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Updated 28/05/2020: The SBHS Fencing Training Program Policy is being updated due to the COVID-19 situation. Please note the changes taking place and be aware that the situation may continue to change as we get updates from the Department of Education and school direction.

Training Schedule:

MON
3:30pm – 5pm
WED
1pm – 3pm
WED
3:30pm – 5pm
THUR
1pm – 3pm
THUR
3:30pm – 5pm
SAT
8am – 12pm
Junior (yr 7)
Novice
 Training
(COLA)
Junior Sport
(COLA)
  
Junior (Yr 8-9)
Experienced
  Junior Sport
(COLA)
Training
(COLA)
Senior (yr 10-12)
Experienced

Senior Sport
(COLA)
Training
(COLA)  
 

Main Training venue (ALL TRAINING WILL BE AT THE COLA THIS SEASON)
COLA: Covered Outdoor Learning Area, A.K.A the cricket nets
The roll will be marked at the beginning of each training session in the COLA.

Sprints Training (NO SPRINTS THIS SEASON)
MPW: Moore Park West. For roll marking, please follow ID card scanning procedure at the SBHS Gymnasium as directed by your Sprints coach.

Wet weather
Fencing training is always on regardless of rain. If raining, Sprints Training is usually moved to inside the SBHS Gymnasium.

Medical Exemption
If a student is injured and unable to attend training and/or fixtures due to injury or a general medical condition, the student must:

  • In the case of a one-off injury, provide a note explaining the absence to the Head Teacher of Sport using the email: absences.sport@sbhs.nsw.edu.au
    Please also Carbon Copy (CC) the MIC of Fencing (HuynhD) in that email so that the MIC is kept in the loop.
  • In the case of an injury preventing attendance at more than one training session or fixture, provide a ‘Sydney Boys High School Sports Injury Report and Medical Certificate’ signed by the student’s doctor. This document can be downloaded from the school’s Parent Portal and, once completed, must be provided to the Head Teacher of Sport.
  • Alternatively, see the school’s physiotherapist for evaluation. The physiotherapist is available on Monday mornings between 7:00am and 9:00am in the school gymnasium.

A medical exemption may then be authorised by the head Head Teacher of Sport.

Please note that:

  • A medical note given to the coach or front office does not exempt a student from training and/or fixtures.
  • If absent from training or fixtures, students need to follow the protocols outlined on our school website in the ‘Sports Policy’ tab.
  • Students on medical exemption are not granted permission to go home during school sport unless given authority by the Deputy Principal via an early leavers pass.

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