One of Cricket NSW's core objectives is to ensure that Australia's favourite sport has an impact at all levels of education.
Cricket NSW is committed to working in conjunction with teachers to help promote a healthy, active lifestyle amongst school-aged children through cricket. In addition, we aim to help up-skill teachers so they can carry on the development in their schools.
Cricket Blast HPE Program
The program is designed to link closely with the current syllabus outcomes. Content includes development of fundamental skills associated with cricket while also covering gross motor and movement skills. The program complements existing Health and Physical Education programs and runs for a minimum of four weeks.
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Cricket Blast Schools Cup
Boys and girls from Years Three to Six have the opportunity to experience cricket in a fun, safe and learning environment. The Year Three and Four events are focused on participation while the Year Five and Six divisions offer both competitive and non-competitive opportunities. The senior competitive division teams who win their local Final are invited to attend a regional final. Regional winners then progress to compete at the State Final, held in October each year.
Developing fundamental movement skills in students K - 2.
School Ambassador Program
The Woolworths Cricket Blast School Ambassador program aims to identify and recognise a teacher in every Australian school who is committed to ensuring their students have every opportunity to get involved in cricket. The School Ambassador can be a principal, sports coordinator, classroom teacher, parent, guardian or grandparent.
The program aligns with the Australian Curriculum and provides ambassadors with resources, training, professional development and rewards.
Sporting Schools Program
Kicking off in July 2015, the Sporting Schools program brings together schools and sports to help get Aussie children active in their local communities. Sporting Schools is open to all Australian primary schools, and with quality programs developed by 32 national sporting organisations, it will offer a fun and supportive environment for children and coaches.