The GolPhin education materials are designed to help schools deliver a literacy, numeracy and health & wellbeing programme through the medium of golf, which will inspire a future generation of junior golfers.
GolPhin’s education programmes provide school teachers, golf coaches working in schools, young leaders, parents, carers and young people with an exciting and comprehensive package of learning resources which are linked to the national curriculum. It offers the opportunity to build a range of curricular experiences that will deliver learning opportunities through participation in fun challenges. The programme offers those working with young people a high class CPD opportunity alongside quality learning materials. The programme is geared towards inspiring 3 – 12 years olds to play sport and who want to experience golf. In addition it supports teachers, coaches and after school youth workers to further develop the childrens:
GolPhin in Schools resources include:
MyPathway2Golf Kids Learning Journals
Early Years (3 - 5), Early Level (5 - 6), 1st Level (7 - 9) and 2nd Level (10 - 12)
designed to allow children to set up and play golf games in class lessons, after-school clubs and at home.
- Games to play at school
- Games to play at home
- Numeracy tasks
- Literacy tasks
- Skills challenges
- Design your own short golf course
- How to play different shots
- Safety when practicing and playing
- Golf verbs, nouns and adjectives
All activities are accessible through QR coded interactive videos, making it easy to understand, set up and play. These provide an additional learning resource for staff and young people.
Our unique and sector-leading young leaders’ course is designed to develop the right skills young people require to take on leadership roles and responsibilities throughout their lives.
The programme is certificated and demonstrates for employers and higher education providers the leadership skills learned and is a fantastic addition to any young persons CV.
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