Membership & Affiliation

Schools can join Volleyball WA free of charge as a Silver affiliate which will allow them to enter our school-aged events. If Schools wish to enter teams into additional events and competitions, like the WA Volleyball League, schools can upgrade to a Platinum affiliation. To find out please refer to the Affiliation Guide below.


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Volleyball WA delivers a range of competitions throughout the school year. Schools can nominate teams for the Think Again Beach Volleyball Cup, WA Volleyball Schools Cup and WA Volleyball Junior League. Winners of the WA Volleyball Schools Cup are then able to nominate teams for the Volleyball Australia Schools Cup in December. Schools also have the opportunity to join the WA Volleyball League by upgrading to the Platinum affiliation

Volleyball WA School Competitions

Kids Volley Spikezone & Sporting Schools

Volleyball WA is part of the Government’s Sporting Schools initiative aimed at increasing children’s participation in sport. Volleyball WA’s Sporting Schools program is called "Spikezone", a Kid Volley initiative designed for primary school aged children. To book your Sporting Schools session click the button below or head to the Sporting Schools web page.


Kids can transition from Sporting Schools clinics to playing at a Kids Volley Centre. A number of Volleyball WA’s affiliated clubs also offer Primary School children the opportunity to play the Spikezone version of Volleyball. Click the button below to find your closest Kid Volley centre and join the fun.


Think Again WA School Volleyball Clinics

In partnership with Healthway, Volleyball WA delivers clinics to assist High School students with skill development for school competitions, as part of Physical Education Studies curriculum and to help prepare for Practical Examinations.

Our fully-accredited coaches can also cater for out-of-school clinics, social days and much more.

To request a clinic or to find out what Volleyball WA can provide for your school, please contact our Schools and Junior Development Coordinator.


Teacher PD

Volleyball WA hosts multiple Teacher PD courses throughout the school year. Open to both Primary and Secondary school teachers, participants can choose between an introductory or intermediate course.

To book into an upcoming course please check the Schools calendar above. Or, if you wish to organise a private PD course for your school, please contact our Workforce and Club Development Coordinator above.



Open to Primary and Secondary school teachers. Learning outcomes of the workshop include ball skills, coaching and basic refereeing skills, game ideas, drills and individual skill progression.




Revision of skills from the introductory course. Learning outcomes of the workshop include how to teach the skills of blocking, defence, spiking variations, how to use a back row setter, serve reception and the use of a libero.