programs Mazenod proved to be a tough match. Mazenod won 4 of the 5 group games they played.


First up Mazenod beat Comet Bay 28-19, followed by a 24-16 win against Lumen Christi before succumbing to perennial powerhouses Willetton 26-15. Mazenod overcame a scare against St Norberts, despite finding ourselves 10-0 up within two minutes, Norberts hit back almost as quickly in a fantastic game for the spectators. Mazenod did enough to hold out for a 34-31 win. The final group game saw Mazenod win 33-19 against Seton College.


These results saw us secure second place in our group and a semi final game against Rockingham. In another good game Mazenod ran out winners to see us play Willeton in the South of the River Grand Final. Sadly again the strength of Willeton was too much for us as Willeton ran out rightful winners.


Finishing second in the South division sees us heading to Bendat Stadium on Monday 16 September to play the second placed team in the Northern division for the All Schools title.


Ross Websdale


Y10 House Basketball Competition


Over the past term and a bit, Year 10 have had a 3v3 basketball competition going on. This is one of the best House events at Mazenod with a strong turn out each year. This year the Year 10’s had a total of 24 teams, 9 participating from Cebula. It was a good first few rounds of the competition with strong showings from Tempier 1, Cebula 1, Cebula 3 and Grandin 1, with Grandin 1 being heavy favorites going into the later rounds. Eventually Tempier 1 with Zane Struthers, Kyden Roberts and Max Tangney went on to upset Grandin 1 (Jason Moore, Kiarn Linaker and Jack Jago) in a 11 to 10 victory in the semifinals, with Max Tagney hitting a deep contested 3 pointer for the win.


The other Semifinals match was held in the gym on Thursday lunchtime of Week 6 with Cebula 1 winning over Cebula 3. This game started to look like a blow out with Matthew Schilling, Eli Jarvis and Hamish O’Neil firing on all cylinders with a score of 10 to 0. Cebula 3 with Aaron Trust, Steven Midd and Keegan Victor had other ideas and brought the game back to within two points. Eli Jarvis decided to take matters into his own hands driving and scoring a layup to move on to the Grand Final vs Tempier 1.



The grand final was held in the gym during Thursday assembly the same day. The game was off to a good start with neither team giving an inch in a very tight contest. Eventually, Matthew Schilling caught fire scoring 4 buckets in a row, his streak ended only when Kyden Roberts scored a layup to cut the lead to 3 and provided Tempier with some hope. Matthew eventually drove in for the layup and got fouled hard. He got the ball from the top and drove in again, this time scoring the layup to secure Cebula the 3v3 title with a 11 to 7 win over Tempier.         


  Jack Pasznicki 


Year 7 WAFC v Darling Range Sporting College


Yesterday the Year 7 WAFC football team travelled to Darling Range Sports College to play in the WAFC competition. With both teams undefeated in the competition it was going to be a tough game, however Mazenod dominated the game from start to finish, running out winners 4.5 (29) vs DRSC 1.2 (8). Big thanks to Mr Floyd for coaching the team on the day and to all the parents who travelled to the game to support the boys. Our next game is against Helena College next Wednesday 11th September.

ACC Athletics Team 2019

The following students have been selected in the Mazenod College 2019 ACC Athletics Team. The students will be competing in the ACC A Division Carnival on Wednesday 18 September at the State Athletics Centre.


Well done to all students who have been training hard over the past 6 weeks and best of luck in the competition.

ACC Athletics Final Training Session

Students in the ACC Athletics Team are reminded that our last training session is next  Tuesday 10 September. All students in the team are reminded to get their permission slips returned to the PE office ASAP. Information regarding our last session and permission slip is attached.


ACC Athletics Captain 2019


Well done to Benjamin Dupont who has been selected as ACC Athletics Captain for 2019. Benjamin has been part of the ACC Athletics Team since he started in Year 7 and has been an outstanding leader on the track and at training sessions in the lead up to the carnival. Well done Ben on your achievement and best of luck to the team in the A Division Carnival.

Mazenod College Golf Championships

Students are reminded that the Mazenod Golf Championships are on Friday 27 September at Hartfield Golf Course. Nominations forms are due in next Monday 9 September. 


Where: Hartfield Golf Club, Hartfield Road, Forrestfield

When: Friday 27 September

Time: 11:00am Tee-off

Cost: $20 for 9 Holes, payable on the day

Winners will be announced afterwards in the clubrooms at approximately 2:30pm

The event will be stroke event, no handicaps.

Year Champion for each year level

Junior Champion: Years 7 – 9

Senior Champion: Year 10 - 12

Please complete this Registration Form and return it to the PE Office by Monday 9  September to register your participation.