A recent study from the University of Newcastle has shown that engaging in play with an appropriate level of risk helps children to become more resilient and increases their self-confidence.
There’s more to outdoor sport and recreation than just the physical benefits; experiences outside the classroom can improve learning and cultivate personal, social, and emotional development. Importantly, experiences outside the classroom in a diverse environment, are integral to developing these skills.
Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres, awarded medals to 31 Duke of Edinburgh volunteers from NSW in a Long Service Recognition Ceremony at Parliament House on Wednesday 3rd May 2017.
Summer was one of our biggest seasons yet, with over 1,500 kids attending holiday camps at Sport and Recreation Centres across the state.
With the continued hot weather across NSW it’s important to make sure that all players, coaches, officials and spectators are properly protected from the sun.
Diabetes NSW & ACT hosted a camp for four to nine year olds with type 1 diabetes at the Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation from 16 to 18 January.
The annual Pony Club NSW State Camp was held 8 to 13 January at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre.
Move over Harry Potter - Quidditch has come to Berry
It is official! The Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation has achieved the highest rating for its food operations. They received 5 stars and an excellent rating.
In partnership with Cancer Council NSW, each Sport and Recreation Centre implements a best practice sun protection policy to minimise the over-exposure of staff and children to harmful UV