Project ID - TIS001332
Boys and Girls PE To assist Teachers during and after school with Year 8 - 12 Games and PE sessions. Classes range from 20 - 30, but there will always be a PE teacher present.


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Project offered at

Ballymoney High School
BALLYMONEY
BT53 7AN

Contact

Richard Hargy

Student Skills

Any sporting / physical education discipline at Ulster University.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Students will have the opportunity to develop skills in sports coaching, facilitating games sessions, and leading young people through PE lessons.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Staff at the school will have the opportunity to expand their support base, and engage more BHS pupils in the PE / Games.

Extra Information

A great opportunity for an undergraduate to get involved in a busy and dynamic post-primary PE department.

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