Inclusive Sport



ISP AFL Carnival

The ACC ISP AFL carnival is an intergrated sporting event for ACC students with a disability and mainstream students. The event involves modified AFL games played throughout the day culminating in a grand final at the end of the event. Any student with a disability (Years 7 to 12), whether enrolled in an Education Support unit or not, is eligible to attend.

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Lawn Bowls

The NO LIMITS Lawn Bowls Carnival was first introduced in 2017. 

The integrated bowling competition incorporated the Jack Attack modiefied format. A great game that enables maximum particpation and quick rounds of games.

This event is supported by Bowls WA and Floreat Bowling Club.



The Inaugural Integrated Cricket Carnival was held in November, 2018 at Alderbury Reserve, Perry Lakes.

This event follows the modified Rapid Fire format which enables all students to particpate equally and fairly in a team environmet. This fast flowing game creates maximum particpation where all players bat and field each round.

The event is supported by WACA and Cricket Australia SEDA group.

2019: Friday 15th November, Alderbury Reserve, Perry Lakes


The NO LIMITS Integrated Netball Carnival was first introduced in 2017.

Held at the State Netball Centre, teams recieve specialised coaching and skill development before playing rounds of netball in their school teams.

Suppported by Netball WA and the integrated netball clubs of WA, this carnival allows for players to hone their skills for upcoming Incluisve Netball Carnivals and the opportunity to play in WA State Netball Teams. E.G. Marie Little Shield


Soccer has always a popular sport with our inclusive students.

The first NO LIMITS Integrated Soccer Carnival was held in August, 2017.

This outdoor soccer carnival enables school teams to experience coaching and skill development from an ACC school. This has been conducted by the students from Irene McCormack CC.

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