Remote Engagement

Gymnastics Northern Territory are a provider for the Northern Territory Government Remote Sport Voucher Scheme. The sport voucher scheme for remote children provides access to sport, recreation and cultural activities in remote areas of the Northern Territory. Gymnastics NT are also providers for the Sporting Schools Program, offering gymnastics programs funded by Sport Australia to Schools in rural and remote NT.

Launchpad: KinderGym (0 – 5 year old) – Is founded on child development principles and is specifically designed as a movement-based learning experience for children from zero to five years.
Launchpad: GymFun (5-8 year olds) –Is focused on the fundamental movement patterns that assist children progress into more advanced skills or activities. The games and activities in GymFun are safe and encourage children to work with others, cooperate and build selfesteem.
Launchpad: GymSkills (8 - 12 year olds) – As children develop their movement skills, we introduce activities that are more advanced and challenging. GymSkills is designed to keep participants engaged and enthusiastic whilst challenging their minds and bodies. All participants are encouraged to actively participate in the program by attempting skills at least once.
Launchpad: FreeG Kids – FreeG is a term used to describe a new and rapidly developing activity which encourages participants to use traditional gymnastics equipment in new ways. It draws on influences from martial arts, free running, parkour, tricking and breakdance. This program introduces participants to key concepts and basic skills.
Partner Name

Northern Territory Government