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It helps them build constructive relationships with each other, their schools, families and community members. Females aged 16 and over are welcomed to come and have a kick, fall in love with the game and play for their local club. Through the program, the girls have access to positive educational experiences and to role models. Please see below clubs lists to find your nearest team. Watch Girls at the Centre program Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia In Australia, there is a large gap in the educational achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women compared with their non-Indigenous peers. In both locations the program runs in partnership with local schools. Already the program is having a positive impact. A strong, community minded competition, it attracts all females looking to meet new people, play some great footy and be a part of strong clubs to come and give it a go. Traditionally the season commences in April however clubs are always welcoming of new participants looking to try the game. Girls at the Centre Our actions count The Smith Family creates opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education. The competition continues to go from strength to strength and encourages any and all females interested in playing the game to contact their nearest club. The season traditionally commences in April however clubs are welcoming of players all year round. AFL Central West The Central West competition is heading into its second year in in doing so will introduce the fifth team into the competition. In , AFL: The program also strengthened family and community engagement with the school. Save the date: U15 competition Division 1 and Division 2 — core focus of participation and introduction. Venues will be Griffith, Narrandera and Wagga Wagga. Watch Girls at the Centre program An aspirational program, which through an external evaluation process, has shown to have significant positive impacts on school attendance, life goals and skills and on relationships and engagement with the school and families. This additional support helps them develop life goals and life skills, and establish a positive pathway from school to further study and work. Wagga girls



School staff report improved school attendance rates for girls on the program, greater engagement in learning and improved attitudes and behaviours. A strong community competition the competition invites all interested females to come and try the game. The season traditionally commences in April however clubs are welcoming of players all year round. U15 competition Division 1 and Division 2 — core focus of participation and introduction. The program also strengthened family and community engagement with the school. Girls at the Centre Our actions count The Smith Family creates opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education. Players of all ages have an opportunity to participate in our game across more regions than ever before. Competition levels increase with age to continue to develop player skills. Traditionally the season commences in April however clubs are always welcoming of new participants looking to try the game. Download PDF We measure our outcomes An independent evaluation3 of the Girls at the Centre program showed how highly valued the program was by the girls, school staff and their families. A strong, community minded competition, it attracts all females looking to meet new people, play some great footy and be a part of strong clubs to come and give it a go. In the last year our work supported over , children, young people, parents, carers and community professionals across 94 communities throughout regional and metropolitan Australia. Venues will be Griffith, Narrandera and Wagga Wagga. Females aged 16 and over are welcomed to come and have a kick, fall in love with the game and play for their local club. AFL Central West The Central West competition is heading into its second year in in doing so will introduce the fifth team into the competition. Sunday, April 2, for the Gala Day that will launch the U12 season. Watch Girls at the Centre program An aspirational program, which through an external evaluation process, has shown to have significant positive impacts on school attendance, life goals and skills and on relationships and engagement with the school and families. Youth Girls competitions are female specific competitions aimed at introducing new players to AFL and continuing the pathway for females aged 13 to 18 years. Watch Girls at the Centre program Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia In Australia, there is a large gap in the educational achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women compared with their non-Indigenous peers. Between , a pilot of the program was delivered in Alice Springs, NT. Through the program, the girls have access to positive educational experiences and to role models. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs. The competition continues to go from strength to strength and encourages any and all females interested in playing the game to contact their nearest club. It helps them build constructive relationships with each other, their schools, families and community members. Save the date: More information on the league is available here. In , AFL: Head to play. The impact of education on Aboriginal girls has a further flow on effect as women are often instrumental in bringing about social change. Yet Australian research shows that for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 15 to 34, the positive influence of education on employment rates is stronger for women than for men.

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This additional support helps them develop life goals and life skills, and establish a positive pathway from school to further study and work. The competition continues to go from strength to strength and encourages any and all females interested in playing the game to contact their nearest club. A strong, community minded competition, it attracts all females looking to meet new people, play some great footy and be a part of strong clubs to come and give it a go. Download PDF We measure our outcomes An independent evaluation3 of the Girls at the Centre program showed how highly valued the program was by the girls, school staff and their families. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs. It helps them build constructive relationships with each other, their schools, families and community members. Already the program is having a positive impact. In the last year our work supported over , children, young people, parents, carers and community professionals across 94 communities throughout regional and metropolitan Australia. In both locations the program runs in partnership with local schools. Girls at the Centre Our actions count The Smith Family creates opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education. Competition levels increase with age to continue to develop player skills. More information on the league is available here. Watch Girls at the Centre program An aspirational program, which through an external evaluation process, has shown to have significant positive impacts on school attendance, life goals and skills and on relationships and engagement with the school and families. Females aged 16 and over are welcomed to come and have a kick, fall in love with the game and play for their local club. A strong community competition the competition invites all interested females to come and try the game. Females aged 16 and above are encouraged to contact their nearest club and give the game a go. Head to play. Sunday, April 2, for the Gala Day that will launch the U12 season. The program also strengthened family and community engagement with the school. Between , a pilot of the program was delivered in Alice Springs, NT. U15 competition Division 1 and Division 2 — core focus of participation and introduction. The Girls at the Centre model uses evidence-based components including resources, programs, activities and events which focus on the specific needs of Aboriginal girls and help to keep them engaged in their learning.



































