Year 1 and 2
The focus for this age group is on exploring Netball and the development of fundamental movement and ball skills. The 50 minute session will include skill development followed by a game.
Our Star Helpers are essential for us to run a successful programme & all children participating must have an adult responsible for them stay for the duration of the session. So why not join in and become a Star Helper?
More information about the programme can be found at https://www.futureferns.co.nz
Registrations for the season open 19th June and close on 3rd July 2019.
Star Helper Training: Sunday 28th July 2019 10-11:30am at Queen Margaret College Gym, 53 Hobson Street, Thorndon.
Programme: 8 weeks from 4th August to 22nd September 2019 at Queen Margaret College Gym, 53 Hobson Street, Thorndon
Sessions run for 50 minutes made up of 30 minutes of skills followed by a 20 minute game
The focus of the programme is to teach children fundamental movement and basic netball skills through fun games and activities. The 4v4 game format allows all players to pass, catch and shoot from the first session
Sessions are designed that if a child misses a session they will still be able to participate in following weeks
The adult responsible for a participant must stay for the duration of the session
A participant will be given a session time at the start of the programme which will then be their session time every week for the duration of the programme
Generally 2-3 children from the same age group and same school will participate in the same session time together. If a child needs a particular time or to be with a particular group of children please detail this in the note section on the registration form
Note we do not register perticipants into 'teams' and encourage children to play with different children each week
All equipment is provided
Star Helpers are essential for us to deliver a quality programme. Becoming a Star Helper is a great way for parents and guardians to become involved in their children's sport and be introduced to fundamental skills used in netball and other sports.
For every 5 children that register from a school, we ask that there be at least 1 Star Helper volunteer.
To be a Star Helper parents/guardians must attend the clinic on the 28th July 10-11:30am and may bring their children if they need to.
Star Helpers only attend the session that their child attends and there is no requirement for them to attend every week.
Star Helpers do not need any netball qualifications, experience, or knowledge.
People that have done Star Helper training for the Year 3 & 4 programme are eligivle to become Year 1 & 2 Star Helpers and may attend the clinic if they wish.
The information collected for registration is first name, last name, home phone or mobile, email address, parent/guardian name, any medical issues, notes about the registration and whether the parent/guardian is interested in becoming a Star Helper.
The cost of the programme is $40 per participant, which will be invoiced to your child school.
The last day for cancelling out of the programme and still receiving a refund is 5th August 2019.
This programme is limited to the first 120 registered participants.
For a PDF version of the information for the 2019 programme, please click on the link below2019 Year 1 and 2 Detailed Information
To download the flyer for the 2019 year programme, click on the link below2019 Year 1 and 2 Flyer
Weekly Skill development Sessions
Here is the list of activities for each session. Click on each activity to see an example of it on Youtube.
Week 1 : Balance
Week 2 : Ball skills - passingTarget ball
Week 3 :Ball skills - catchingFreeze
Week 4: Shooting
Week 5: Dodging
Week 6: Pivoting
Week 7: Jumping
Week 8: Take-off