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PROGRAMMES FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS


T U O B A n o i t a d n u o F d e t i n U e l t s a c New INTRODUCTION

Where we work

Newcastle United Foundation is an independent registered charity supported by Newcastle United Football Club. Each year we help 50,000 people in the local community.

We work with schools in the local authority areas of Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, Northumberland, South Tyneside and Durham.

MISSION

Why CHOOSE NEWCASTLE UNITED FOUNDATION

To use the local passion for football to encourage learning and promote healthy lifestyles that will make a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged children, young people and families in our region.

Aims

• By using the Newcastle United brand we aim to engage and inspire all learners

• To promote active and healthy lifestyles, particularly in disadvantaged communities

• We have a team of committed and motivated staff who are skilled at helping young people to realise their potential

• To inspire people to learn and reach their potential • To help build safe, strong, active communities

• We have created strong regional and national partnerships that complement and strengthen the work we do

We do this by using the Newcastle United brand to engage, inspire and motivate.

• We have significant support from the Premier League and the full backing of Newcastle United Football Club


s e m m a r g o r P s l o Our Scho Our Schools Project

Education projects

Our Schools Programmes are delivered by expert staff, have been developed to match curriculum areas and deliver Ofsted teaching requirements for pupils aged four to 18. In this brochure our programmes are divided into two categories; Education Programmes and Football and Sports Development Programmes.

Each programme uses the passion for football, and Newcastle United in particular, to engage pupils across a number of curriculum areas. We offer one off activity days, short courses and longer courses that include accreditation. We can deliver these programmes at your school or invite you to St James’ Park, a dynamic and fun learning environment for children and young people.

FOOTBALL AND Sports Development PROGRAMMES Our aim is for children and young people to be more active, more often. Our Football and Sports Development Programmes can take place before, during or after school. We offer breakfast, lunch time and after school clubs, PPA cover, team training and competitions. We offer multi skills and sports sessions covering non-sport specific skills such as ABC’s, plus other sports including basketball, volleyball and badminton. Sessions for girls only or disabled players are also available. Our Community Coaches are fully qualified (minimum FA Level 2), hold emergency first aid and child protection certificates and attend regular training to maintain and develop their skills.


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For any Football or Sports Development projects (green pages) please contact;

Giles Sandercock Senior Football Development Officer (Schools) T 0844 372 1892 ext.8451 M 07580582413 E giles.sandercock@nufc.co.uk For further information or to book our Education Projects (orange pages) please contact;

Andrew Foster Schools Project Manager T 0844 372 1892 ext.8424 M 07854245738 E andrew.foster@nufc.co.uk


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Premier League School Sport

Schools Coaching Programme

The Premier League has invested in a major programme to boost primary school sport. It focuses on developing agility, balance and coordination and introduces children to the principles of team games. The programme is also designed to provide CPD opportunities, resources and support to school teaching staff.

Our football coaching programmes can support and complement physical education lessons or can be delivered before or after school or during lunchtimes. Basic skills such as agility, balance and coordination will be taught through drill sessions and games. Our schemes of work are designed to inspire children of all abilities to take part.

Goal: To improve physical literacy and fundamental movement skills.

Goal: To extend and enrich school PE provision

Learning Objectives: To promote physical activity, teach new skills, open up opportunities into competitive football and encourage exercise as a habit for life.

Learning Objectives: To develop agility, balance and coordination skills, increase self-esteem and confidence and encourage exercise as a habit for life.

Provision:

Provision:

• Supports National Curriculum for Key Stage 1

• Football and Multi-­Sports Coaching that supports the national curriculum for physical education

• 12 one hour in-­curriculum sessions with a Year 1 class • 12 one hour in-­curriculum sessions with a Year 2 class • 12 one hour extra-­curriculum sessions • Intra and local inter-school competitions • Teacher training event at Newcastle United Academy • Monitoring and evaluation of pupils’ progress

Contact information: Giles Sandercock T: 0844 372 1892 ext.8451 E: giles.sandercock@nufc.co.uk

• PPA cover (minimum of half a term up to a full academic year) • Breakfast, Lunch and After School Clubs • Multi-­skills sessions • Girls-­only sessions • SEN Schools Programmes


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GOALden Shot

Our girls only programme allows girls to play regular football in a fun environment. We can offer progression into competitive football for talented players and find informal playing opportunities for girls who just want to play for fun.

GOALden Shot helps schools to raise money. Book a GOALden Shot event and we will bring our giant inflatable speed cage to your school. Staff and pupils get three attempts to register their hardest shot with Newcastle United prizes up for grabs for the winners. Pupils raise sponsorship for taking part and schools keep 100% of monies raised.

