GLYC encourages all Gippsland schools to become involved in our Discover Sailing Program. This year we have on offer the following programs:
The Australian Sports Commission has recently announced the continuation of the Sporting Schools programme, making funding opportunities available to schools to encourage students to participate in more sports-based activities. GLYC in conjunction with Australian Sailing, is pleased to offer the Tackers program to local primary schools.
The Tackers school sailing program is an introductory sailing course for primary aged children. Tackers is a great way to increase life skills such as communication, self-reliance, team work, problem solving and self-confidence. There are two options available; a one-off introductory session or an accredited 10hr Tackers course.
Should your school be interested in the Primary School Learn to Sail Program, please contact GLYC’s Discover Sailing Principal, Sharna Duff via firstname.lastname@example.org
GLYC is proud to support local schools in entering teams in the Junior Schools Team Sailing Carnival, held at Albert Park Lake. Last season teams of students from local primary schools, travelled to Melbourne for a day of coaching, racing and fun on the water. Getting a team together for this year is simple - all you have to do is:
Dates are to be confirmed by Australian Sailing for the 2017/18 season but are typically in mid November and mid February each year. Should you have any queries about the Junior School Teams Sailing Carnival, please contact our Discover Sailing Principal, Sharna Duff via email@example.com
Australian Sailing conducts a number of School Teams Racing and Schools Sprint Racing Series, ideal for secondary school students who have progressed to Green Fleet racing. These include:
GLYC is proud to support local schools or combined school teams in participating in any of the Australian Sailing School Team Sailing series. Should you have any queries or need support in entering a team, please contact our Discover Sailing Principal, Sharna Duff via firstname.lastname@example.org
GLYC in conjunction with Australian Sailing has in the past conducted a Teacher Professional Development Day centred on the sport of sailing.
Sailing as a sport, address several areas of the current school curriculum particularly in personal development. Not only does it offer students a fun based activity on the water, it teaches them water safety and awareness, teamwork, communication skills, self-reliance and problem solving skills. The aim of our Teacher PD Day is to:
Further course details:
To register: email your name, school and participants to email@example.com