Physical Education (P.E.), often seen as less important to the school curriculum than other more ‘academic’ subjects, took a further blow during the COVID-19 lockdowns, according […]
Quality teaching in physical education can and should draw upon a wide range of sources, including culturally diverse methods. To coincide with Aboriginal and Torres Strait […]
COVID-19 continues to confine families to their home with children struggling to fill the void left by regular physical activity in a team environment but parents […]
A youth sport summit to be held in Adelaide this Thursday will gather leaders across South Australia’s schools, sporting organisations and government to learn from internationally […]
Under more pressure than ever to train harder, perform better and to look amazing while they do it, all in the full glare of social media. That’s the reality of women in sport.
Hundreds of South Australian primary school students descended on Flinders University yesterday for a footy extravaganza with a twist.
Teenage girls are shying away from sports in high school because social media is making them self-conscious about their bodies, Flinders University research shows.
Some of South Australia’s top sporting figures will make presentations at a symposium to launch Flinders University’s new Sport, Health and Physical Education Research (SHAPE) Centre today.