Bowls Victoria works closely with schools, government and school sports associations to offer bowls as a sport option in schools around Victoria.
Bowls is an excellent sport to run in a school environment due to its inclusiveness. It’s also a non-contact and low impact sport that is suitable for all ages and abilities. Bowls Victoria schools programs develop playing skills and game knowledge, together with offering playing opportunities with other schools around Victoria.
To learn more about accessing bowls at your school, please contact email@example.com
Primary Schools (P-6)
Program: Junior Jack Attack
Year level: Prep – Grade 2
Junior Jack Attack is part of the Sporting Schools program and is designed to enable kids to participate in an engaging format which is both fun and inclusive. Junior Jack Attack can be played on a range of surfaces, including greens, carpets, concrete and wooden floors, which removes the restrictions of requiring a bowling green. To learn more about Junior Jack Attack or to purchase a Junior Jack Attack kit, please visit the Sporting Schools website.
Program: School Sport Victoria
Year level: Grade 2-6
Bowls Victoria can connect your primary school with your nearest bowls club who can assist in providing coaching, guidance and support to students to help develop the skills and knowledge required to play bowls. All School Sport Victoria region’s host bowls events, which students are encouraged to enter to further build and develop their playing skills. To learn more, please visit the School Sport Victoria website.
Secondary Schools (Year 7 – 12)
Program: Victorian Schools Super Series
Year level: 7-12
Victorian Schools Super Series
The Victorian Schools Super Series gives the best school bowlers a chance to compete with teams from the nine different association bowls competitions listed below.
|Term 1||Term 2|
|School Sport Victoria
Competition run by Bowls Victoria and School Sport Victoria.Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria
Competition run by Bowls Victoria.Associated Public Schools
Competition run by Bowls Victoria.Ballarat Associated Schools
Competition run by Ballarat Associated Schools.Associated Catholic Colleges
Competition run by Bowls Victoria and Associated Catholic Colleges.
|Girls Sport Victoria
Competition run by Bowls Victoria and subject to numbers.
|Term 3||Term 4|
|Associated Catholic Colleges
Competition run by Bowls Victoria and Associated Catholic Colleges.Eastern Independent Schools of Melbourne
Competition run by Eastern Eagles.Southern Independent Schools
Competition run by Bowls Victoria.
|Christian Schools Events Network
Competition run by Bowls Victoria, subject to numbers.
Specialist Schools (All Year Levels)
Bowls Victoria works with the Northern Special Schools Sports Association (NSSSA) and the South East Special Schools Association (SSSSA) to deliver our All Abilities Bowls Program.
The program provides opportunities for students with a disability, from metropolitan based Specialist Schools, to take part in bowls clinics either at their school or their local bowls club. Experienced club volunteers help facilitate the in-school sessions with modified equipment that are fun and engaging.
Competitions are also held for NSSSA and SSSSA students. The NSSSA competition is held in Term 4 at Deer Park Bowls Club and Darebin City Bowls Club. The SSSSA competition is held at the end of June at Donvale Bowls Club, Ashburton Bowls Club and City of Frankston Bowls Club.
These yearly programs culminate in a Victorian State School Final for All Abilities Students held at Darebin City Bowls Club in December.
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