Weekly Programs

Week A-B Program Structure

The set of events which run each week alternates between 2 programs named “Week A” and “Week B”.   Should a ‘meet’ (say, Week A Program) be cancelled (eg. due to rain), our usual practice is to run that Program (week A in this case) at the next opportunity, rather than to skip it.


For Tiny Tots

Tiny Tots (Under 5 Age Group) also follow a “Week A/B” pattern.  Most of their activities are conducted in a dedicated area, which includes a 50m track.   The exception is Long Jump, for which they use the main Long Jump facilities.   Most other activities are game & skills based.  Their program runs for about 45 minutes.


For Age Groups u6 – u17

The detailed program information for each Week is set out in the 2-page documents below, one for each of Week A and Week B.  For each Week, the first page lists the order in which Age Groups utilise individual Event facilities – this is intended for Parents Helpers (Officials) supervising individual events.   The second page lists, for each Age Group, the sequence of Events they perform.  [The links open at page 2.]

Program v15 – Wk A

Program v15 – Wk B

Note also that the programs above provide for most Age Groups to compete independently.  However, we typically find it convenient to combine some groups and specify which program it is to follow.  (We only combine groups who are already programmed to do the same set of events in the same week.)

Details for Season 2023-24 are:

  • U13 Boys + Girls combine into a single group and follow the U13 Girls program order.
  • U14-U17 Boys + Girls combine into a single group and follows the SEN G program order.

Note:  It is essential that each group does its scheduled events and only those events.  Results can only be recorded for Events appearing on the Program for that day for the particular Age Group. 


Multi-Event Program

On occasion we may schedule a special “multi-event” program which will be inserted here:


Parent Helper Signup

The Signup roster parents use to ‘signup’ for a duty at a given meet will specify which program is being run.  By consulting the program definitions above, you might be able to make a more convenient choice for your duty.