To celebrate the role schools play in netball, school kids will gather at Sydney Olympic Park on Day Four of the Netball World Cup to attempt to break set a World Record for the biggest netball clinic.
Partnered by Netball NSW and Sydney Olympic Park, The World’s Biggest Netball Clinic will take place on Monday, August 10 at Sydney Olympic Park, Olympic Boulevard.
Applications for registration are now open via the Teacher Ambassador program - register NOW!
Planned to be the largest netball clinic ever staged, event organisers are expecting over 600 participants from over 40 schools in attendance.
Schools will be invited to register to take part in the World Record attempt, with participating students attending matches of the NWC2015 following the clinic.
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School students take part in drills and skills in front of the Netball World Cup SYDNEY 2015 venue on Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park which will host the World’s Largest Netball Clinic on Monday 10 August 2015.
To celebrate this once-in-a-generation event, Netball World Cup and Netball Australia have created a ‘schools mini NWC2015’ resource for primary school students (coming for the 2015 school year), and will be encouraged to register to be Netball School Teacher Ambassadors online.
Netball Teacher Ambassadors will have access to the new ‘schools mini NWC2015’ curriculum resource as well as an official polo shirt and access to exclusive netball offers including tickets, lesson plans and SMART Board resources. Ambassadors are encouraged to add the new curriculum to their 2015 planning.
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To register to be a Netball Teacher Ambassador click here.
Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander, players Sharni Layton and Madi Robinson, Reid Federal MP Craig Laundy, and Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School students and teachers gathered at Sydney Olympic Park, in the forecourt of Allphones Arena their ‘Class of 2015’ school photo.
The Netball Schools Teacher Ambassador Program (register here) has been designed to ensure that netball has a continuous presence at schools and ultimately becomes the sport of choice for many students, in particular young girls.
Tickets for NWC2015 - nwc2015.com.au/tickets
Will you be joining us for 'Schools' Day' at NWC2015? Day Four - Monday 10 August, 2015
Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander presents Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School teachers, Karin Schrader and Toni Critchlow with tickets to the Australian Diamonds v New Zealand Silver Ferns test match at Allphones Arena.
Read about the launch of the Netball World Cup SYDNEY schools Legacy Program here