27 September 2017
Participating in Sporting Schools has provided opportunities for children at Compton Primary School to get active, engaged and have fun in a wide variety of sports with ‘top notch’ coaches at no costs to their families.
27 September 2017
The National Rugby League launched its Sporting Schools Backyard League program in Tasmania recently at Collinsvale Primary School near Hobart.
27 September 2017A Shuttle Time teacher training course, held in partnership with the NSW Department of Education and Training Sport Unit, has helped Forestville Montessori School students enjoy the benefits of badminton in Term 3.
26 September 2017
That’s how much the average school fundraised for their sports programs last financial year by running their sports fundraising in partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF).
22 September 2017An increase in children’s self-confidence and well-being, and access to a wide variety of sports are among the many benefits one Tasmanian school has enjoyed since joining Sporting Schools in 2015.
28 August 2017Primary Schools can now sign up to Foxtel VIVA7s in Term 4. Foxtel VIVA7s introduces students to the skills and core values required to play traditional rugby XVs and 7s.
25 August 2017
Brisbane Roar have taken ALDI MiniRoos football to one of the most remote parts of Australia as part of the Sporting Schools program.
23 August 2017
The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) has recently redeveloped the Sports Ability resources to align to the Australian Health and Physical Education Curriculum to help support teachers and coaches in the delivery of sport to students of all abilities.
15 August 2017
Two years ago, South Arm Primary School in Tasmania joined the Sporting Schools program and in this time students have taken their swing at Golf, tackled their AFL and Rugby skills, caught waves learning how to Surf, and scored goals with Soccer.
2 August 2017
Steve highlighted the ASC’s strong interest in working with parents to increase health and wellbeing outcomes for young Australians to 600 delegates.