The School Sport Unit has a variety of opportunities for students with disability on offer in 2021.      

These include: Boccia, Come and Try Athletics, Multi Sport days and Ten Pin Bowling.

Click on the headings below to find out more about each opportunity, including dates, venues and links to registration forms.         


SSU Flags

The School Sport Unit, in partnership with Boccia NSW, invites schools to enter the 2021 NSW Public Schools Boccia Knockout.

Boccia is an exciting sport, inclusive of all students with disability and no formal sporting classification if required. 

Each school may enter one team, of up to 9 players, and play for the chance to progress through to the state final at Sydney Olympic Park in November 2021.

Dates and venues will be sent to schools early Term 2, once entries have been collated.

Entries close Wednesday 31 March 2021.

Every effort will be made to have teams participate as close to their own school as possible, with venue locations being determined by the number and geographical position of schools that enter.

Dates and times, will vary state wide, based on the weekly schedule of each host school.

If your school would be interested in hosting one of the Boccia events, please indicate so on entry form.

Boccia Flyer (PDF 508KB)

Boccia Entry form 

Boccia Knockout Manual (PDF 2231KB)

Boccia Ramp Blueprint (PDF 196KB)

  

 

Our Come and Try Athletics days, give students the opportunity to experience athletics, in an enjoyable, non-competitive setting. 

Students have the chance to participate in a variety of races on the track, as well as field events.

These days also provide teachers with the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the sport of athletics, the classification process and multi class pathways.

Formal sporting classification is not required.

Students must be turning 8 years of age or older in 2021 to participate in these days (Born in or prior to 2013). 

Come and Try Athletics Flyer (PDF 290KB)

Come and Try Athletics Entry Form 

 

2021 events and dates

Term 1 events
Area Location Date
Sydney                                                                Sydney Olympic Park Warm Up Track 30 March

 

Term 2 events
Area Location Date
Campbelltown - Intellectual day Campbelltown Athletics Centre 27 April
Campbelltown - Physical/sensory day Campbelltown Athletics Centre 4 May
South Coast - Nowra  Shoalhaven High School 6 May
Newcastle Fearnley Dawes Athletics Track 11 May
Central Coast Mingara Athletics Centre 12 May
Dubbo Barden Park Athletics Centre 1 June
Tamworth Tamworth Athletics Centre 2 June

 

General information

Cost: $5.00 per student (schools to pay via SAP upload).

Times: Arrive 9:30am. First event 10am. Finish 2pm.

Age Groups: 8 – 10yrs, 11 – 13yrs, 14 – 16yrs, 17+yrs (based on age student turns in 2021).

Events: 100m, 200m, 400m, Shot Put, Long Jump, Discus and Javelin.

Please note:  The Campbelltown event is split over two days. Day 1 for students with intellectual impairment and Day 2 for students with physical and/or sensory impairments. 

 Come Try Athletics photo

  

Multi Sport Video

Multi-Sport days provide students with an opportunity to experience a variety of sports, modified to suit their needs.

State and national sporting associations support these events, delivering fun, inclusive and engaging activities to build students’ confidence and capacity in sport.

Students will be taken through a variety of skills, drills and modified games throughout the day in a non-competitive format.

Teachers are also upskilled, learning new ways of adapting their lessons and teaching, to make sport accessible for all.

Multi Sport Flyer (PDF 350KB)

 

Registrations for 2021 events open as follows:

Term 2 events -  entries open 19 April

Term 3 events -  entries open 12 July

Term 4 events - entries open 30 August

Cost: $5 per student (schools to pay via SAP upload).

Term 2 dates

   

Bega

Bega Indoor Sports Stadium

25-May

Batemans Bay

Hanging Rock Sports Complex

26-May

Nowra

Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre

27-May

Wollongong

Illawarra Sports Stadium

28-May

Castle Hill

Hills Basketball Stadium

7-Jun

Sydney City

Marrickville PCYC

10-Jun

Central Coast

Niagara Park Stadium

11-Jun

Griffith

Griffith Indoor Stadium

22-Jun

Albury

Lauren Jackson Sports Centre

23-Jun

Wagga

Equex Centre

24-Jun

Term 3 dates

   

Tamworth

Tamworth Sports Dome

16-Aug

Armidale

Sport UNE – University New England

17-Aug

Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie Indoor Sports Stadium

19-Aug

Taree

Saxby's Stadium

20-Aug

Goulburn

Veolia Arena

30-Aug

Orange

PCYC Orange

31-Aug

Dubbo

Dubbo Sportsworld

1-Sep

Bathurst

Bathurst Indoor Sports Stadium

2-Sep

Term 4 dates

 

 

Minto

Minto Indoor Sports Centre

14-Oct

Northern Beaches

NBISC

26-Oct

Ballina

Ballina Indoor Sports Centre

2-Nov

Grafton

Grafton PCYC

3-Nov

Coffs Harbour

Sportz Central

4-Nov

Maitland

Maitland Federation Centre

23-Nov

Menai

Menai Indoor Sports Centre

29-Nov

Newcastle

Newcastle Basketball Stadium

30-Nov & 1-Dec

Blacktown

Blacktown Leisure Centre Stanhope

3-Dec

 

 

   

 

In 2021, the School Sport Unit is introducing a new competition for students with disability, Ten Pin Bowling.

Ten Pin Bowling is an excellent sport for students with disability. By adapting the game to utilise lane bumpers and ramps as necessary, it ensures the game is inclusive of all. Formal sporting classification is not required.

Schools may enter one team of four bowlers, to compete against other local schools for the chance to progress to a regional final. The top three teams from each region will then progress to a state final in Term 4.

Dates and venues will be sent to schools early Term 2, once entries have been collated.

Entries close Wednesday 31 March 2021.

Every effort will be made to have teams participate as close to their own school as possible, with venue locations being determined by the number and geographical position of schools that enter.

Dates and times, will vary state wide, based on the weekly schedule of each individual ten pin bowling centre.

 

Ten Pin Bowling Flyer (PDF 307KB)

Ten Pin Bowling Entry Form

Ten Pin Bowling Rules (PDF 148KB)