At Belmont Intermediate School we believe the lessons learnt from participating in sport are important to a student’s development and we encourage all students to participate in sports throughout the year. Participation encourages good health, success, friendships, as well as enhancing team building and individual confidence.

Our school offers a large range of sporting disciplines and is involved in many local and national sporting events which provides our students with the opportunity to gain experience across a variety of sporting codes. With the support of our staff, parents, the community and a dedicated Sports Coordinator, we aim to provide excellent sports facilities, equipment and programmes.

Payment, registration and parent help
Payment and registration for all sports must be made using our Online Shop. Parents who are able to help with coaching, managing, umpiring or transport will be prompted to enter their details at the point of payment on our Online Shop.

Sports Coordinator
For all sports queries or to obtain further information, please contact our Sports Coordinator at


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Sports Notices

Touch Rugby - Term 4
Students wishing to play touch rugby after school on Thursdays in term 4, please sign up on the sports noticeboard. We will not be running trials. Registrations will be open on the online shop soon.

Basketball Zone Days
Good luck to our girls and boys basketball teams who are competing at the North Harbour zone days on 13 and 14 August.

Cross Country Zone Day
Congratulations to the following students who placed in the top ten at the recent North Harbour cross country zone day:

Alfie Steedman - 1st Year 8 Boys
Sascha Letica - 2nd Year 8 Girls, Jodie Nash - 5th Year 8 Girls
Dominic Cook - 6th Year 7 Boys
Piper Lodge - 7th Year 7 Girls
Good luck to these 5 students who have qualified for the Auckland Champs on 3 September.

Squash Zone Day
Congratulations to Henry Griffiths, Lucas Pringle and Henry Thorpe who won the recent North Harbour squash zone day. Well done also to our girls team of Justine Pausch, Sarah Bowden and Heather Bowden who finished runners up in the girls competition.

Sports Camp
Congratulations to all the students who competed at the recent sports camp. The team finished in third place winning 8 individual trophies.

AIMS Games
Congratulations to all the students who have been selected to take part in AIMS Games in September.


Sports payments - click here for the online shop.


After School Sports 

We encourage all students to participate in sports throughout the year, encouraging friendships, good health, success, participation, team and individual confidence building.

After school sports offered at Belmont Intermediate School and information relating to them are shown in the table below. see more

Zone Days

Belmont Intermediate School participates in the Harbour Sports Zone Days where intermediate schools across North Harbour compete in a number of sporting codes.  see more

Sports Code of Conduct

All students who wish to play sport at Belmont Intermediate School are required to commit fully to the teams they play for and full attendance at training and games is expected.  see more

TGS Rowing

For information on rowing at Takapuna Grammar School click here.




Sports Camp

Date:  1 - 5 July 2019
Cost:  TBC (approximately $400, covers bus, food and accommodation)
Venue:  Totara Springs, Matamata

Each year Belmont Intermediate School participates in the Intermediate School Sports Camp held at Totara Springs, located 10 minutes out of Matamata.

Teams of around 35 students compete against other schools in more than 35 sporting events. Camps start on a Monday afternoon and finish on Friday at lunch time.  see more

AIMS Games

Date:  8 - 13 September 2019
Cost:  Various, depending on sport
Venue:  Mt Maunganui, Tauranga

The NZCT AIMS GAMES is a strategic partnership between Sport Bay of Plenty, the four Western Bay Intermediate Schools and the Tauranga City Council. The games are held in Tauranga with individual and team sports organised and run to a high standard.

The sporting championships give 11, 12 and 13 year olds an opportunity to compete as an individual or in a team against the best of their age in twenty different sports.  see more