“On Sunday 2nd of May 2021, Mordialloc Beach Primary School hosted the Camp Australia Handball Competition. This was a very exciting event. Students who attend Camp Australia’s Outside School Hours School Care Program or holiday programs (Rocketeers) in the area were able to register to enter the competition and compete for a prize of $1,000.
Camp Australia, Australia’s largest outside school hours care (OSHC) provider, have completed their National Handball Championship which saw over 400 children between 6 to 12 years old go head to head in the finals of the inaugural event.
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Knox Park Primary School has been using Camp Australia to provide Out of School Hours Care for nearly ten years now. During this time the OSHC space has changed significantly, and Camp Australia has led the way with innovation and improvement to benefit children, parents, staff and the school. We have found it to be a very inclusive program ...
Camp Australia Chief Operating Officer, Brett Comer said the National Handball Championship was designed to support the physical and mental well-being of children throughout 2021. Comer notes “our research highlighted that following 2020, parents and principals observed a significant decrease in children’s physical and mental well-being because of the loss of participation in sports.
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Camp Australia chief operating officer Brett Comer said the National Handball Championship was designed to support the physical and mental wellbeing of children throughout 2021. “Our research highlighted that following 2020, parents and principals observed a significant decrease in children’s physical and mental wellbeing because of the loss of participation in sports,” Comer said.
This week at OSHC we are participating in the Camp Australia National Handball competition, which is very exciting. The winner from each Camp Australia service will win a trophy, and has the opportunity to proceed onto the regional championships on the Second of May, and there will be prizes and certificates for everyone who registers to participate.
The Camp Australia National Handball/Downball competition will be running at Drysdale Primary School from the 23rd to the 26th of March during after school care. The winner from each Camp Australia service has the opportunity to proceed onto the regional championships, and there will be prizes and certificates for everyone who registers to participate..