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Ainslie --- Wednesdays 8:00 pm. Starts 3 February at
All Saints Church Hall, Cowper St
Belconnen --- Fridays 1:00 pm. Starts 5 February at
Lake Ginninderra Sea Scout Hall, 1 Evelyn Parker Place
Braddon --- Saturdays 11:30 am. Starts 6 February at
the O'Donnell Youth Centre, cnr Limestone Avenue and Henty Street
Charnwood --- Mondays 6:30 pm. Starts 1 February at
Charnwood Primary School, Bettington Circuit
Hackett --- Wednesdays 9:15 am Starts 3 February at
St Margaret's Church Hall, cnr Phillip Ave and Antill St
Jerrabomberra -- Tuesdays 7:30 pm. Starts 2 February at
Jerrabomberra Community Centre, The Parkway
Mondays 4:30 pm. Starts 1 February
Tuesday 11:30 am. Starts 2 February
Tuesday 6:00 pm. Starts 2 February
Friday 9:30 am. Starts 5 February
Saturday 9:30 am. Starts 6 February
Sunday 2:00 pm. Starts 7 February
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All classes 90 minutes.
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FIND A CLASS NEAR YOU
AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF SPORT
Claudia Kendall, 11, and her brothers Luke, 9, Charles, 6, and Thomas, 4, take part in the
AIS summer school holidays sport camps and programs.
Photo: Elesa Kurtz
Fun program helps
develop new skills
It can be tough to peel children
away from screens and keep
them active during the long
summer break, but the
Australian Institute of Sport's
vacation program has been
keeping kids on their toes for
The workshop program
focuses on fun but offers boys
and girls aged four to 13 a
chance to try new sports and
pick up skills playing in world
class sporting facilities.
families have their choice of
soccer and tennis workshops
or a multi-sport option offering
a medley of activities ranging
from swimming, European
handball, ultimate frisbee, tee
ball, cricket, oztag, lacrosse
While there is varied
interest in all sessions, the
soccer workshops have a
significantly higher enrolment
Kendall holds her own on the
A keen soccer and futsal
player throughout the year, she
enjoys the rivalry with her
little brothers Luke, 9, Charles,
6, and Thomas, 4, and said she
was never fazed by being the
only girl on the team.
I just love that it is such an
active game,'' she said as her
brother Luke piped in: She is
good but I'm better than her.''
Participants can come for
either a half or full day, with
the first activities starting at
9am and the last at 5.30pm.
On Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays campers have the
option to jump in the pool at
midday and cool off during
structured water-play sessions.
They are always big days
but you get lots of break in
between, which is good,''
As the eldest, she keeps her
little brothers in check, helping
them with their laces and
backpacks filled with snacks
and sunscreen until the end of
the day, when the four jump on
their bicycles and ride home to
AIS activities co-ordinator
Deb Acland said the wealth of
research pointing to the
importance of physical activity
for growing children had
parents looking for targeted
options like the camps.
"It's not only about keeping
them moving, but also
engaged, interested in sports
and learning about
sportsmanship," she said.
"What we see time and again is
campers getting introduced to
a sport during the holidays,
think it's great and book in to
play in the community."
Vacation programs run
until January 29. Details and
Tuesday, January 12, 2016 - 6
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