Spikezone (Primary School) Training
Spikezone is Volleyball Australia’s entry-level junior volleyball program for primary school kids aged between 9 and 12 (years 4-6). At Dragons, we run this Learn to Play junior program using modified equipment and rules to ensure kids have fun, get active, develop new skills and teamwork. With this in mind, our coach/player ratio is 1:6 so that coaches can focus on a small group of children to deliver a good quality program.
Spikezone is part of our Junior Program. As players mature and enter high school, they will have the opportunity of moving up to the High School part of our program, and possibly other Dragons programs such as Junior Premier Volleyball League and Dragons Academy (by invitation only) down the track.
When and where is training?
Training runs during school terms 1 to 4 and also over summer holidays (December-January), giving you the flexibility to sign up on a term-by-term basis and for the number of sessions each week. Registration is accepted any time except the last two weeks of term (where capacity allows). Spikezone is currently held at The Gap SHS only. Training time is usually 6pm - 7.15pm.
Can my child try out for Spikezone?
All newcomers must register to try out/trial. Walk-ins are not accepted. If your child will continue for the rest of the term, the first session is payable as part of the term fee. If you decide not to continue after trying out, you will not be charged for the trial session.
Volleyball Queensland (VQ) Membership
As an affiliate club with Volleyball Queensland, each player must have a current Volleyball Queensland membership to participate in our programs. Spikezone requires a minimum membership level of 'Spikezone', but the member could also have 'Recreational' or 'Full' membership. Following registration for the Junior Program, we will direct you to the Volleyball Queensland membership page, so that you can get that sorted. Please see VQ Membership Requirements for more information.
2022 Term 2 Information & Registration
Information such as schedule, venue and registration will be released about 2 weeks before the term starts.