Project ID - TIS001136
Teach PE at Knocknagoney Primary School Aims: •To enable children to develop their sporting ability •To help children enjoy sport at school •To encourage teamwork and participation for all


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Project offered at

Knocknagoney Primary School
BELFAST
BT4 2NR

Contact

David Lister

Student Skills

•Interest in sports/physical education •Interest in working with children

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will: •Develop an understanding of a sporting activities •Participate as part of team •Learn new skills •Work cooperatively with a coach

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

•Have the opportunity to work with children •Enhance coaching skills •Work in a school environment •Share interest in sport

Extra Information

Areas of interest: •Developing sport in school through a range of sporting activities. •Some areas of interest could be tag rugby, athletics, tennis and dance. •Assisting with an after-school club

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