OPEN DAY INVITATION
You are invited to find out more about our school at our next
Friday 24 October
9.00am to 11.00am
Attend a presentation on how our school day operates and our approach to academics and sport, meet our staff and have a tour of the school.
The tour finishes at 10.30am at our School Café where we invite you to share a sample of the healthy and delicious food our students enjoy everyday.
For enquiries please call 02 4302 9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please arrive by 9.00am
We are still accepting students from year 3 through to year 10 for term 4 this year.
Year 7 applications for 2015 into our football program will be closing very soon. For prospective football students for year 7 in 2015 our last trial day for this cohort is August the 18th with first round offers being sent out following this trial.
Year 7 applications for 2015 into our Tennis program are still being accepted.
Year 10 applications for 2014 and Year 11 for 2015 will be closing very soon.
Applications for 2015 in years 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 are now being taken and trial dates for this year are being scheduled. Join us as we take part in an exciting and innovative academic program incorporating a full time daily football/tennis program. To apply for a trial day please visit here.
Our IFS team:
International Football School opened a new school on the NSW Central Coast on the 30th January, 2013. The school is located in the Mt Penang Parklands, Kariong and our classrooms are in some of the beautiful heritage listed buildings on the site. We have a bus service available from various pickup points on the Central Coast which connect with Gosford train station. IFS has vacancy in classes 3 through 10, however, our senior classes are filling quickly. IFS is registered with the NSW Board of Studies and is authorised to operate our school in 2014 for the above year groups. In 2015 our first year 12 class will complete their HSC.
International Football School offers a full time football program where all of our students are part of an elite football development program that incorporates their full senior primary and secondary education.
BALANCE IN LEARNING
International Football School values learning and will deliver an educational program that values all key learning areas. Subjects such as English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Technology, Language and PDHPE are taught in a project based style, where possible, to maximise student engagement and ensuring authentic learning opportunities. Some of the features of our education are:-
- Delivery of the NSW Board of Studies Curriculum requirements.
- Introduction of the National Curriculum in 2014.
- Innovative project based learning environment.
- Low staff to student ratios.
- Team based learning enviroment which focuses on co-operative learning.
- Focus on individual support as required.
BALANCE IN LIVING
International Football School values balance in our students lives. Students are encouraged to work on their personal development at every opportunity which can help them as individuals, team members, family members and citizens. Our football and education program will be delivered during the school day so that students can go home and spend time with their families, follow other interests and have time to contribute to their local community.
BALANCE IN PLAY
International Football School values balance in our football program. We endeavour to create a non-competitive football environment that focuses on individual skills and also focuses on learning the benefits of relying on their team members. Some of the features of our football program will be:-
- Up to 2 hours of football training a day, 5 days a week.
- Game play in local, state and national competitions during the week and on weekends.
- Full time coaching staff that will provide individual feedback on a regular and consistent basis.
- Providing pathways for players, coaching, refereeing, marketing, administration and other areas of football and sport in general.
- Delivery of Football Federation Australia’s (FFA) national curriculum.