Secondary Schools

Ultimate Victoria is a partner of and officially
recognised by School Sport Victoria


VicFlick is Ultimate Victoria’s program for Years 7 to 12. VicFlick is a modified form of ultimate frisbee that is played on a smaller field with less players to focus on skills rather than athleticism, and ensure every participant has the opportunity to be involved in gameplay.

  • Disc packs with free lesson plans included.
  • Instructors attending your school for a one-off clinic to teach the basic skills of VicFlick.
  • Instructors attending for a series of classes over 4-8 weeks.
  • Instructors attending your school to co-deliver classes as a professional development opportunity for teachers.
  • Game Runners to assist with running SSV District competitions and championships.
  • Attendance at the UV High School State Championships.

A variety of options are available for secondary schools to deliver VicFlick

We can tailor the right package to suit your school and fit your budget. Please contact us to find out more.

Why Play Ultimate?


  1. Non-contact – as a non-contact sport it is a great, safe sport for students of all ages, sizes and abilities.
  2. Self-refereed – the self-refereeing aspect of Ultimate encourages a mature response to competitive situations and builds confidence in self-advocacy.
  3. Skill Acquisition – the task of throwing a frisbee accurately and catching it successfully is great for the development of hand-eye co-ordination.
  4. Fun – we regularly find that students who wouldn’t usually get involved in PE really take an interest in Ultimate.
  5. Co-ed – Ultimate is most commonly played with both men and women. Most leagues and competitions in Australia are mixed gender!

Ultimate is a unique sport that fosters many traditional fundamental motor skills, as well as requiring new frisbee specific skills. The game itself develops many fundamental motor skills such as running, proprioception and spatial awareness. Ultimate also develops hand-eye co-ordination and catching skills as well as the unique forehand, backhand and overhead throwing skills needed to propel the disc. These new skills are easy and fun to learn and many of the movements can be adapted from other sports.

In a time when sedentary children are sometimes considered the norm, Ultimate can inspire participants to live active lives. The fast-paced game of Ultimate is a fantastic cardio workout with many new skills to master. The game is always entertaining.

Ultimate can be modified to suit different playing abilities. Simply playing throw and catch has many health benefits as you chase and jump attempting to make a catch.


Ultimate also provides a unique approach to officiating, allowing the players to resolve disputes without a referee. The Spirit of the Game (SOTG) is the governing rule of the sport that entrusts players to play within the rules in an honest and friendly-yet-competitive environment. SOTG allows players many opportunities for self-advocacy as well as situations for players to practice conflict resolution that can easily be transferred to other areas of life. SOTG is best defined as: Play hard; play fair. 

Staff PD


Australian Flying Disc Association’s (AFDA) Level 1 Community Coaching Course is available to take online.

This coaching course will provide participants with an understanding and skill set to introduce and teach the sport of Ultimate to beginners.

This course would be highly beneficial to teachers that would like to introduce Ultimate to their students and include it as a weekly sport, or for preparation for participating in or facilitating inter-school Ultimate competitions.

AFDA is offering the course and accreditation for free throughout 2021.

Visit the UA Clubhouse website for more information or to start taking the course.

Interschool Competitions



Dates TBC

Junior Division (up to and including Year 9 students only)

Senior Division (all years)

Both events will feature Boys, Mixed and Girls divisions, with games from 10:00am to 2:30pm.

Both events will be held at Royal Park in Melbourne –

Past Events

See results from past UV HSSC events in 2023, 20222021, 20192018 & 2017.  

Supported by School Sport Victoria.

Disc Sales

Disc Sales

School Pack (15 discs) = $365

Large School Pack (30 discs) = $580

The discs are 175g Yikun Sports Ultimate Discs, which are World Flying Disc Federation approved.

Packs come with a bag and lesson plans. GST and delivery/postage is included in the price.

To purchase discs from Ultimate Victoria, please email admin [at]

Free Teacher Resources

Free Teacher Resources

Ultimate Victoria has collaborated with our coaching network to create the following guides for teachers introducing the sport to their PE curriculum.