Out of Class Activities

Nepean Wolves has been actively involved in a number of out-of-school-hours and school-based programs since 2005.

Contact Senior Instructor David Adlam on 0408 609 464 for further information or enquiries.

Public School Sport Associations (PSSA)
Nepean Wolves has been conducting school based Taekwondo sport programs in conjunction with PSSA programs since 2005. During that time, classes have been conducted with many primary schools in the Nepean area.

The programs are designed for specific age groups and cover all levels from kindergarten to year 6 students. Many of the students participating in these classes are students that are not interested in participating in a team sport but still want to be challenged.

We are currently conducting PSSA classes in the following schools:

·        Oxley Park Public School

·        Glenmore Park Public School

·        Blackwell Public School

·        Western Grammar School


Active After-school Communities Program

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is responsible for implementing the Government's sports policy. It manages the Australian Institute of Sport, and is the principle funding body for national sporting organisations. It has also provided sports participation opportunities for school children through programs such as Aussie Sport and the Active Australia School Network, delivered through the States and Territories.

In June 2004, the then Prime Minister announced the Building a Healthy, Active Australia package to address the issues of obesity and declining physical activity. A major component of the package was the Active After-school Communities (AASC) Program.

The AASC delivers physical activity sessions for primary school aged children at sites after school between 3.00pm and 5.30pm. The sessions are conducted in over 3,000 locations in metropolitan, rural, regional and remote communities in Australia. The activities are designed to increase children's participation in structured physical activity, to develop motor skills, and to promote a life-long love of physical activity.

Nepean Wolves AASC Programs
Nepean Wolves Senior Instructor David Adlam became involved with the ASC program in 2005 after completing the required training. Nepean Wolves is now involved with the AASC programs in both primary school and Out of School Hours (OOSH) communities and has recently been working in the following schools:

·        Australian Islamic College of Sydney

·        St Marys North Public School

·        Oxley Park Public School

Initially started as an 8 week program during a school term, the sessions are now based on a 7 week cycle and start with the basics of Taekwondo working through various stances and blocks to more difficult kicking and sparring techniques.

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