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Shoosh for Kids winter resources

Shoosh for Kids  is aimed at promoting positive behaviour at junior sport.

The resources below can be downloaded by clubs/associations and used to promote the importance of keeping comments positive at junior sport year-round.


S4K (all sports) A3 poster
S4K (all sports) A4 poster
AFL poster
Basketball poster
Biathlon poster
Football (soccer) poster
Gymnastics poster
Hockey poster
Ice Hockey poster
Karting poster
Netball poster
Oztag poster
Pony Club poster
Rugby League poster
Rugby Union poster
Tennis poster
Volleyball poster


Social media

S4K social media post copy
S4K (all sports) social tile
AFL social tile
Basketball social tile
Biathlon social tile
Football (soccer) social tile
Gymnastics social tile
Hockey social tile
Ice Hockey social tile
Karting social tile
Motorcycling social tile
Netball social tile
Oztag social tile
Pony Club social tile
Rugby League social tile
Rugby Union social tile
Tennis social tile
Volleyball social tile

Email signature S4K email signature banner general
S4K email signature banner Sport NSW
S4K email signature banner PCYC
S4K email signature banner
eDM/website banners

S4K eDM banner
AFL banner
Basketball banner
Biathlon banner
Football (soccer) banner
Gymnastics banner
Hockey banner
Ice Hockey banner
Karting banner
Motorcycling banner
Netball banner
Oztag banner
Pony Club banner
Rugby League banner
Rugby Union banner
Tennis banner
Volleyball banner


S4K (all sports) image
AFL image
Basketball image
Biathlon image
Football (soccer) image
Gymnastics image
Hockey image
Ice Hockey image
Karting image
Motorcycling image
Netball image
Oztag image
Pony Club image
Rugby League image
Rugby Union image
Tennis image
Volleyball image

Logos Shoosh for Kids logo (png)
Shoosh for Kids logo (pdf)
Ground announcement recordings and scripts

During sport: Before beginning, kids and officials ‘shoosh’ the crowd to remind spectators to keep their comments positive. If inappropriate behaviour is being displayed after this, the participants and officials stop, turn to the audience and ‘shoosh’ them.