The Tag League Association has developed a program to assist schools in the facilitation of sport on weekly Sports Days.

Program Overview

  • Suitable for Years 3 through 10, Boys & Girls.
  • Run weekly on the same day and time as nominated by the school.
  • Can be for single or multiple class groups, Year Groups or multiple year groups.
  • Can be run at a school sports ground or other local sports venue.
  • All equipment is provided, including Balls, Belts, Tags, Cones, etc.
  • One or more qualified instructors facilitate the program, with a recommended ratio of 1 instructor for each 16 students.
  • Drinking water and disposable cups are supplied along with Insect Repellent & Sun Screen.
  • Instructors are First Aid Qualified and have First Aid Kits on hand.
  • Instructors comply with and hold a current Certificate of Clearance under the "New Working with Children Check".
  • Students are accompanied to the venue by teacher/s, no teacher participation is required.
  • Each weekly session lasts 1 hour with the program usually running over 8-10 weeks.
  • Each week new skills are introduced through fun drills, with the session concluding with a game of Tag League.
  • Skills development includes;
    • Throwing
    • Catching
    • Tagging
    • Field position
    • Team work
    • Avoiding Injury
    • Sun Protection
    • Proper Hydration
    • Playing by the rules
    • Accepting Referees decisions
    • Playing in the Spirit of the Game
  • For larger year groups, a competition draw can be developed  for each week, with a winning team crowned at the end of the program.
  • Provision is made for 2 wet weather days. If weather or ground conditions do not permit the program to be conducted in any given week, that week will be rescheduled later in the term.
Schools Program Benefits