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    Can our school still run sport and physical activity during a term that we are not receiving funding?


    Yes. Sporting Schools encourages schools to seek opportunities to get more young Australians active and involved in sport more often – at school, or with mates at their local club.


    Schools can:

    • Connect with our national sporting organisation (NSO) partner sports about program delivery that can also support your school’s curriculum
    • Deliver game based sporting activities using Sport Australia's Playing for Life Resources (aligned to the Australian Curriculum)
    • Access free resources that support teachers to deliver sport and physical activity that are aligned to the Australian Curriculum
    • Complete the Sport Australia's Community Coaching General Principles course and contribute to your teacher registered professional development prerequisite hours
    • Learn how to deliver a range of sports and upskill staff via coaching courses offered by our NSO partner sports
    • Use student feedback to help plan for your next Sporting Schools program – find out what sports your students have enjoyed, and what new sports they would like to try
    • Plan to visit the AIS and have your students experience life as an athlete


    NOTE: Sporting Schools is not obliged to cover any associated costs for activities or programs delivered during a term where a school did not receive funding.

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