The ARC Campbelltown recognises the importance of creating an environment where there is equal access for everyone to participate in programs and enjoy the facilities. The centre has been designed to cater for parents with prams, older people and people with disability.
The Charter has helped The ARC Campbelltown build capacity, inclusivity, understanding and awareness of the autism spectrum through guidance and awareness training.
Lolly Jar Circus has been running classes from the Program Room at The ARC on Wednesday afternoons for nearly 3 years.
It is a charity that offers circus classes to young people, including those with physical or intellectual disabilities or at social risk, with the aims of improving their physical, emotional and social health. Activities include tumbling, trapeze, stilt-walking, juggling, plate-spinning and much more.
There is a home-school class at 2:50pm, a one-on-one class at 4pm, and two group classes at 5:10pm and 6:20pm.
Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia’s leading preschool sport and exercise program. Operating since 2004, they currently run classes for children aged 1.5–6 years at more than 200 locations nationally. Their physio-designed multi-sport activities teach preschoolers the fundamentals of 10 different sports and develop and enhance gross and fine motor skills in a fun, social, non-competitive and supportive environment.
Ready Steady Go Kids seeks to promote a healthy lifestyle, develop a lifelong passion for physical activity and sport, decrease childhood obesity, increase confidence and prepare children for participation in school and the broader community