During School. 

Stay Active can work with your school to assist in developing, implementing and coordinating a physical education program which can be integrated into your schools existing curriculum. All activities are aligned to learning outcomes and standards from the Australian Health and Physical Education Curriculum. Using the Game Sense approach, amongst other benefits, students will be engaged in minor and modified game strategies and concepts where there are opportunities to develop both skills and an understanding of the tactics of the game.

Stay Active can deliver a once-off session to kick off your school's PE Week or National Health and Physical Education Day. 

We can also begin your PE Program with a 4-week block of sessions (e.g. every Friday for 4-weeks) facilitated by Stay Active to encourage participation and ongoing engagement. Where possible, we also work with your school's existing timetable to ensure minimal disruption to the student learning environment.

Sporting Schools.

Stay Active is proud to be partnered with six National/State Sporting Organisations through Sporting Schools.

Sporting Schools is a $240 million Australian Government initiative designed to help schools to increase children's participation in sport, and to connect them with community sporting opportunities.

Sporting Schools programs are provided FREE to children and their families to help students build the confidence and capability to stay active for life.

If the sport you are interested in has the Sporting Schools icon next to it, and you have been successful in receiving Sporting Schools funding for this term, please let us know at time of booking.

Please select a sport you are interested in.

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