Partner Program

The Partnership program is the most suitable program for schools that are looking to deliver tennis within their Health and Physical Education Curriculum. This Australian Curriculum-aligned program adopts a Game Sense Approach (GSA) and helps develop the skills of students in a meaningful way.

Schools that commit to the sport by placing tennis in their Health and Physical Education Curriculum will be treated as an official partner school of Tennis and in turn, will receive benefits and support for their commitment.

Teacher Ambassador Program Benefits

Interested to find out more information about the Tennis for Schools programs and how tennis could assist you as a pre-service, primary or secondary teacher? The first step in your journey could be as simple as signing up to our ambassador program.

Curriculum Resources
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These are aligned to the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education.
Bounce Access
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The online learning platform which is home to a whole range of additional resources and support materials.

Play Program

Interested in establishing before/after school or lunch time playing opportunities? The Play Program supports schools with structured play and allows students to develop their personal, social and emotional skills through playing with their peers. Schools can apply for funding through the Australian Sports Commission Sporting Schools initiative to help establish their program.

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School Competition

There are a range of competition opportunities available to suit the needs of students in your school, from lunch time intra-school competition to inter-school competitions.

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Red Ball Parade on Pat Rafter Arena during their Group E match on Day 1 of the 2023 United Cup at Pat Rafter Arena in Brisbane on Thursday, December 29, 2022. MANDATORY PHOTO CREDIT Tennis Australia/ DAN PELED
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