THE Easter School Holidays are underway, and it’s not too late to get involved in parkour, gymnastics, basketball, boxing and mixed games at PCYC Bulli, from as low as $30.
“Mixed games is a new activity for us,” Bulli PCYC manager, Madison Holz said.
“We are introducing it to give more variety and choice to participants. We are also adding in a three on three basketball competition for 15 to 17-year-olds due to interest received, and a gymnastics open day so young people can feel free to try the sport and practice with our coaches.
“We picked these activities following feedback from previous school holidays and from what has worked well during the school term. We are expecting that parkour will be really popular because it is so unique, but the other sports will also be good fun for families looking to have their children stay active over the Easter break.” Ms Holz said while PCYC NSW partners with the NSW Police to support youth at-risk, that is just one aspect of its work. PCYC is a place for all young people.
PCYC Bulli offers a safe environment for young people to have fun, delivering activities and programs with qualified local instructors. PCYC Bulli delivers choice with a wide range of activities, and affordability to ensure everyone can have access. Young people and families can get involved in PCYC Bulli’s School Holiday program from Monday, April 15 with prices starting from just $30.
For more information visit http://www.pcycnsw.org.au/bulli or call 02 4284 3878