KC Saints is the name which encompasses all of our sporting and other clubs. We are immensely pleased that we can offer the variety of sporting and club opportunities we do at Kalamunda Christian School.
This is made possible because we have a number of parents who volunteer to help coach teams. Without their commitment, dedication, passion and willingness to do so, we wouldn’t be in the position to successfully run the various sports for our students.
We are identified by our unique uniform which demonstrates our belonging to the Kalamunda Christian School community. Each sport has a different uniform, but they all display the school’s logo. The rationale behind wearing this uniform is about belonging, community, representation of our school and unity as a club. Players are required to wear the appropriate uniform when competing.
We believe that playing sport develops lifelong skills as well as values like discipline, commitment, teamwork and leadership. We place emphasis on physical fitness and sportsmanship and intend the activities to be for enjoyment and healthy competition. The essential elements of character-building and ethics in sports are embodied in the concept of sportsmanship and six core principles; trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and good citizenship.
In 2017 our swim squad is operating one morning a week, on Tuesdays, between 7:00am and 7:50am. Click here for more information
Basketball is one of the KC Saint's highest achieving sports. Boys and girls from Years 4-6 are welcome to play. Click here for more information
Netball is one of the winter sports we offer. Girls and boys can participate in various age groups and grades. The aim of our coaching is to develop skills and knowledge within an organised, enthusiastic and fun environment. Click here for more information
Soccer is offered from Pre-Primary through to Year 6. It is one of our most popular sports and we have more than 70 children taking part. Our soccer club is affiliated with WACFA; matches are played on Saturday mornings. Click here for more information
Sporting Schools Program
Sporting Schools is a government subsidised program to help children foster a lifelong interest in sport. Trained coaches are provided. There is no charge for Sporting Schools sports. Click here for more information
A number of lunchtime clubs are run for students to join throughout the year. Students can enrol at the start of each term once the clubs are known. Current examples include Colouring Club, Scrapbooking Club, X Box Club and Jewellery Making Club.