Wagga girls



Competition levels increase with age to continue to develop player skills. U15 competition Division 1 and Division 2 — core focus of participation and introduction. Females aged 16 and over are welcomed to come and have a kick, fall in love with the game and play for their local club. AFL Central West The Central West competition is heading into its second year in in doing so will introduce the fifth team into the competition. Please see below clubs lists to find your nearest team. In both locations the program runs in partnership with local schools. Watch Girls at the Centre program An aspirational program, which through an external evaluation process, has shown to have significant positive impacts on school attendance, life goals and skills and on relationships and engagement with the school and families. Youth Girls competitions are female specific competitions aimed at introducing new players to AFL and continuing the pathway for females aged 13 to 18 years. Yet Australian research shows that for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 15 to 34, the positive influence of education on employment rates is stronger for women than for men. This additional support helps them develop life goals and life skills, and establish a positive pathway from school to further study and work. Traditionally the season commences in April however clubs are always welcoming of new participants looking to try the game. Already the program is having a positive impact. Girls at the Centre Our actions count The Smith Family creates opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education. The season traditionally commences in April however clubs are welcoming of players all year round. More information on the league is available here. Between , a pilot of the program was delivered in Alice Springs, NT. A strong community competition the competition invites all interested females to come and try the game.

Players of all ages have an opportunity to participate in our game across more regions than ever before. Between , a pilot of the program was delivered in Alice Springs, NT. Head to play. Competition levels increase with age to continue to develop player skills. Females aged 16 and above are encouraged to contact their nearest club and give the game a go. Females aged 16 and over are welcomed to come and have a kick, fall in love with the game and play for their local club. Traditionally the season commences in April however clubs are always welcoming of new participants looking to try the game. Watch Girls at the Centre program An aspirational program, which through an external evaluation process, has shown to have significant positive impacts on school attendance, life goals and skills and on relationships and engagement with the school and families. Download PDF We measure our outcomes An independent evaluation3 of the Girls at the Centre program showed how highly valued the program was by the girls, school staff and their families. The competition continues to go from strength to strength and encourages any and all females interested in playing the game to contact their nearest club. Girls at the Centre Our actions count The Smith Family creates opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education. In the last year our work supported over , children, young people, parents, carers and community professionals across 94 communities throughout regional and metropolitan Australia. In both locations the program runs in partnership with local schools. The season traditionally commences in April however clubs are welcoming of players all year round. U15 competition Division 1 and Division 2 — core focus of participation and introduction. The Girls at the Centre model uses evidence-based components including resources, programs, activities and events which focus on the specific needs of Aboriginal girls and help to keep them engaged in their learning. School staff report improved school attendance rates for girls on the program, greater engagement in learning and improved attitudes and behaviours. Venues will be Griffith, Narrandera and Wagga Wagga. A strong, community minded competition, it attracts all females looking to meet new people, play some great footy and be a part of strong clubs to come and give it a go. AFL Central West The Central West competition is heading into its second year in in doing so will introduce the fifth team into the competition. Already the program is having a positive impact. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs. Yet Australian research shows that for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 15 to 34, the positive influence of education on employment rates is stronger for women than for men. Please see below clubs lists to find your nearest team. This additional support helps them develop life goals and life skills, and establish a positive pathway from school to further study and work. The program also strengthened family and community engagement with the school. A strong community competition the competition invites all interested females to come and try the game. Watch Girls at the Centre program Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia In Australia, there is a large gap in the educational achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women compared with their non-Indigenous peers. Wagga girls



