Project ID - TIS001124
Gaelic Football Coaching

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Project offered at

St Caolan's Primary School
BT24 7EQ


Marie Cassidy

Student Skills

- Must have ‘Foundation Level Coaching for Gaelic Games’ - Must have completed the GAA’s child protection course

Expected Pupil Outcomes

- Greater interest in physical activity and sport - Improved Gaelic Football skills - Improved teamwork skills

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

- Improved coaching skills - Experience working with Primary School-aged children - Experience controlling a class

Extra Information

- To promote, not only Gaelic Games, but physical activity as a whole throughout primary school aged children - To improve the skill level of primary school aged Gaelic Footballers in County Down

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