The Tag League Association has developed a program to assist schools in the facilitation of sport on weekly Sports Days.

Program Overview

  • Suitable for Years 3 through 10, Boys & Girls.
  • Run weekly on the same day and time as nominated by the school.
  • Can be for single or multiple class groups, Year Groups or multiple year groups.
  • Can be run at a school sports ground or other local sports venue.
  • All equipment is provided, including Balls, Belts, Tags, Cones, etc.
  • One or more qualified instructors facilitate the program, with a recommended ratio of 1 instructor for each 16 students.
  • Drinking water and disposable cups are supplied along with Insect Repellent & Sun Screen.
  • Instructors are First Aid Qualified and have First Aid Kits on hand.
  • Instructors comply with and hold a current Certificate of Clearance under the "New Working with Children Check".
  • Students are accompanied to the venue by teacher/s, no teacher participation is required.
  • Each weekly session lasts 1 hour with the program usually running over 8-10 weeks.
  • Each week new skills are introduced through fun drills, with the session concluding with a game of Tag League.
  • Skills development includes;
    • Throwing
    • Catching
    • Tagging
    • Field position
    • Team work
    • Avoiding Injury
    • Sun Protection
    • Proper Hydration
    • Playing by the rules
    • Accepting Referees decisions
    • Playing in the Spirit of the Game
  • For larger year groups, a competition draw can be developed  for each week, with a winning team crowned at the end of the program.
  • Provision is made for 2 wet weather days. If weather or ground conditions do not permit the program to be conducted in any given week, that week will be rescheduled later in the term.