Goal: To inspire girls of all abilities to play regular football and improve access to local playing opportunities. Learning Objectives: To develop agility, balance and coordination skills, and increase self-­esteem and confidence in individual players. To develop player pathways and support girls who want to make the transition from school football to club football.

Goal: Get the whole school involved in a fun activity. Objectives: Encourage pupils to obtain sponsorship for their school.

Provision:

Provision:

• In school and after school sessions

• Pre and post event assemblies to promote and distribute prizes

• Girls only football fun days • Pathways into the Foundation’s Advanced Coaching School and Player Development Centre plus local girls’ teams • Optional competitive fixtures against other schools • Support to gain FA coaching and refereeing certificates and qualifications

• Four hour GOALden Shot event • Two match tickets for the highest fundraiser in the school • One trophy for highest fundraising class • Medal for hardest shot per class

Contact information: Giles Sandercock T: 0844 372 1892 ext.8451 E: giles.sandercock@nufc.co.uk


Education Family Football

Match Fit

Family Football is a six week course for parents/carers and children to promote enjoyment in learning. The programme aims to help create stronger, healthier families and will give adults the confidence to progress onto further learning and/or participation in regular healthy living activities. Family Football particularly aims to attract men (target 50% of all learners) who are traditionally underrepresented in family learning initiatives.

Match Fit is a six week fitness, football and nutrition course for primary school children in Key Stage 2. Each week the programme will include an hour in the classroom followed by an hour of physical activity.

Goal: To engage families who face barriers to sport or learning, building their skills, knowledge and confidence. Objectives: To support adults to improve their skills, change their attitudes to learning and take part in further learning opportunities. To help build stronger families who have increased knowledge of healthy lifestyles. To encourage families to spend time together. Provision: • Six two hour sessions, usually after school • One hour of classroom based learning and one hour of sport

Goal: To use the brand of Newcastle United and case studies from our first team players to inspire children to lead healthy lifestyles. Learning Objectives: To give pupils the knowledge to make healthy choices when selecting their own food and to help pupils understand the benefits of being active every day. Provision: • Six two hour sessions • Supports the Key Stage 2 national curriculum for PE, Science and PSHE • Full school assembly • Follow up session (dependent on time of year)

• Workbook and learning journal for all families

• Online resources available post course

• Opportunities for families to receive Newcastle United match tickets

• Opportunities for teacher training and inter-school competition

• Invitation to an annual celebration event at St. James’ Park, which includes a stadium tour

• Post course report sent to school with full evaluation data

Contact information: Andrew Foster T: 0844 372 1892 ext.8424 E: andrew.foster@nufc.co.uk


Education Toon Team Days

Enterprise Academy (Secondary Schools)

Toon Team days provide a carousel of activities for groups of between 20 and 300 pupils. Toon Team Days make a great end of year activity, reward event or transition day, tailored to your school objectives.

Supported by the Premier League and backed by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, the Enterprise Academy teaches 11 to 19 year olds the basic principles of business and self-employment using Newcastle United Football Club as a real life case study. The programme helps pupils understand jobs, professions and career options and delivers programmes that are innovative and fun.

Goal: To provide fun, enjoyable and meaningful activity days for school groups. Learning Objectives: To improve team work and develop communication, problem solving, time management, negotiating and presentation skills. Provision: • Activities can last from two to six hours • Suitable for groups of between 20 and 300 pupils • We can come to your school or bring your school to St. James’ Park where a stadium tour can be included • All equipment and resources provided

Goal: To prepare young people for the world of work. The Enterprise Academy uses the football club as a real life model to improve students’ perception of business and enterprise in a way they can relate to and understand. Learning Objectives: Pupils learn about every aspect of running a football club, from marketing, catering and customer services to reputation management within a 10 unit course. All students who pass the Enterprise Academy will receive an OCR accredited Entry Level 3 Enterprise Academy Certificate in Business and Enterprise. Provision: • 10 one hour sessions (this can be adjusted to suit your needs) • All resources provided, booklets marked and students registered with OCR • Newcastle United prizes • Chance to enter the Premier League Enterprise Challenge • Bespoke courses and workshops are also available

Contact information: Andrew Foster T: 0844 372 1892 ext.8424 E: andrew.foster@nufc.co.uk


Education Enterprise Academy (Primary Schools)

Toon Times

Just like the Secondary School programme but tailored for Primary Schools, this programme teaches children the basic principles of business and self employment using Newcastle United Football Club as a real life case study. The programme helps pupils understand the world of work within the context of the football business.

