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4 Seymour Street, Eden Hills, South Australia 5050

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blackwood@bhs.sa.edu.au

Special Interest Netball

Trials will be held at Blackwood High School, date and time to be confirmed

STRUCTURE

The structure of the program allows students to pursue their interest in netball as well as maintain a focus on academic study. It is a multi-faceted educational program focusing on Netball and the essential elements building towards successful performance in sport. The aims and objectives of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IBMYP) are incorporated as the students extend their skills, performance standards and knowledge while valuing an active, healthy lifestyle.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

Students will perform skills with efficiency, accuracy and consistency. The Netball Australia National Skill Development Pathways form the basis for specific content in each year level from basic skill to advanced/tactical play.

They include:

  • Footwork/movement
  • Attacking/ defending
  • Landing one foot/ two feet
  • Throwing catching on the move
  • Ball handling/ release
  • Game strategies.

A variety of forms of feedback will be used including skills check lists and video analysis of techniques.

 

FITNESS

Year 8: Students develop awareness of the concept of fitness, the specific demands of Netball and how to prepare themselves for their performance

Year 9: A specific fitness developmental program including core stability, strength & power.

Year 10: Specific fitness program according to individual needs (agility, aerobic).  Focusing on strength, power and speed.

Year 11: Weights programs with a focus on fast twitch muscle development. Fitness training for intense court play

 

THEORY COMPONENT

The subject is predominantly practical however specific theory work is also undertaken.

Topics covered will include:

  • Team play and tactics (practical and theoretical)
  • Position purpose (practical and theoretical) 
  • Positional play (practical and theoretical)
  • Fitness (practical and theoretical)
  • Coaching (practical and theoretical)
  • Umpiring (practical and theoretical)
  • Nutrition
  • First Aid
  • Sports Psychology
  • Prevention and management of injuries
  • Pathways in Netball (goal setting, club administration)
  • Workplace Practices at SACE Stage 1 subject (Year 10).
  • Workplace Practices at SACE Stage 2 subject (Year 11).

 

COMPETITIONS

The Netball program also competes in a range of competitions/ carnivals

  • Knock Out Netball Competition
  • Southern Zone Netball Competition Netball SA Stadium, Mile End, Adelaide (Year 8 and 9)
  • Waverley International Netball Championships Melbourne (Year 10 and 11)
  • Blackwood Recreation Centre Competition (Year 9)

Last Modified March 5th, 2020

 
 

Proudly Supported by

  • Department for Education
  • SA Government
  • International Baccalaureate