Netball Schools


Sporting Schools is a $240 million Australian Government initiative designed to help schools increase children's participation in sport, and to connect them with community sporting opportunities.  

Sporting Schools programs are provided free to children and their families to help students build the confidence and capability to be active for life. 

Netball Schools is Netball Australia's official in schools’ program and has been developed to provide students with the best possible learning and playing experience.  From skill development through fun games to game-sense activities, sessions cater for students Foundation to Year 6 of all levels of experience and ability and suitable for coach or teacher delivery.

Fast5 offers secondary students the opportunity to play the game differently with only 5 positions on the court and rolling subs, shorter quarters and multiple scoring zones. Students will also develop skills in off-court roles of umpire, timekeeper and scorer.

For more information, to register your school or become a coach, please visit the  Sporting Schools website.  


Netball NT is proud to partner with SEDA College NT for their Year 10, 11 and 12 senior secondary education programs. SEDA’s individual approach to learning provides opportunities for students to develop real skills for a successful future.

SEDA places student interest at the forefront of their senior secondary education, alongside a practical connection to Netball NT students have a deeper connection to their education, resulting in enhanced engagement levels.

SEDA focuses on four key areas that sets them apart from other schools:

› Learn directly from industry experts and have the opportunity to work at Netball NT events including game days.

› Students get outside the classroom. They learn by facilitating sport related activities for primary schools and community groups to develop their coaching, communication, and problem-solving skills.

› SEDA’s ‘one teacher to one class’ model allows teachers to take on a true mentoring approach, where they walk alongside and support the individual journey of students as they complete their secondary education.

› Students develop an individual career plan, where the focus is on developing key personal qualities and transferable skills to prepare for further study or employment across a range of industries. If you're looking at discovering a better way to learn visit: for more information.

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