Specialist Touch Football
The program is designed to develop skills and performance in Touch Football and provide pathways to club, state and national levels.
Touch Football is a young and exciting sport with opportunities for students to progress to the top level. Skill development and increased understanding of the game are key elements of the program. Involvement leads to increased opportunity for high level competition, training, coaching courses and referee courses.
Students will also have access to state coaches and officials.
Training is based on the latest Touch Football principles and will balance high intensity training with enjoyment. The Lakeland SHS Approved Specialist Touch Football Program is a part of Touch Football WA’s Elite Athletes Pathway.
Students are expected to follow a Code of Conduct, maintaining good behaviour, good attendance and participation in all aspects of school life, including other subjects.
The program caters for all experience levels. Players will be challenged in a supportive environment to extend their skills both technically and tactically in order to achieve their full potential.
Education & Further Opportunities
Students may also access the academic enrichment program
– NOVA and Specialist Music Technology – where they also meet the selection criteria for these programs.
In upper school, students can select a VET or ATAR pathway.
Lakeland SHS has strong partnerships with local associations and Touch Football WA to ensure students have access to further training outside of school.
- Completed application form – demonstrates the ability to meet the selection criteria
- Talent Identification & Development Program involving primary schools
- Trials, interviews and fitness testing
Students from outside the Lakeland SHS boundary will need to include this information in their application.
Current squad members enrolled at Lakeland SHS will also need to complete an application.
Enquires to The Touch Football Coordinator on 9412 3117 or by email email@example.com
Applications for admission to the program should be made by contacting the school’s Enrolment Officer.