Schools Enjoy Bowl Patrol in Centre

By Emily Rennes
December 11, 2019

Centres and associations across Australia who purchased the Bowl Patrol equipment are enjoying the opportunity to showcase the national learn to bowl program with visiting schools. Often with the help of Sporting Schools funding, primary school students are enjoying the thrill and spills of learning to bowl utilising Bowl Patrol curriculum and modifications.

Schools like Sacred Heart School – Goomalling in Western Australia, who joyfully travelled well over one and a half hours to ZONE BOWLING Morley, to put what they’d learnt at school into practice on the Bowl Patrol carpeted lanes.

Teachers pick up the Bowl Patrol curriculum easily with access to online Lane Ranger resources including session plans.

Not only does this allow the centre an additional opportunity to utilise the equipment, recruiting participants for the follow term’s program, but student and teachers are impressed with the modified learning experience. Here’s some of the feedback from the students and teachers of Sacred Heart School – Goomalling:

Mia, mentioned in the story above, is our WA Sport Development Officer Mia Buswell. Working alongside school and centres, she’s continuing to increase the participation rates of tenpin bowling in WA.

If your school wants a fully funded Bowl Patrol program or to go tenpin bowling, the principal should register with Sporting Schools:

For Bowl Patrol programs at your centre:

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