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Speedminton’s unique format evolved from a desire to play shuttle sports outdoors. Whilst official Speedminton match courts are 12 metres apart, shifting racket sport learning to the school oval lifted constraints from students developing the fundamental striking movement.
Students have the space and time to learn how to hit and to swing a racket with effect, at their own pace. Eliminating the fear of error or point loss, instils a freedom of movement. Spreading from a court to open spaces invites imaginative game creation and skill challenges, for both individuals and groups. It is particularly effective with junior students, where the mechanics of setting up drills becomes simpler, safer and achieves high levels of participation. Combined with the user-friendly nature of the equipment, this free-style play has produced outstanding racket sport outcomes in over 3500 Australian schools. Speedminton delivers a safe, compliant and easily supervised racket sport activity, with games and drills for all age, skill and enthusiasm levels. Contact Geoff Bannister for more information.
World of Sport has for over a period of 30 years built up an unsurpassed range of sporting equipment and sports clothing with the capability to brand products to individual customer needs in a broad range of the products. .
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More than 1000 Australian secondary schools trust Edrolo as a core resource for everyday teaching and learning. Edrolo combines a systematic, innovative, and research-led approach to resource design with actionable analytics – giving school leaders, teachers, and students the tools they need to reach their goals. For further information, visit the Edrolo website.
For the past 17 Years, Binnacle Training has been devoted to providing the support and teaching resources required to make life easier for teachers delivering VET in Schools. For further information, head to the Binnacle Training website.
Basketball Queensland, in conjunction with Queensland School Sport, stages the Champion Basketball School of Queensland (CBSQ) tournaments each year.
With the Open event originating in 1974 the event attracts a great deal of interest from secondary schools across the state each year with over 120 boys and girls teams competing across several open-age divisions.The winning team from each Boys & Girls Open Championship Division gains automatic entry into Basketball Australia’s Australian Schools Championships held each year in December.