How can Golf improve the quality of your PE Curriculum?
Golf has a strong emphasis on positive behaviour and personal skills through our ’Skills for Life’ focus and a 6-week KS2 scheme of work with a focus on attainment levels, Skills for Life, leadership and Level 1 School Games activity.
The Golf Foundation offer to support Physical Education in Primary Schools is:
Adapted safe equipment through the Tri-Golf initiative. A games led approach to delivery. Training workshop for teachers. 6 week KS2 lesson plans designed by the Golf Foundation Education Steering Group. Competition resources linked to the School Games and numeracy pack.Deployment of qualified PGA Coaches attached to local golf clubs. Commitment to progress pupils through to the local HSBC Golf Roots Centre.
2 hour workshop at £20 per teacher focusing on practical activities, inclusion, Skills for Life, level 1 School Games and links to the local golf club.
Teacher manual containing 6 week scheme of work. Level 1 School Games competition cards. Skills Award programme. Ideas on building a school golf course, posters and suggestions for non-participants.
KS2 Numeracy pack.
Inclusion cards through Top Sportability
Level 1 activities built into teacher training manual. Level 2 and 3 activities contained with School Games Toolkit. Ideas for Tri-Golf Super Sixes activities.
Local golf clubs signed up as HSBC Golf Roots Centres. School Games events at level 2 and 3.
PGA Golf Coach from the local HSBC Golf Roots Centre. School Games Organiser supported by a Golf Foundation Regional Development Officer.
Contact Nicola Martindale, County Development Officer, Cumbria Golf Partnership for more information on local clubs and courses.
Andy Leigh (Regional Development Officer, The Golf Foundation) Tel: 07765 258 550
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