Welcome to the wonderful world of Playball!
Playball provides programs using physical education as a vehicle to support and contribute to the highest level possible of quality education available to children.
We visit Services offering classes to children between the ages of 2-5 as well as school age children between the ages of 6-8. The Playball program scaffolds children’s learning and facilitates in the development of confident and involved learners.
Playball provides professional physical education program taught by trained coaches which lays the foundation for healthy development in all areas of a child’s life. We support services to help children reach their full potential. The Playball program is guided by the National Quality Framework and its outcomes.
Physical education programs developed by specialists, enjoyed by everyone
The Playball program is designed to scaffold all learning in the classroom. It offers each child an opportunity to develop a variety of skills which can be used in every area of their lives.
The program delivers a fun and challenging learning environment which allows a child to progress at their own rate. We use specialised sports equipment to help keep children challenged and engaged.
Many school directors in Australia and all over the world offer the Playball™ program as part of their school day.
How to have Playball at your Service
Playball recognises that each Service has unique needs and is able to offer a range of flexible lesson options and pricing packages. In partnership with the Director, Playball will assess the specific requirements of each Service to design a tailored package to meet their needs and budget.
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Happy directors share their views
One of the most important aspects of this dynamic program is the amount of fun the children have while engaging in their lessons. The coaches are supportive to the individual needs of each child, extending those who are capable and giving extra support to those who may be experiencing difficulties.
For us, Playball is a compulsory part of our program. Every child benefits from what Playball has to offer, as we see it as a necessary part of their overall development and critical to their future success at school.
Director, Kornmehl Pre-School
We have had Playball come in and extend our gross motor program since 2005. We have found the Playball coaches to be patient and have a brilliant way with the children, encouraging and motivating them to achieve their best (or at least have lots of fun trying to get their maximum potential through a variety of different sports and games).
Playball offers a wide range of different physical skills and sports. The program extends our school leavers with that little bit extra and helps them develop good fundamental skills on which they can build in the future. Social development like teamwork and fair play are skills that we notice in the Playball class. Parents see the Playball program as both beneficial and fun.
Director, St Marks Preschool – Cranbook
Director, Emanuel Woollahra Kindergarten
Principal, Montessori East
Psychologist, St Catherine’s School
Director, Kelvin Kindergarten
Director, Alikat Preschool
Director, St Ives Chase Kindergarten
Director, Thomas Carlyle Children’s Centre
Director, North Shore Temple Emanuel Pre-School
Playball has been an extra curricular activity at our kindergarten since 2001. This activity gives the kids an opportunity to enhance all aspects of their development through sporting activities as well as having fun at the same time. There is emphasis on gross motor development as well as confidence, concentration and social skills. There is also plenty of opportunity for children to develop teamwork skills.
The children participate with enthusiasm and show great excitement each week when its time for Playball.
Director, Coogee Batory Kindy
Complimentary Playball Class
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We look forward to the opportunity of meeting with directors and educators to discuss how Playball can complement the provision of best practice.