ISFA and The FA PE Unit are pleased to offer a day of CPD for female teachers and female coaches working within independent schools wishing to develop their knowledge and skills in delivering girls’ football as part of their PE and Games Curriculum.
The details of the course are:
Date: Tuesday 17th May 2022
Venue: Queenswood School, Shepherds Way, Hatfield AL9 6NS
Time: 10am – 3pm (lunch provided)
Cost: £30 per person (£10 for each additional teacher from the same school)
Explore ways to adapt games and sessions to coach your teams to be confident in building the attack.
Tailoring your practice session design to fulfil the in and out of possession objectives.
- Build the attack
- The High Press
- Formations and player roles.
All games will be accessible for Prep and senior School delivery.
The course will be delivered by Sharon Muxworthy and Jo Williams from The FA’s PE Unit and is a female only course that focusses on teaching girls’ football within independent schools (female teachers working with boys football are also invited to attend).
To attend the course simply complete the online booking form below.
2019: SUCCESSFUL DAY AT QUEENSWOOD SCHOOL
28 female teachers from schools across the country attended a specially designed CPD event at Queenswood School in Hertfordshire. FA Tutors Sharon Muxworthy and Joanne Williams delivered the course that provided an introduction to The FA's DNA towards coaching, focussing on developing players with a lifelong love for the game in an environment that is inclusive and accessible for all standards of players. The coaches received resources and practical guidance on working with female players in a school environment as well as an opportunity to share ideas with each other.
The even was organised by ISFA's Football Development Manager, Ian Bent, as part of the continued drive to grow and develop girls' football within independent schools and support female staff responsible for delivering these programmes. The teachers who attended will continue to receive resources through the year with follow-up taking place in 12 months time.