A World of Opportunity 

Local Recreation and Sport

What's up with local sport

We believe that students should combine their passion for sport with their academic learning, that way they can achieve a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

On this page we give you the offerings that our local Sporting clubs send us so that you can choose what sport to participate in

Commerce-PINTs Hockey Club Wednesday nights.  All abilities  |  Mens + Womens A&B Grades  |  Gilrs and Boys U14 & U17 |  For more info contact commerce.pints@gmail.com | Kevin 0417 886 343 (President) or Clare 0408 272 234 (Senior VP)

Game on! A modified Hockey Game, suitable for 5 to 8 year olds! No prior background needed. Friday Nights | 5:30 - 6:30  | At Wanguri Oval | Season during Term 2 (until 23 June) | Bring Hockey stick, shin guards, mouth guard and sense of fun. (Stick on loan if you want to try first). Contact cindy.hope@ntschools.net | Phone 0437 388 441

The Top End Cricket Season starts soon! There are fun and interactive programs for kids of all ages and abilities. Visit www.playcricket.com.au to find your nearest club and get involved in Australia’s favourite sport.  

Australian Association for Environmental Development (NT) | Overarching sustainability - Networking Workshop with dinner
Join us for a fun and professionally enriching workshop and networking opportunity in relation to the sustainability overarching idea and Biodiversity education.
Friday 28 April afternoon and evening from 4.00, including a meal,
and an optional Saturday 29 April morning session. 10.00 – 12.30.
Have you been wondering how to integrate sustainability in a practical way into what you teach?
This workshop will assist teachers with practical and theoretical knowledge to implement the Sustainability overarching idea from the national curriculum.
During this workshop you will have the chance to:
1) extend understanding of how to integrate your local school and area knowledge into curriculum
2) have hands-on experiences to exemplify practical applications in an environmental context.
3) share ideas on strategies to harness the benefits for student learning.
We have some travel funds available from outside Darwin.
For more information contact Graeme (President AAEE (NT))  graemes@entity1.com Ph 0411881378

2017 NTAEGT Friendly Chess Competition  |  4 June 2017  |  Casuarina Library  |  1.15– 3.30pm
Entry Fee: $2 for members and $5 for non-members
Prize: Awards for each division will be presented at the conclusion of the day.
Registration is closed on 21 May 2017
Only limited space available
For further information: Please contact ntaegt@outlook.com

Japanese Children's day - all welcome 7 May 10am  - 1pm at Civic Square | Smith Street

Launch into Sailing | Every Friday |  5 May - 16 June

YMCA Swimathon | Saturday the 22 April

Chess | Primary and Secondary students | casuarina Library - Every Sunday from 1:30 - 2:30 pm

International Coaching July School holiday program - Unlike many training camps this international Coach limits his riders to 10 per day.  He trains more on a one-to-one basis with a focus on the individual rider’s skills.  This training camp is an actual rider performance camp.  The rider must ride through each session and be prepared to listen and learn from one of the World’s best.  All 10 riders every day are on their bikes between 0900 and 1600 (4pm) with regular rehydration and meal breaks.

29 - 31 May: Darwin: Rock and Water Workshop

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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