School Sport Victoria (SSV) is the peak body for School Sport in Victoria. SSV is a sub-committee of the Department of Education and Training.
School Sport Victoria is a merge of the Victorian Primary Schools' Sports Association and the Victorian Secondary Schools' Sports Association that occurred during 2009 and was established January 1, 2010. The two member associations have steered a school sport program for over 2,300 schools, all Victorian primary schools, government and non-government and all Victorian government secondary schools. These two associations existed for over 100 years providing an ongoing interschool sport program for Victorian students.
School Sport Victoria will actively promote school sport for all Victorian school students as a means of supporting schools programs in developing their students' health and wellbeing. School Sport Victoria will do this by:
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To be the State and National leader in providing quality sporting opportunities in the school environment for all school age children in Victoria.
School Sport Victoria's Operating Procedures.
School Sport Victoria is very fortunate to have a wonderful group of ambassadors who support and advocate the importance of school sport. These include Olympic, World Championship and Commonwealth Games medallists and ground-breaking academics – all people who have attained the pinnacle of their career. SSV is indebted to each and every one of them who volunteer their time to promote school sport in a variety of roles.
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competition pathways and progressions.
Join over 2000 Victorian primary and secondary schools in accessing a wide range of school sport programs and benefits provided through School Sport Victoria (SSV).
This includes enabling your students to access the 650,000+ participation opportunities in interschool sport and over 900 opportunities to represent Victoria (Team Vic) at School Sport Australia Championships.
The ordinary membership of SSV consists of each of the classes listed below.
Only Full and Associate member schools compete in interschool competitions organised by SSV. Students attending schools that are affiliated with SSV for the current year are eligible to trial and participate in SSV interstate (Team Vic) representative teams.
Qualifications: Any Government School
Qualifications: Any Non-Government Primary School or Non-Government Secondary School which:
(A) does not participate in a regular school sport competition for students in year levels 7 to 12 conducted by another secondary school sport organisation; and
(B) is approved for admission to a Division as an Associate Member in accordance with the criteria prescribed by the SSV Board.
Qualifications: Any Non-Government Secondary School that participates in a regular school sport competition for students in year levels 7 to 12 conducted by another secondary school sport organisation.
Full and Associate Members
As an SSV full or associate member school, you receive the following benefits:
As an SSV affiliate member school, you receive the following benefits:
Full access for your students to participate in the SSV interstate (Team Vic) program
Access for your students facing financial hardship who are selected to represent Team Vic to apply to the Sports Excellence Scholarship Fund
Monthly SSV e-bulletins sent to your school to keep you up to date with school sport in Victoria
Schools will be sent an invoice for your 2020 SSV Membership Fees in the week commencing Feb 3, 2020. These are to be processed within 30 days of receipt – so that your school and students can access the range of benefits of being a member of SSV.
President: Tony Goodwin (Murtoa Secondary College)
Vice President: Fiona Taylor (Western Heights College)
David Russell (Parkdale College; Principal Southern Metropolitan Representative)
Jason Mc Bean (Laurimar Primary School; Northern Metropolitan Representative)
Jocelyn Ziebell (Tallangatta Secondary College; Hume Region Representative)
Kellie Catanese (Footscray City College; Teacher Representative)
Kendall Clarke (The Grange P-12; Western Metropolitan Representative)
Kevin Oakey (Jells Park Primary School; Eastern Metropolitan Representative)
Lee Jarvis (Truganina South Primary School; Teacher Representative)
Rachael Buck (Noorat Primary School; Greater Western Representative)
Sarah Swilks (Brentwood Secondary College; Teacher Representative)
Scott Ross (White Hills Primary; Loddon Mallee Representative)
Sebastian Scanu (Epping Views Primary; Teacher Representative)
Peter Wright (Sports Excellence Scholarship Fund)
DET Representative: Kim Ryan (Director - Statewide Services)
Chief Executive Officer: Rayoni Nelson
Positions coming up for re-election:
- Gippsland Region (2 Years)