Two Ways To Play
HOW IT WORKS
• You pay Ginger Sport a flat rate. View pricing here.
• Pay as you go. We invoice you monthly, in arrears.
• You choose session length (from 30 minutes up to 8 hours).
• Price calculated on the length of the session and the number of children
• No lock-in contract. You decide month to month.
• You decide who plays on the day.
• Option to use QKFS funding to cover the cost.
• You can make a profit or cover the cost by choosing to charge parents to attend.
• Or offer it free of charge to parents as a centre selling point.
• You can break the session into mini sessions to get more children participating.
Why Choose Childcare Fun Soccer
We’ve been offering our fun soccer program at childcare centres across SEQ since 2009.
Soccer is a great sport for kids to start out with. We teach coordination and teamwork in a positive, fun, and nurturing environment.
ENERGETIC & ENTHUSIASTIC
Our hand-picked coaches are experts in the early-childhood space. Kids will be inspired to be active and healthy just like their much-loved coach.
ENGAGING & ENTERTAINING
Your soccer stars will love playing soccer-based games based on the characters and shows they know and love.
Plus they’ll beam with pride when they get their very own Ginger Sport medal of achievement twice a year!
EASY FOR CENTRES
Our coaches bring everything with them. There’s nothing for you to do.
EASY FOR PARENTS
Working parents love childcare soccer, because it frees up weekends for family time.
TALK TO US
If you’d like to chat about the best option for your centre, give us a shout. We’d love to hear from you.
☎ (07) 3890 3338
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The Perfect Match
NQF LEARNING OUTCOMES
SENSE OF IDENTITY
CONNECTING & CONTRIBUTING
GINGER SPORT’S ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Creating early positive associations with sport through fun and fitness contribute to a child’s identity and self-worth as someone who enjoys and participates in all the great things sports has to offer.
Our unique brand of sport creates belonging and connectedness with friends.
It’s about having a go and sharing a common interest with your teammates. It’s a great way to forge relationships and networks for life.
Our childcare sports are great for gross motor skills, coordination, and creating healthy habits. A healthy body creates a healthy mind, and healthy learners are lifelong learners.
More than just physical, sport is about trying hard and doing your best. It creates persistence & resilience.
Participating contributes to the self-confidence that kids need to become independent learners. Including sports like ours in your learning program provides meaningful opportunities for learning and growth.
Sport teaches kids to listen and use their words to understand, act, and achieve.
It’s about working together to achieve a goal. It fosters teamwork. It’s about problem solving and discovering ways to get things done. It encourages planning.
Does your learning program have an excellent rating under the National Quality Framework?
Did you know that ACECQA looks for exceptional practice in educational programs, such as sporting programs that maximise opportunities for learning and growth?
You can include Ginger Sport in your learning program today!
Introduction to the Program
A lot of careful planning goes into making a Ginger Sport fun soccer session exciting, energetic, engaging, enthusiastic, enjoyable, and entertaining.
SESSION PLANNING MADE EASY
We’ve developed a 100+ page annual session planner for coaches.
Our planner brings together Ginger Sport’s decade of game development and coaching expertise in the early-childhood niche.
INSIDE THE PLANNER
With 50 weeks of sessions, there’s a key theme for each week.
3 GAMES PER WEEK
Each week contains three different games.
Themes, messages, skills
Every game for the week carries through with the theme, with a core teaching message and skills the children will learn.
There’s even a different gag each week for you to entertain and delight the children.
Each session runs for 30 minutes, with a carefully timed combination of intro, three games, and close.
• The first game is a warm up and generally the shortest.
• The second game is the longest of the three games.
• The third and final game is somewhere in between in terms of duration.