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Stay Active SA Launch!

LAUNCHING TERM 4! Stay Active Children's Sports Programs will launch across various South Australian locations in Term 4 of 2015. Stay Active is an Adelaide based company targeting primary school aged children in schools, sports clubs and local communities. With a unique style of program delivery, children will learn that fitness can be made fun - swapping the TV and iPad for outdoor activity in no time! Our programs not only teach children Fundamental Movement Skills, but develop their psychological wellbeing, boost their confidence and educate them about good sportsmanship and fair play. Refer to our "Programs" page for further information about our methodology. If you want to provide your

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Are you studying teaching and wanting to gain experience in the health and education sector? Are you a registered Teacher, Child Care Worker or currently undertaking a qualification in a related field? Do you participate in sport or have coaching experience? Are you passionate about improving children’s health? ….Then we have the positon for you! Stay Active Children’s Sports Facilitators will deliver Multi-skill Physical Activity Programs, Sport Specific Programs and Fitness Circuits to primary school aged children in schools and the local community. Stay Active provides relevant resources and thorough training to assist with the planning and delivery of each program. This role provides und

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