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The PE Pulse Network aims to increase the quality of physical education and sport being delivered in schools. We do this by providing professional development opportunities for sporting officers and educators and by promoting events, programs and services within the local ACT community.

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Woden Valley Gymnastics


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Woden Valley Gymnastics

Overview

Woden Valley Gymnastics Club provides curriculum based gymnastics programs for your school. We incorporate the Gymnastics Australia LaunchPad program philosophy of Fun, Fitness, Friendship and Fundamentals and are registered with Sporting Schools should you receive funding.
The programs are fun, challenging and oriented to a child’s growth and development with all levels of fitness and ability. We cater for all age groups and abilities, from early childhood to Year 12, including special needs groups. We provide qualified, enthusiastic and experienced coaches. We can come to you or you can come to us at our modern and fully equipped facility.


Website

www.wodenvalleygymnastics.net/

Contact

Email: office@wodenvalley.net
Phone: 02 6287 4121

Dragon Boat ACT


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Dragon Boat ACT

Overview

Dragon Boat ACT (DBACT) is the peak organisation in traditional Chinese Dragon Boat racing for the ACT. DBACT encourages and supports schools and juniors aged between 12 – 23 years who wish to participate in Dragon Boat racing and enjoy having fun with their friends and team members. As paddlers you will have opportunities to develop strong leadership skills, key motor skills, communication skills, lasting friendships, while having access to qualified coaches (Australian standard), all training equipment and participating in regatta days. Through our affiliation with our governing body Australian Dragon Boat Federation (AusDBF) you will have access to numerous dragon boat related courses (coaching, officials) and further opportunities for leadership development. Dragon Boating is an ideal sport for those students who are looking for an environment where you do not have to be an elite athlete, you can be with your friends and be part of a team that works together to achieve a common goal of having fun.


NRL Touch Football ACT


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NRL Touch Football ACT

Overview

NRL Touch Football ACT (NRLTFACT) provides all schools in the ACT region with skill/game development clinics, a wide range of community participation events, and our new All Abilities program aimed at social inclusion. NRLTFACT also hosts a range of school gala days throughout the year including days in conjunction with Canberra Region Rugby League (CRRL), School Sport ACT (SSACT) and our own annual NRLTFACT All Schools Community Gala days.


Gymnastics ACT


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Gymnastics ACT

Overview

At Gymnastics ACT, we believe that Launchpad Gymnastics is the ‘nursery of Australian sport’. As a base, confidence and competence in fundamental movement will set the foundation for future sporting success for lifelong, active and healthy participation in physical activity.

Launchpad Gymnastics programs rely on safe activities that challenge participants relative to their abilities and stage of development, with games and activities based around fundamental movement patterns, delivered in a fun and engaging manner.


Oztag ACT


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Oztag ACT

Overview

ACT Oztag conduct school clinics which cater to the primary years 2 to 6. The clinic aims to provide students with a fun introductory experience to the game of Oztag as well as teaching the fundamental skills, basic rules, tactics and game play.


Netball ACT


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Netball ACT

Overview

Netball ACT specialises in the delivery of Junior Development Programs for Primary Schools across the ACT. Netball ACT are committed to providing each primary school aged student with a netball experience and ensuring there is a connection back to a club or association as well as the netball community.


Contact

Jessica King
Phone: (02) 6241 4088
EmailJessica.king@netballact.com.au.

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