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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 course, entitled “Teaching Girls Football in Independent Schools”, will provide an introduction to The FA’s DNA towards coaching and developing players with a lifelong love for the game in an environment that is inclusive and accessible for all standards of players and coaches to access the game of football in a positive learning environment. The day will involve practical activity but no experience in playing football previously is needed to register for the course.

The details of the course are:
Date: Tuesday 11th June 2019
Venue: Queenswood School, Shepherds Way, Hatfield AL9 6NS
Time: 10am – 3pm
Cost: £30 per person (additional teachers from the same school pay half price)

The structure of the course will follow:

- Arrival Activities
- Example Lesson activities (multi-directional practices and directional practices)
- Games Based Learning
- Helping with a school team

The course will be delivered by female coaches from The FA’s PE Unit and is a female only course that focusses on teaching girls’ football within independent schools. The cost of the course is £30 per person, however additional teachers attending from the same school can attend for half price (eg two teachers at a total cost of £45 or three teachers at a total cost of £60).

To book your place simply complete the booking form below and return to Ian Bent via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 14 Abingdon Close, Basildon, Essex, SS14 6LJ.


For further details of this event, or for any further information on developing girls’ football, please contact ISFA’s National Football Development Manager Ian Bent at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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