Toon Times brings the past to life through football. The two hour history session takes pupils on a journey through the club’s history from its humble origins in 1881 through to today’s star-studded Premier League team. Toon Times is aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils.

Goal: To prepare young people for the world of work. The Enterprise Academy uses the football club as a real life model to improve students’ perception of business and enterprise in a way they can relate to and understand. Learning Objectives: To develop entrepreneurial skills. To provide an introduction to business functions such as financial management, organisational structures and ethics. To develop presentation, communication and problem solving skills.

Goal: To give learners a fun, engaging and interactive insight in to the history of Newcastle United Football Club. Learning Objectives: To bring the social, economic and cultural heritage of the North East to life as pupils study Newcastle United Football Club through the decades. Provision: • Two hour session delivered in school • Object handling with authentic artefacts

Provision:

• Focus on chronological order

• Visit to the Stadium on launch day

• Covers over 100 years of history

• Five sessions delivered in school

• Free CD with 13 follow up lessons

• Winning groups attend a final at St. James’ Park • Skills and capabilities covered include literacy, numeracy, independent learning, team work, risk taking, creativity and innovation, confidence, communication, decision making, leadership and financial literacy • Supports the National Curriculum • Feedback and evaluation forms on pupil progress provided Contact information: Andrew Foster T: 0844 372 1892 ext.8424 E: andrew.foster@nufc.co.uk


Education Lifestyles

Bespoke Packages

A six week course for secondary school students which provides information, advice and guidance to young people about health improvement. The course content includes sexual health and relationships, diet, alcohol, smoking, drugs and self-­esteem. At the end of the course participants will also be aware of local health services they can access for further help and support. Lifestyles is ideal for Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils or sixth form students.

If you don’t think any of our projects match your school’s needs and we can design an extensive range of bespoke activities for your school. These could be a slight adaptation of one of our existing projects or the creation of something brand new. We can cover most National Curriculum subjects, as well as a much wider range of skills such as teamwork, communication or wider social issues such as racism and anti-social behaviour. We are happy to discuss any ideas you might have.

Goal: To equip young people with the information, skills and knowledge to have safe relationships and to take responsibility for their own health and well-being. Learning Objectives: To support Secondary Schools’ Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) programmes and complement other elements of schools’ personal, social and health education (PSHE) provision. Provision: • Six, one hour sessions delivered in school • Option to hold last session at St. James’ Park • Supports personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education and curriculum • Full resources provided

Contact information: Andrew Foster T: 0844 372 1892 ext.8424 E: andrew.foster@nufc.co.uk

Goal: To provide your students with an educational experience which meets their specific learning needs. Provision:

• Schemes of work bespoke to your needs • Flexible delivery models from short sessions to longer term or intensive packages • Option of coming to St James’ Park • Dedicated member of Foundation staff to help you design your programme of work


Testimonials Debi Bailey, Head Teacher from Walkergate Primary “We have been really impressed with the quality of the coaching and the relationships that the coaches build up with our children. The children really look forward to the sessions. This is part of our whole school vision to increase and improve the level of participation across school. Our school can dip into sessions where they feel we have a skills or knowledge gap, which is providing valuable CPD opportunities.” Nicola Hepworth, Women, Girls and Disability FDO, Northumberland FA “Working in partnership with the Newcastle United Foundation we hope to continue to increase participation within schools and community settings and to provide more playing opportunities within girls’ and womens’ football.” Parent Support Advisor at Wallsend Jubilee “This course is a fantastic way for us to engage families we never normally see.”

David Stobbs, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Trust “Projects like Newcastle United Foundation’s Match Fit are helping children and their families to lead a healthier lifestyle. Encouraging participants to be more active and educating them to eat a healthy balanced diet is making real progress in dealing with the obesity issues throughout the region.” Darren Wood, All Saints College “Our students thoroughly enjoyed the trip to St. James’ Park. Some of our hardest to engage students were on task throughout the day, mainly thanks to the fantastic staff who led our day for us.” Catherine McKinnell, Newcastle North MP “I was so impressed by the young people who were involved with the programme and could see straight away it is a valuable and innovative way of teaching young people to think about business. With such worrying levels of youth unemployment, schemes such as this are vitally important in helping young people develop into our business leaders of the future.”

Ray Clark, PE Coordinator, Atkinson Road Primary School “Every class came away with a positive experience, especially many of our children who were born overseas. This is credit to how your history lessons and tours were well structured, engaging and clearly explained.” Stephen Fallon, Head Teacher at St Mary’s RC Primary School “The sessions have looked fantastic and it is amazing to see the families leaving with smiles on their faces each week.”


Nuf schools information 2014