Fit for Fun, Exer-science & Traditional Indigenous Games
Fit for Fun can offer your centre a variety of multi-skills sports with the option of tabloid sports, gala sports days (with more than one centre) and mini Olympics.
Ready Set Play Kids acknowledges the Elders, families and forbears of the Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri tribes of the Kulin who were the custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.
Traditional Indigenous Games (TIG) has become increasingly popular at the schools where it has been delivered, as well as school holiday incursions where it has been facilitated. With a variety of multi-sports games that provide participants with a greater understanding and appreciation of Indigenous culture - the way it was thousands of years ago and still is today, engaging students using a kinesthetic approach to better understand the culture of the First Australians. We believe this is a fundamental step to potentially better the future of Reconciliation. TIG workshops can be run as a two or three hour incursions.
TIG and Multi-sports are best programmed at the beginning of the school holidays when the children have more energy. We also strongly encourage this as a Summer program as we often end the day in a game of Kwatye (ponounced ‘Kwudge’) a traditional water fighting game from Arrerente Country (pronounced ‘Ar-ren-da’) near Alice Springs.
Exer-science workshops bring together our expert knowledge in children’s fitness and nutrition to educate, and involve participants in stretching, core strength exercises, agility and stretching. RSPK has been running multi-sports programs since we started in 2009.