A) School Membership
B) Events for Schools
To organise an event for their students, teachers are invited to contact:
The above contacts can provide information about possible times and maps to use, or it could be that you have a specific map and time in mind. Payment arrangements should be discussed when booking.
Additionally, the two major school events for 2018 are:
Mon, 21 May Schools Individual Championships:
Location: The Paddocks Reserve, Bridge Rd, Para Hills West
Organising Club Yalanga
Entries Close: 7 May
Click Here for Entry form [must be submitted as word document]
Fri, 31 Aug Schools Relay Championships: Thorndon Park Athelstone
Organised by Orienteering SA
Entries Close: 17 Aug
Click Here for Entry Form [must be submitted as word document]
C) In School Support (Also see Sporting Schools Page. Primary Schools wishing to get funding should apply for support through the Sporting Schools Portal)
This is available in a number of forms:
- An orienteering map can be made of of your school (or updated if one is already available) and training provided to enable you to use software to plan & print your own courses. Basic information about orienteering activities suitable for schools will also be provided. Schools need to be prepared to contribute towards the cost of a new map. The amount will vary depending on school size (Primary School, High School, R - 12 Campus). A quote will be provided when a mapping request is submitted.
- Subject to availability a coach will be able to work with you with an in school activity using the above map. Cost: $50 per class for a one hour session or similar including gst. . The cost for maps where supplied by OSA will be advised. A school can also print maps from a master copy supplied if preferred. Please email below to discuss your requirements and the costs.
- Primary schools are encouraged to apply for Sporting Schools funding to cover costs of in school sessions and production of a school map.
Get the Starter Pack more detailed information.
D) Do it Yourself Orienteering
A growing number of permanent courses are also set up which can be accessed at any time and do not require controls to be put out and collected. For more information go to DIY Orienteering.
E) How a teacher can become a Level 0 Coach in Orienteering. One of the best ways of preparing yourself to run an effective orienteering programme in your school is to become an accredited level 0 coach. Click on the following attachment to find out more: BECOMING A LEVEL 0 ORIENTEERING COACH