Date(s) - 26/04/2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mulbarton Primary School
Schools from across Norwich are invited to send up to 3 members of staff on this excellent FREE 3 hour workshop.
The Active Literacy programme is an initiative set up by the FA in partnership with the National Literacy Trust to improve the literacy skills of children through sport themed activities.
The programme targets girls aged 5-8 years with the hope that the link between football and literacy helps to encourage young girls into football and to enjoy reading..
The activities are built around creative play and each girl will receive a creative workbook to complete and support their learning. There will be three stories that the Activator will work through with the girls.
Why should schools participate?
The FA active literacy programme support ‘the beginner girl’ in developing their fundamental movement skills and patterns which are often a barrier to these children engaging in physical activity. The approach taken develops fundamental movement skills through the medium of creative play and literature. It is hoped that through the programme these girls will grow in confidence which will lead to them becoming more physically active in the playground and engaging in a wider range of activities.
Each school will:
The Activator will:
The club can be run by playground leaders or young leaders from a local high school, but these groups will require a large amount of support from the member of staff who attended the training to maximise impact on the participating girls.
What are the outcomes?
For the practitioner;
For the young people;
How to book?
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