Our Programs

Tackle6

Our Programs

Tackle6

What do we offer?

The Tackle6 Program aims to use rugby league as a vehicle to build skills, which will help students become more resilient and assist with the transition between primary and high school.

The program covers a range of topics and through various activities children learn about communication techniques, team building, understanding bullying, and gain valuable skills to help cope with life’s challenges.

The program incorporates the use of rugby league skills to address barriers to students learning and helps them to thrive in a school setting. The 3 key areas of the program are Teamwork, Leadership, and Communication (TLC) which are the fundamental areas of the Tackle6 program and help build resilience in children. Over the course of the program, students will learn the following 6 modules.

  • Anti-Bullying
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Physical Activity
  • Resilience

For Further Information:

Please call 07 4922 6180 during business hours and ask to speak to any of our friendly staff.

Funding Agency: Commonwealth Government – Department of Social Services – The Smith Family
Funded Period: 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021
Coordinator: Jamie Simpson

Team members:

Jamie Simpson