WHAT IS GAME ON?
Game On provides the 'first taste of rugby' to primary school children across Australia.
It's a five week program which is designed to prepare primary students for a healthy and active lifestyle. The program is implemented through three channels.
IN THE CLASSROOM
Game On Classroom resources are created to be relevant, current and useful for Australian teachers. The resources are closely linked to the Australian Curriculum Health and Physical Education (AC:HPE).
The Game On Classroom is made up of four different themes.
- Heroes & Heroines
- Fair Play
ON THE FIELD
Game On, On The Field is a 40 minute session designed to be taken outdoors.
Your students learn rugby skills through fun activities which build their confidence to a level where they enjoy a VIVA7s Carnival in the final week of the program.
You have access to a comprehensive resource of skills based activities to deliver yourself or you have the opportunity to request an Australian Rugby accredited Game On Deliverer.
The Game On Deliverer will look after all the field components for you, ensuring a fun and informative time for the students.
The VIVA7s Carnival is the ultimate showpiece for Game On.
VIVA7s is the new non-contact format of rugby. It promotes fun, energy, excitement and inclusiveness and is specifically designed to account for all skill-levels.
Game On comes with a VIVA7s Carnival D.I.Y pack to allow you, your colleagues, students or volunteers to run the awesome mini-event.
Find your local centre: www.viva7s.com.au
REGISTER FOR GAME ON
In order to gain access to the Lesson Plans, Game On Deliverers and VIVA7s Carnival D.I.Y pack all you have to do is register for Game On and the information is available in the Game On Portal. Register for Game On
If you’re a student and want to try Game On, we’ve created a 'Permission Slip' for you to give to your teacher with all the information they need to know. All you need to do:
GAME ON PERMISSION SLIP
- Click on the button below
- Download, print and sign your name
- Hand to your teacher