Virtual School Holiday Program


Published on Saturday, September 25, 2021

We invite you to join our virtual football and netball school holiday program.

Our program is run remotely as an online session and promotes sport participation from home.

We encourage all footballers and netballers aged between 5 and 12 years old to participate.

Participants can join in both football and netball programs, or choose their preferred sport. We encourage all participants to give both a try.

The program is run completely free of charge.

Sessions will be run live with a coach present to demonstrate all skills and run the activities.

Prior to each session you will receive an email with a link to the online session and what equipment (or common household alternatives) to bring along to use in the session.

Each day has a dress up theme with prizes posted to winners with the best costume on the day. We’d love to see you get involved and dress up!

Session 1 – 28th September: Superhero

Session 2 – 29th September: Monsters

Session 3 – 30th September: Athletes and supporters

Netball

Our coaches ensure all players receive a well-rounded program that teaches a variety of skill areas from ball handling, shooting, footwork, passing, defensive and offensive skills.

Football

Coaches will be running footy fun activities that will teach players handballing, kicking, and marking skills.

Dates

The program will run across 3 days, from the 28th – 30th September 2021.

Time

11am – 1.30pm (a 30-minute break will be given during the session to rest and hydrate.)

Age

Available for anyone aged 5 – 12

Cost

This is a free program

Register

Register here: Virtual Holiday Program Registration – Google Forms

Disclaimer

Please note that the session will be recorded, if you would not like your child recorded during the program, please keep your camera off.

If you have any questions about this program please contact ltheodosis@nfnl.org.au.

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