After school netball

After School Clinics aim to develop the basic netball skills of primary school students, whilst promoting confidence and the ability to work in a team.

Contact us to register your school for an After School Clinic, or to find out more information.
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The clinic is open exclusively to students from the school who booked the After School sessions.

The clinic is targeted towards students in grades 3 and 4, but we can be open to negotiation. It is open to students of all experience level, whether this will be their first time picking up a netball or they're a regular on the court.

The clinic is run on school grounds and goes for 6 weeks. Each session runs for an hour, commencing shortly after the final bell so students can go straight from their classrooms to the clinic.

Netball Tasmania employs qualified coaches to go to the school and deliver the sessions.

The clinic costs $60 per student for the 6 weeks (only $10 per session).

First, schools need to register their interest in the After School Clinic by emailing Once the details are confirmed, schools will be provided with a link to PlayHQ. Students can then use this link to register and pay for the clinic. 

For the clinic to be successful, we need a minimum of 14 students to register. This number allows for students to participate in 7-on-7 match play as they progress through the sessions.

Each school needs to provide a safe playing surface (preferably a netball or basketball court) and basic netball equipment for the coach to borrow each week.

Each school will be provided with the PlayHQ registration link and a promotional poster, but the school is asked to promote the clinic to their students and parents.

The school is asked to provide a teacher to be present at the end of each session to ensure that all students are safely collected.

Our students loved the opportunity to be involved in the After School Netball Clinic! The six-week program for our grade 3 and 4 students allowed them to learn a little about the game, acquire new skills and play some games. 

It was affordable and really well run with a qualified coach who worked well with our students. We would certainly take up this opportunity again.

- Susan McGann, principal at Holy Rosary Primary School