Queensland primary schools welcome back Youth of Tomorrow’s – Schools Future Fit Program, a national youth empowerment education program delivering comprehensive life education in the 21st Century.
This year, up to 600 primary school students from low socio-economic areas within South East Queensland and Brisbane will be attending the program on Monday, 27 November.
The education program will be the 3rd annual flagship event in Queensland and will be delivered at the iconic world-class Pat Rafter Arena at the Queensland Tennis Centre.
Tennis Legend and Patron Pat Cash is excited to be bringing the flagship event back to Queensland.
“We’ve been delivering the Schools Future Fit Program in three states for 15 years’ and we’re committed to supporting Aussie kids with life education skills,” Pat Cash said.
The Schools Future Fit Program flagship event will see a record number of students in attendance from:
- Woodridge State School
- Woodridge North State School
- William Duncan State School
- Mabel Park State School
- Daisy Hill State School
- Acacia Ridge State School
- Burrowes State School
- Russell Island State School
Since 2008, Youth of Tomorrow has delivered the national education program in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales respectively and has achieved a record 11,000 youth participants.
The Schools Future Fit Program is delivered in partnership with the Australian Tennis Foundation and with over 70 national partners as part of a community-led initiative to support Australian school children.