The PSC team is seeking expressions of interest from schools who would like to design their own short multimedia clip to potentially be included in:

  • the 2021 PSC launch project
  • other PSC promotional materials throughout the year
  • a showcase of how schools can be physically active (new addition coming to our PSC Resources page).

The clip would be 1-2 minutes and would highlight what the school has in place to support the 10 week Challenge (10wC), Race Around Australia (RAA), and also more generally, how physical activity is celebrated across the school community.

Multimedia ideas

Some ideas of activities (not limited to) that schools could feature as part of their multimedia clip could include:

  • activities during break times, eg. recess/lunch, before/after school
  • targeted group activities or training groups, eg. runners club
  • classroom energiser activities, eg. short breaks to engage in fitness or play activities
  • connecting with the local community, eg. state/local sporting organisations facilitating programs
  • physical activity across the curriculum, eg. incorporating movement into teaching Maths and English
  • student led activities, eg. students leading lunch time competitions or activities.

How can we create these multimedia clips?

This could be a project for a targeted group of students in the school or could also be produced by a member of staff utilising the Shootsta Hub. This is a very simple process, which involves outlining a theme, uploading raw footage/photographs and working with an assigned editor to complete the project.

This clip is an example of how schools could structure their own project. It was created by the PDHPE Curriculum team (using Shootsta) to highlight the great things teachers are doing in Physical Activity and Sports Studies.

What can interested schools do to get involved?

To express interest in developing a multimedia clip about physical activity in your school, please complete the survey or contact the PSC team ( if you have any further enquiries. Information will then be sent to support the design and filming of the clip, along with Principal consent and permission to publish.