The Creating Chances Youth Development Pathway

The Creating Chances Youth Development Pathway offers a structured and progressive program that is designed to build confident, capable and future-ready young people.

Using sports to explore personal development, community building, social change and post-school pathways, our groundbreaking pathway allows children and young people to explore core skills in a fun and safe environment, and equips them with the tools required to achieve their goals in life.

Each Creating Chances program fits into a pathway of learning and experience to encourage ongoing development throughout school. Programs are designed to actively engage young people through sessions in the classroom and on the field, with a focus on delivering the skills required to navigate life effectively and contribute to their communities as agents of positive social change.

Each program is led by a highly trained and accredited Creating Chances Head Facilitator, often with the aid of an Assistant Facilitator, who use cutting edge educational resources to deliver each workshop, lesson and activity.

There are five stages in the Creating Chances Youth Development Pathway, each designed for different stages of student development. 

For Primary Schools:

For students in years 5 and 6, Springboard focuses on creating resilient and positive learners prepared for their transition to high school.

For High Schools:

For students in years 7 to 9, Champions explores personal development, creating self aware and responsible learners.

For students in years 9 and 10, Coaches trains young people to deliver fun sport sessions with nearby primary schools to create leaders and local school connections.

For students in years 10 and 11, Game Changer creates advocates and active citizens through real-life project-based workshops.

And for students in years 10 to 12, Future Pathways workshops create opportunities for post-school success with individual transition plans and skills portfolio.

Each Creating Chances program fits into this pathway of learning and experience to encourage ongoing development throughout school.