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How can Badminton improve the quality of your PE Curriculum?

BADMINTON England’s Bisi Primary programme has been developed to meet the requirements and expectations of the National Curriculum for PE at Key Stage One & Two.

BADMINTON England offer 
We are currently investigating a multi sport approach with the possibility of developing a racket sports programme that develops physical literacy in primary schools during curriculum time and as out of school hours sessions.  We are encouraging league deliverers (i.e. CBAs) to explore setting up / expanding under 11 club leagues to increase competitive club activity for under 11s.

CPD
Bisi Badminton Teacher course (3½ hour training). 

Resources
Bisi Badminton Primary resource.
Bisi Badminton Festival guides.
Bisi Badminton equipment.

Competition
Bisi Badminton Festivals – free to download from Badminton England website

Exit Routes
A network of accredited clubs providing a range of playing and volunteering opportunities for young people (see local offer below).

Direct Support
County Badminton Associations who can support with provision for badminton training and competition. Local community offer for badminton in a defined area linking primary schools.  BADMINTON England will provide clear guidance to clubs, County Badminton Associations, coaches and Performance Centres on the recent funding and who they should approach locally if they are interested in engaging with Primary Schools and delivering badminton.

Local Offer

Please visit the Cumbria Badminton Association website for more information on Badminton in Cumbria.


Contact                      

Lynsey Edwards    (Partnership Manager - NW & NE, Badminton England)     Tel: 07901 005315

Tom Smith (Regional Delivery Manager - NW & NE, Badminton England) Tel: 07725 413543


Badminton in your area

There are 44 opportunities listed on the Physical Activity Directory. To view local opportunities please select your local area.


Check out our badminton page for more information on Badminton in Cumbria