Surf life saving commenced at TAS in 1967, as the service component for the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme introduced at the school earlier that year. For the first few years, the boys did their training at Nambucca Heads, and during the 1990s, with Yamba SLSC. Currently the relationship is with Sawtell SLSC, where boys spend several days during the year and then an intensive week of training and assessment in November.
In order to attain their surf bronze medallion, the boys must learn rescue techniques, compete a fitness test and be competent in resuscitation and defibrillation techniques.
Please refer the the links below for detailed information about Surf Life Saving activities throughout 2014.