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Participation pathways in action: Meet Patterson
Patterson is one of ten players in their first season of football with the Ballarat Bulldogs Football Netball Club, a mixed gender football team for players with intellectual disability. Unlike the other new players, Patterson is the first player to make his way through the football participation pathway for players with a disability in Ballarat. […]Read more.
Women in Sport Recruitment and Retention Guidelines
Change Our Game have recently released Recruitment and Retention Guidelines for Women in Sport and Recreation The Change Our Game Recruitment and Retention Guidelines for Women in Sport and Recreation have been developed to assist community sport and recreation organisations increase the number of women and girls in leadership roles. The document offers simple and practical […]Read more.
Inclusive and disability programs with Ballarat Gymsports
Ballarat Gymsports look for ways to include everyone in some form of activity and are recognised by Gymnastics Victoria as an Inclusive Leader Club. Ballarat Gymsports offer inclusive options to participants of all abilities in all their programs from gymnastics to cheerleading and parkour. For those wanting more supported program options, they also offer classes only […]Read more.
AAA Sport Ballarat MiniRoos Program
Get ready to join the AAA Sport Ballarat MiniRoos Soccer Program. MiniRoos is a 9 week program aimed at teaching children basic skills involved in the game of soccer in a fun and inclusive environment. AAA Sport Ballarat modify the traditional MiniRoos program to make it incredibly inclusive for all children. The use of adaptive equipment, […]Read more.
Smythesdale Active Women & Girls Community Form
Golden Plains Shire Council, in partnership with Sports Central, are hosting a community forum in Smythesdale to learn more about the needs of women and girls in the north of the Shire. The session will include presentations from Sports Central, Ballarat Rock Up Netball and Council, and will provide an opportunity to learn what other […]Read more.
Future Leaders Program – Make a difference at your tennis club
Tennis Victoria’s Future Leaders Program is designed for Year 10 and 11 students and provides participants with the opportunity to make a difference at their local tennis club. Program participants attend a three day camp, develop important teamwork and leadership skills and work with Tennis Victoria to develop a project plan to take back to […]Read more.