Tennis Information

Below are the College's latest Tennis information.

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2019 Reabold AMT and JT Hardcourt Tournament & 10's

Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 September 2019.  This competition will enable students to apply game skills and strategies acquired through the Specialist Tennis Program in match situations as well as extending their self-management and interpersonal skills.  Venue: Reabold Tennis Club, Cnr Oceanic Drive and Howtree Place, Floreat.  Depart College: 7am, return to College 5.30pm. For clothing and other items required, please see permission slip available here.

Tennis Match Play Days 2019

Friday 22 February, 10 May, 28 June, 9 August, 20 September and Thursday 24 October 2019.  This excursion allows students to further expand their skill development, self- management and interpersonal skills through participation in Tennis Match play. Additionally students will also help with the logistics of operating a Tennis Competition on the day.  Venue:  Robertson Park Tennis Centre.  Depart College 9.00am, return to College 2.45pm. For clothing and other items required, please see permission slip available here.

Year 10  Golf and Squash 2019

Golf: Wednesday 5, 19 and 26 June and 3 July 2019. Squash: Wednesday 24 and 31 July, 7, 14 and 21 August 2019.  This activity will allow Year 10 Tennis students to further expand their self-management, interpersonal and fitness skills through participating in sporting activities other than tennis.  Venue: Golf: Maylands Peninsula Golf Club, Squash: Mirrabooka Squash World.  Golf: Depart College  9.55am, return to College 11.50am.  Squash: Depart College 9.50am, return to College 11.50am.  For clothing and other items required, please see permission slip available here.

Australian Open Tour 2020

12-17 January 2020.  Tennis Academy students are invited to travel to Melbourne  to experience the Australian Open Tennis Tournament.  The proposed trip will include two days at the Australian Open including tickets to Rod Laver Arena and visiting local tourist attractions tourist attractions. The trip will provide students with the opportunity to develop their tennis skills in an interstate
environment. This will also be a great opportunity for students to improve their interpersonal and self management skills. In order for the excursion to proceed, we require a minimum of 12 students.  Further information and the expression of interest form is available here.