The Girls at the Centre model uses evidence-based components including resources, programs, activities and events which focus on the specific needs of Aboriginal girls and help to keep them engaged in their learning. Girls at the Centre Our actions count The Smith Family creates opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education. In , AFL: Download PDF We measure our outcomes An independent evaluation3 of the Girls at the Centre program showed how highly valued the program was by the girls, school staff and their families. Through the program, the girls have access to positive educational experiences and to role models. U15 competition Division 1 and Division 2 — core focus of participation and introduction. Players of all ages have an opportunity to participate in our game across more regions than ever before. A strong community competition the competition invites all interested females to come and try the game. Venues will be Griffith, Narrandera and Wagga Wagga. Youth Girls competitions are female specific competitions aimed at introducing new players to AFL and continuing the pathway for females aged 13 to 18 years. School staff report improved school attendance rates for girls on the program, greater engagement in learning and improved attitudes and behaviours. Females aged 16 and above are encouraged to contact their nearest club and give the game a go. AFL Central West The Central West competition is heading into its second year in in doing so will introduce the fifth team into the competition. It helps them build constructive relationships with each other, their schools, families and community members. Sunday, April 2, for the Gala Day that will launch the U12 season. Head to play. The competition continues to go from strength to strength and encourages any and all females interested in playing the game to contact their nearest club. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs. More information on the league is available here. Females aged 16 and over are welcomed to come and have a kick, fall in love with the game and play for their local club. Please see below clubs lists to find your nearest team. Already the program is having a positive impact. Save the date: In the last year our work supported over , children, young people, parents, carers and community professionals across 94 communities throughout regional and metropolitan Australia. The season traditionally commences in April however clubs are welcoming of players all year round. Watch Girls at the Centre program Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia In Australia, there is a large gap in the educational achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women compared with their non-Indigenous peers.

Wagga girls



Watch Girls at the Centre program Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia In Australia, there is a large gap in the educational achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women compared with their non-Indigenous peers. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs. The program also strengthened family and community engagement with the school. Traditionally the season commences in April however clubs are always welcoming of new participants looking to try the game. Watch Girls at the Centre program An aspirational program, which through an external evaluation process, has shown to have significant positive impacts on school attendance, life goals and skills and on relationships and engagement with the school and families. A strong community competition the competition invites all interested females to come and try the game. Between , a pilot of the program was delivered in Alice Springs, NT. It helps them build constructive relationships with each other, their schools, families and community members. In both locations the program runs in partnership with local schools. Already the program is having a positive impact. Girls at the Centre Our actions count The Smith Family creates opportunities for young Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education. In the last year our work supported over , children, young people, parents, carers and community professionals across 94 communities throughout regional and metropolitan Australia. The season traditionally commences in April however clubs are welcoming of players all year round. The impact of education on Aboriginal girls has a further flow on effect as women are often instrumental in bringing about social change. Players of all ages have an opportunity to participate in our game across more regions than ever before. Competition levels increase with age to continue to develop player skills. Through the program, the girls have access to positive educational experiences and to role models. Download PDF We measure our outcomes An independent evaluation3 of the Girls at the Centre program showed how highly valued the program was by the girls, school staff and their families. This additional support helps them develop life goals and life skills, and establish a positive pathway from school to further study and work. The Girls at the Centre model uses evidence-based components including resources, programs, activities and events which focus on the specific needs of Aboriginal girls and help to keep them engaged in their learning. In , AFL: More information on the league is available here. A strong, community minded competition, it attracts all females looking to meet new people, play some great footy and be a part of strong clubs to come and give it a go. Sunday, April 2, for the Gala Day that will launch the U12 season.

Wagga girls



AFL Central West The Central West competition is heading into its second year in in doing so will introduce the fifth team into the competition. Females aged 16 and above are encouraged to contact their nearest club and give the game a go. Players of all ages have an opportunity to participate in our game across more regions than ever before. A strong community competition the competition invites all interested females to come and try the game. The competition continues to go from strength to strength and encourages any and all females interested in playing the game to contact their nearest club. Sunday, April 2, for the Gala Day that will launch the U12 season. It helps them build constructive relationships with each other, their schools, families and community members. U15 competition Division 1 and Division 2 — core focus of participation and introduction. Yet Australian research shows that for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 15 to 34, the positive influence of education on employment rates is stronger for women than for men. Youth Girls competitions are female specific competitions aimed at introducing new players to AFL and continuing the pathway for females aged 13 to 18 years. Watch Girls at the Centre program Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia Making crucial steps towards addressing educational inequality in Australia In Australia, there is a large gap in the educational achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women compared with their non-Indigenous peers. Please see below clubs lists to find your nearest team. Traditionally the season commences in April however clubs are always welcoming of new participants looking to try the game. Through the program, the girls have access to positive educational experiences and to role models.

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  1. The season traditionally commences in April however clubs are welcoming of players all year round. Watch Girls at the Centre program An aspirational program, which through an external evaluation process, has shown to have significant positive impacts on school attendance, life goals and skills and on relationships and engagement with the school and families. Venues will be Griffith, Narrandera and Wagga Wagga.

  2. Youth Girls competitions are female specific competitions aimed at introducing new players to AFL and continuing the pathway for females aged 13 to 18 years. Already the program is having a positive impact.

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