Term 2, 2020 acquittals are now being accepted. The correct due date for Term 2 acquittals is 24 July, 2020.
Term 3 funding and program delivery will be based on up-to-date advice from the State and Territory Departments of Education and Health. Further advice will be provided in due course from Sport Australia.
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 be active for life.
To help achieve this, Sport Australia has partnered with more than 30 national sporting organisations (NSOs). There is a program for primary schools, and a targeted program for Year 7 and 8 students in secondary schools.
Since Sporting Schools started in 2015, over 7,500 schools have received funding. This has provided more than seven million participant opportunities to get students active, engaged and having fun while sampling a variety of different sports.
"Sporting Schools funding has made a HUGE impact on our school. We are able to offer a variety sports to students with disabilities that we may not otherwise have been able to offer." - Franklin Primary School, TAS.
"The level of fitness, team building and increased confidence through experiencing a variety of sports has been incredible for our students." - Spring Hill Public School, NSW.
Sport Australia is encouraging all Australian adults to Find Your 30!
Children, however, need 60 minutes of physical activity a day. Sporting Schools is a fantastic way for children to get active while at school, but they also need to be active at home to ensure they are meeting their needs every day.
Our Tiny Trainers have some great challenges you can do together to Find Your 30 as a family.