Shooting Goals Program


Shooting Goals Program places a strong focus on a comprehensive three hour a week netball curriculum linked to the Health and Physical Education learning outcomes. This allows students to be extended in the physical, technical, tactical and mental components of netball.

Participants in the program are encouraged to apply their acquired skills within the community, benefiting local sporting organisations with qualified coaches, umpires, trainers and administrators.

Students in year 11 and 12 complete nationally accredited certificates in Sport & Recreation. This enables students to fast-track into tertiary education and places them in an advantaged position for tertiary entrance.

There are many co-curricular opportunities that participants can access through their involvement in the Shooting Goals Program. These include:

  • International Tour to New Zealand
  • Camps and carnivals within the Pilbara, based in Hedland, Newman and Broome
  • Incentive trips to reward outstanding achievement
  • Competitions against other netball schools
  • Community Involvement through Net Set Go coaching and umpiring
  • Umpiring at Port Hedland Netball Association local competitions and events
  • Fundraising events and opportunities



The Shooting Goals Program is led by former Perth Orioles and West Coast Fever netballer Tracey Swami (nee Pemberton).  Tracey holds a current Advanced Coaching Accreditation as well as being a National B Badged Umpire.

Class teachers who are also involved in the program are Foundation accredited netball coaches and have played the game at different levels. They are highly trained Health and Physical Education teachers offering a wide range of specialised skill sets.



a-bit-of-queenstown-shopping EXPECTATIONS OF STUDENTS

There are a select number of places available for this program every year. Students who are selected to be involved with the Shooting Goals Program are expected to be role models and leaders within the school community and also in the local community.

All students are expected to have outstanding behaviour throughout all aspects of school life and maintain a high level of academic achievement. All Shooting Goals students are expected to be present at, and be involved in, all co-curricular activities and community events.


Year 7 students who wish to apply to be a part of the Shooting Goals program will need to complete an application form and have it signed by their parent/guardian.   This will be followed by an interview if required. Students will also be viewed during transition at Hedland Senior High School.


To obtain further information please contact Hedland Senior High School:

45 Roberts Street South Hedland WA 6722

Phone: (08) 9172 8000

Tracey Swami – Shooting Goals Program Manager –