A huge number of our Skylark Squad athletes have just returned from an amazing trip to the Gold Coast, where the sun shone almost as brightly as our performances!
What is it that makes some people more successful than others? Are they just born gifted with talent? Are they luckier than other people? Or maybe, it’s the way that they think…
It’s likely to be cold and wet for the next little while so why not make some play-dough?
Play dough is a never ending tactile learning experience for all children. It’s a fantastic way to get creative, stimulate your imagination, and develop those fine motor skills. Plus it’s a whole lot of FUN!
Congratulations to all Skylark acrobats who competed at Nationals this weekend.
We’re really proud of all the AcroSquad members who have made the Victorian State Team for 2019 – here’s your chance to get to know a little bit more about them.
Did you know that Australia has research based guidelines for the appropriate amount of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep for all ages?
19 Skylark acrobats have qualified for the Australian Championships in May.
Congratulations to the Skylark Acrobats who have returned from a successful trip to the Vegas Acro Cup.
Mixed pair Dylan and Jaz placed 2nd overall and women’s group Madlen, Tegan and Ava placed 7th.
Skylark Sports trio Emily Cuddy, Holly Loquet and Sue Seki proudly represented Australia at the 2016 Flanders International Acro Cup in the city of Puurs, Belgium. The girls were selected to the Australian Team