ScoolNet clinics provide schools with a link to accredited and affiliated Netball WA coaches to bring professional netball programs to schools across WA. 

These clinics cater for all year levels and abilities, from beginners who have had little or no involvement in the sport, through to more specialist clinics offered for those currently participating in netball. ScoolNet clinics are available to participants of all abilities, as clinics can be tailored to meet the needs of individual skill levels. 

These clinics can be run before, during or after school hours, Monday to Friday, in any school term of the year. ScoolNet Clinics are able to be booked individually or in packages to suit your school’s timetable and needs.

ScoolNet Clinics are made up of three components:

This program is designed to give primary school aged children the best introduction to netball in a fun, positive and safe environment. The various components of the program are age appropriate and are designed for children to learn netball through enjoyable play and game based activities and competition.

School Clinics are fun, game-based skill activities and are designed to focus on improving a wide range of ball and movement skills through modified games. Sessions can be tailored to the schools’ needs to include specialised skills e.g. attacking, defending, footwork and ball skills.

Netball WA offers services for schools and students sitting the practical Netball Specific Skills WACE Exam.

Attend a full day skills training session

Students sitting the practical Netball Specific Skills WACE exam will have the opportunity to attend a full day skills training session at the Gold Netball Centre in Jolimont. The sessions will give students the opportunity to attend a full day of on court practical training covering the skills they may be required to demonstrate in the WACE practical netball exam. The sessions will be run by Netball WA presenters that have previously had involvement with the WACE practical exams.

Students will be required to bring:

-Water bottle
-Pen/Pencil & PE studies practical examination support material – netball Students will be required to wear:
-Suitable attire for practical on court work
-Suitable footwear for indoor court (Runners)
-Registration Fee: $100 (GST Inclusive) (minimum of 10 students required for session to run)

Have a Netball WA Coach attend your school

Netball WA is able to provide a Coach to attend your school to host a year 12 WACE Phys-ed studies class dedicated to netball skills.
Please Note:
-Sporting Schools Funding cannot be used for ScoolNet clinics. Please see here to go to the Sporting Schools page.
-ScoolNet Clinic registrations must be submitted to Netball WA at least two weeks prior to the clinic date.
-All programs are subject to coach availability within the school’s area.