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20 A healthy active lifestyle is promoted through the Schools extensive Sport and Outdoor Education programs. Junior School students develop motor skills ball skills and fitness before engaging in game situations. In Years 5 and 6 House competition interschool competition and exposure to sports including athletics swimming cross-country netball soccer and football assist in each childs physical and social development. Independence and confidence are also fostered through the Year 6 camp and study tour experience. Students in the Middle and Senior schools compete in the Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria winter and summer Active for life competitions conducted on Saturday mornings. An appreciation of team commitment camaraderie school spirit sportsmanship and discipline emerges along with the leadership and skill development the program affords. These lessons are further consolidated through the keen good-natured rivalry demonstrated during House competition in athletics swimming and cross-country.