Volleyball - Information


The game:

KiwiVolley is a modified version of Volleyball to make it easier for primary aged children. It is available for Year 3-6 students.  This game is played on a badminton court, with a 1.8m net. Teams have 4 players on the court at a time, but we recommend teams of 6 players, with players rotating on and off the court.

The ball they use is also specially designed for young volleyballers, it is softer and lighter so easy for young players to manage.

Years 3 & 4’s
Year 3 & 4 teams are only allowed 2 contacts to return the ball over the net. 1 catch and 1 hit (it must be in that order). The same player cannot make both contacts.
Year 3 & 4 teams will rotate at the completion of every rally.
The service is made by the team who won the previous point. The server must be more than 1 metre from the net.

Years 5 & 6’s
There are 3 hits per team, the ideal sequence is…….Pass Set Spike. A ball passed to a team mate may be caught and immediately thrown (rather than hit). The contact that plays the ball over the net (usually the 3rd contact) MUST be hit. The ball can be hit with ANY part of the body. Players rotate in a clockwise direction, when the serve has been won off the opposition team. After 5 serves from one player that team must rotate. A point is scored every rally.



QEYC (Queen Elizabeth Youth Centre), Eleventh Avenue


Season dates:

The season starts on Friday 30th October, and finishes either Friday 4th or Friday 11th December 2020.


Game times:

Games are played on Fridays anytime between 4.00pm – 7.15pm and consist of 2 x 20 min halves per game (there is no half-time break). The draw is e-mailed to the managers to distribute to their team before the game.



$25 per player.

Payment is  required at the end of the registration process; we no longer have the pay later option available.
** Please note that your child will not be entered into a team unless the registration form has been filled out and payment has been made (when filling in the form) by Friday 18th September **



To be confirmed by your coach / manager when the teams have been put together.



Players will need to wear a PPS sports uniform. If your child does not have a sports uniform it can be purchased from the uniform shop on Mondays and Fridays 8.30am – 9.30am and Tuesdays between 2.30pm – 3.00pm.


PPS Statement of Intent: Children in Sport

All parents should be aware of the PPS Sport Statement of Intent. Click here to view PPS Sport Statement of Intent.


Extra-Curricular Sports Code of Conduct:

All players and parents are required to agree to follow the PPS Extra-curricular Sports Code of Conduct.  You can view this here: Pillans Point Extra-curricular Sports Code of Conduct



Coaches hold the team practises and are present to coach during games.

Managers are responsible for team logistics and organisation e.g. correspondence of practise and game times to all members of the team; key point of contact for PPS Sports & Events Co-ordinator.

These roles can be shared across parents if required. Without parents volunteering for these roles; we are unable to submit teams.

There is a Coaching Clinic on Friday 16th October. For more information on this and other resources please click here.