Beyond School - After School Activities

Inclusive Sport SA

Inclusive Sport SA supports various sport programs and works with State sporting organisations and various recreation centres to promote the philosophy of inclusion. This enables people living with disability to access regular sporting opportunities in the general community. These opportunities range from introductory levels to competitions.

Inclusive SA sports include:

  • AFL Football
  • Soccer
  • Futsal
  • Basketball
  • Netball
  • Indoor Cricket
  • Indoor Rowing
  • Lawn Bowls

Inclusive Sport SA also offer a Sports Therapy (Positive Behaviour Support) service aims to improve the quality of life and self-esteem of participants through the inclusion of sports and fitness based activities into their life.

Click on the link to their website below to find out more about their programs. 

http://inclusivesportsa.com.au/

 

Lolly Jar Circus

Lolly Jar Circus offers regular circus classes for young people, including and especially those with physical or intellectual disabilities or who are socially at risk.  Weekly classes are for young people aged up to 26 years and run in line with State school terms. By attending regular classes, participants can build on their skills and confidence as well as make lasting friendships. Trainers experienced in circus or gymnastics teach tumbling, balancing, stilt-walking, hula hooping, spinning plates and juggling. Each activity and piece of equipment can be modified to allow participants to progress at their own pace. 

Click on the link to their website below to find out more about their programs. 

https://www.lollyjarcircus.org/

 

No Strings Attached

No Strings Attached creates original theatre through the unique perspectives of our artists and performers who live with disability. They produce locally, tour nationally and discover new talent in weekly workshops tailored to the individual needs of participants. They develop members' skills in all areas of theatre production, and produce work which raises awareness for and about people with disabilities.

Click on the link to their website below to find out more about their programs. 

http://www.nostringsattached.org.au

 

Special Olympics SA

Provide weekly sports training and regular competition for people with an intellectual disability. They have a variety of programs including: Athleltics, Basketball, Cricket, Equestrian and Football.

Click ont he link to their website below to find out more about their programs.

http://www.specialolympics.com.au/index.php/adelaide