SCHOOLS (Main Stream)
1 in 10 children starting primary school are obese, rising to 1 in 4 at secondary school. Decreases in school PE time and access to playing fields mean only 16% of children play sport, the majority, preferring to spend on average more than 6 hours a day in front of a screen.
Curriculum PE Enrichment
Community Golf Activators deliver structured session plans, to include developing fundamental movement skills like agility, balance and co-ordination. We are able to work with your school to create a package covering a variety of key curriculum target areas suited to your needs. Community Golf works to support your school, curriculum and uphold school values, ethos and standards. Our distinctive model will ensure all participants enjoy school sport in a safe and fun environment, giving them equal opportunity to achieve.
Community Golf offers extended breakfast, after school golf clubs and/or lunchtime sessions, which can help to improve classroom behaviour and stimulate academic performance. We use the etiquette of golf as the ‘vehicle’ to develop the participant in terms of social skills, behaviour, attitude, respect and emotional wellbeing. Participants will have lots of fun with friends, playing a sport they perhaps would not have otherwise had the opportunity to try before.
Community Golf appreciate that tight school budgets can cause barriers, but Primary Schools can make use of their Sport Premium Funding available, where session packages are tailored to the meet each individual Schools’ requirements.
We are pleased to be associated with Coopers, Wilsons, Lady Boswell Primary, Glenthorne Secondary School, Guildford County School, St Catherine’s, Sutton Grammar School, Carshalton Boys, St Peters Primary, Lister Community School, Chobham Academy, Gallions Primary, Walthamstow Girls School, Willowfield School, Warlingham School, Oxted School
“All the students who have been involved in the various golf projects have really enjoyed the experience and had great fun.” Vanessa Salem (PE Teacher, Warlingham Secondary School)