Sports Without Borders Youth Action Day
When: Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Time: 9AM - 3PM
Where: Debney Park Secondary College gymnasium
Sports Without Borders (SWB) and Moonee Valley City Council present Youth Action day on Wednesday eighth of December at Debney Park Secondary College. The day will host students from years five to eight from Ascot Vale West, Debney Meadows and Flemington Primary Schools.
Youth Action is an organised technology driven physical sports activity process for children including refugee and newly arrived Australian youth who will undertake fun games and simple athletic movements. The data collected will be used for short and long term research into the health and wellbeing of children in Victoria. SWB see Youth Action as key to physical enabling social inclusion through community sports participation.
Youth Action will introduce local sporting clubs to the children and provide trial experience with each sport. Sporting organisations AFL Multicultural, NRL Northern Wolves, Essendon Football Club, Maribyrnong Park Ladies Cricket Club, Netball Victoria. Melbourne Heart and Australian Sports Commission. Active After School Communities will be providing sporting experiences for the kids. Research and education partner Monash University Education will also be in attendance.
Technology Partner Fusion Sport Smartspeed technology
Youth Action participants will use Fusion Sports SMARTSPEED™ hi-tech wristbands, an Australian developed, world first, wireless, computer controlled Coaching and Training Test system.
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