60 Years







at NCC

Sport at Nunawading Christian College is a major part of developing teamwork and character. Our students learn sportsmanship, teamwork, resilience, respect and determination among many other traits, through a variety of sporting opportunities available throughout the year.

Nunawading Christian College employs dedicated sport and physical development staff in both the primary and secondary to develop and encourage sporting ability and sportsmanship in our students.

Kids sack game

EISM Sport

NCC Secondary students participate in the weekly Eastern Independent Schools of Melbourne sporting competition. Our students compete against other independent schools sports teams in a variety of team and individual sports including:

  • Touch Football
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Table Tennis
  • Cricket
  • Soccer
  • Futsal
  • And many more

After school and lunch time training sessions are often arranged by teachers to help students to develop their skills and team dynamics for competition.

Recently, our junior and senior boys touch football teams were EISM premiers in their division. And our EISM senior boys volleyball team were also premiers.

Sports Carnivals

Each year Nunawading Christian College Primary and Secondary hold sporting carnivals for athletics, cross country and swimming (Secondary only). These carnivals are a chance for students to compete against each other and celebrate their sporting house colours.

Following our carnivals, students are selected to represent NCC at EISM carnivals and championships.

In-School Sports

Throughout term time, students are encouraged to participate in many sporting activities available on campus including after-school training and development, independent coaching programs and lunch-time competitions such as the Chuang cup, a staff vs students competition held each term.

Interschool Sport

Each term, selected NCC students participate in sporting competitions against our sister schools, Heritage College, Edinburgh College and Gilson College. Girls and boys participate in many team sports both on campus and at sister school campuses.

Nunawading school children together