17 March 2017
Rio Olympic Games Modern Pentathlon gold medallist, Chloe Esposito talks about her school sport days and has a few tips for kids about playing sport.
10 March 2017
What got GWS Giants player Jess Bibby out of bed to go to school each day? Find out as she talks to Sporting Schools about her favourite memories of playing sport at school.
1 March 2017
The Triathlon program provided a new and exciting experience for students at Upper Mt Gravatt State School including access to a qualified coach and the resources that they would not have otherwise been able to have.
27 February 2017
Dedicated, passionate, and receptive – those are the words used to describe Athletics coach Duncan Large following the success of the Athletics program he delivered at Manor Lakes College in Victoria as part of the Australian Sports Commission’s Youth Participation program.
25 February 2017
Two-time Commonwealth Games representative and current world-ranked 63 professional squash player, Lisa Camilleri is assisting children to both participate in physical activity and fall in love with squash in a fun and safe environment.
24 February 2017
A small specialist school at Seaford in Victoria, Nepean has used Sporting Schools funding to bring in much needed sporting resources and equipment – and engage more than 100 students in a wide variety of sports they may not otherwise have a chance to try.
14 February 2017
Australian Jackeroos Bowler Kelsey Cottrell tells Sporting Schools her story of how she got into bowls and shares her advice for school children trying sports.
8 February 2017
Following the initial success of Sporting Schools, the Australian Government has invested an extra $60 million to expand Sporting Schools’ reach into secondary schools, and help hurdle the barriers that trigger a drop in teenagers participating in sport.
15 December 2016Olympic Gold Medallist rower Kim Brennan reminisces about her time playing sport at school, and gives her top tips to kids about playing sport.
30 November 2016
Regional schools from NSW were provided a wonderful setting for 30 Kindergarten to Year 6 students to be introduced to orienteering through the Sporting Schools Program. Instructors from Orienteering ACT joined with the students for a day to provide foundational skills of the sport.