The Port Adelaide Football Club was established in 1870 and joined the Australian Football League in 1997. The club won its first AFL Premiership in 2004.
The club facilitates a number of school programs which cover some of the key issues in society including; health, wellbeing and resilience, gender inequality and respectful relationships, cultural awareness and reconciliation, youth education pathway and retention and employment transitions.
Our players are really passionate about reading and living a healthy lifestyle and encourage you all to participate in the Premier’s Reading & Be Active Challenges!
The Community Youth Program is available for metropolitan primary schools in a 3-week format as well as offering the program virtually for regional and remote schools across Australia. The online learning platform provides student workbook sheets to complete using a laptop as well as an option to print at home and the lessons are complimented by AFL player videos.
To find out more information and to see how your school can get involved, click the links below:
Have a question about the Challenge?
Please email our Premier’s Reading Challenge mailbox or call for assistance. We look forward to hearing from you.