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1 School and Education Programme

2 PROVISION LEYTON ORIENT EDUCATION CENTRE We offer an extensive, professional and fun coaching and education programme to schools and colleges across the boroughs we work in - Waltham Forest, Newham, Redbridge, Barking & Dagenham, Hackney and Tower Hamlets. Offering a number of different sports during curriculum time, early morning, afterschool, early evenings, weekends and holiday periods our coaches offer specialist sport coaching such as football, basketball, handball, athletics and multi-sports as well as a whole host of other sports and activities. Sessions can take place either at your school or college, an agreed venue nearby or one of our existing sporting venues i.e. SCORE, Leyton. All sessions will be delivered by our highly trained fully qualified coaching and teaching staff, with enhanced CRB checks and Emergency First Aid and Child Protection Training (all certificates available on request). The state-of-the-art education centre is funded by the DCSF (Department for Cultures, Schools and Families), Waltham Forest local authority, the Football Foundation, Leyton Orient FC and Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme. Facilities in the education centre, which overlook the football pitch at Leyton Orient FC, include a fully-equipped ICT suite with both Mac s and PCs which utilise young peoples enthusiasm for sport and multimedia, in the motivating environment of a professional football club. The hub for Playing For Success, a free programme for Waltham Forest schools, aiming at raising levels in numeracy, literacy and ICT as well as self-esteem, confidence, motivation and independent learning. Also used during the day for several other daytime education programmes including a full time alternative education group, additional education group and the Orient Sports Coaching Award (OSCA) aimed at pupils aged

3 EARLY YEARS, SCHOOL & COLLEGE SPORTS SESSIONS Sport Sessions We offer an extensive coaching programme in a number of sports during curriculum time, afterschool, early evenings and holiday periods. Our fully qualified coaches will deliver sessions tailored to the requirements of each school and in line with the PE National Curriculum. Students will also be encouraged to attend additional sessions outside school boundaries with our term time player development, community and holiday period activities. Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Timing PPA Time: LOCSP will also be able to provide a structured programme of multi sports Varies KS 1/2 30 max 25 per Varies coaching sessions to cover a schools PPA needs from the activity programme outlined above. session Mini-Wees: This programme provides a friendly sporting environment where each child will 6 weeks 3-5 years 15 max 30 p/hr 6 x 1hr sessions develop in the six key areas of: Hand-eye Co-ordination, Confidence, Teamwork, Balance and (Nursery) (4 x 15 mins or Footwork, Fundamentals and Communication Skills. After each session staff from the nursery 3 x 20 mins) receive feedback from the coach about every child and at the end of every six-week block the children will receive an assessment form. Basketball, Handball and Football Related or Multisports 6 weeks KS 1/2 30 max x 1hr sessions PE Lessons during Curriculum time: Introduction to the basic rules; basic techniques (defence, offence/attack, shooting and dribbling); team games and a match After School Clubs & Specialist Training: A variety of sports can be set up after school Varies KS 1/2 20 max 35 per Varies as a club. These will include basic coaching drills, fun games, basic fundamentals, tournaments session and matches. There is also the opportunity to develop your after school club into a specialist player development session. These sessions look at player development; learning the rules and responsibilities as a player, understanding the different tactics and formations; ball control, sessions footwork (on and of the ball), position awareness (spacing) and balance; reaction skills, hand-eye co-ordination and teamwork Breakfast Clubs/Lunchtime Clubs: Provide multi-sport skills and playing Varies KS 1/2 20 max 30 per 6 x 1hr sessions opportunities for all age groups session Half Term Multisport Clubs: Provide ball skills; co-ordination and balance; basic rules; 1 week KS 1/2 Varies 850 Varies team work and building confidence; playing opportunities for all age groups

4 EDUCATIONAL COURSES (KS 2/3) Education Courses Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Timing Learning Through Football 6 weeks KS 2/3 30 max x 1hr 30mins sessions, Football themed cross curricular programme (Literacy, Maths, Science, plus half day stadium tour History, Geography, Citizenship, PE, Design and Technology). (optional) Healthy Lifestyles 6 weeks KS 2/3 30 max x 1hr 30mins sessions, Olympic themed cross curricular programme(science, PSHE, PE, Citizenship) plus half day stadium tour focuses on studying physical activity, diet, types of fitness, understanding the (optional) body as well as looking at harmful elements such as smoking and alcohol. Citizenship - The Games, The Legacy** 5 weeks KS 2/3 30 max x 1hr 30mins sessions, A programme based around the citizenship national curriculum plus half day stadium tour using the theme of the Olympics and Paralympics. (optional) ICT - Skills Extra 5 weeks KS 2/3 15 max x 2hr sessions A more focused study support project based in Leyton Orient Education Centre. Students will use the latest ICT technology to complete a project including; clay animation, video-editing, music production, building a website, making a vodcast/podcast etc. The precise programme can be tailor made to the school s needs and can also incorporate literacy and numeracy activities. All programmes include a sports session before or after the classroom based activity. Training Courses Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Timing FA Junior Football Organiser s Course 6-8 hours years 15 max 900* 4 x 3hr sessions The JFO course is a training scheme designed to give young people skills in leading groups through safe football related activities. Participants complete units in football skills, warm ups, refereeing, mini-soccer, planning sessions and organising mini tournaments. *All timings can be adapted to suit your needs. Contact us for individual and group costings as prices quoted related to groups of 15. **This course can take place at Leyton Orient FC stadium or at your school or college.

5 TRAINING COURSES (13-19 YEARS) Training Courses Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Timing Sports Leader UK Courses These qualifications teach generic leadership skills such as organisation, planning, communication and teamwork through the medium of sport. Practical based sessions, building a knowledge of an extensive range of games and activities. Level 1 Award in Sports Leadership 30 hours 14+ years 15 max 1750* 5 x 6hr sessions Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership 30 hours years 15 max 2000* 6 x 6hr sessions voluntary coaching hours Sports Leader UK Courses - Young Leader Award 6-10 hours 9-13 years 15 max 750* 3 x 2hr sessions Open College Network Qualifications (OCN) A nationally recognized awarding body that specializes in vocational and practical based assessment. Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Timing Introduction to the Sports Industry (OCN Level 1/2) 6-10 weeks years 15 max 900* 5 x 2hr sessions An introduction to the environment of a professional football club and community (Minimum of 10 sports facility. Key areas include Sport as a Business, Sport and the Media, required to run Working in Sport and IT based portfolios. course) Introduction to Coaching (OCN Level 1/2) 6-10 weeks years 15 max 900* 6 x 2hr sessions A practical coaching based session where students are taught how to prepare, (Minimum of 10 organise and deliver a basic sports skills session. required to run We also offer OCN units in First Aid, StreetDance, I.T. and Fitness course) - please contact us for further details. *All timings can be adapted to suit your needs. Contact us for individual and group costings as prices quoted related to groups of 15.

6 TRAINING COURSES (13-19 YEARS) Training Courses Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Timing ASDAN Short Course Award (Peer Mentoring) 30 hours years 10 max 150* 10 x 2hr sessions A course for those learning, developing, practising and passing on their skills for (+10hrs) mentoring and 'buddying' younger ones. Offering a flexible, multi-level programme this Award provides a standalone certificate of achievement as well as progression into nationally recognised Awards and Qualifications. Portfolio of evidence of activities and full training required. BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Sport and Leisure 2 years years N/A 1500 Varies A two-year course suitable for motivated Level 2 Year 10 students who are interested in per student working in the sports and leisure industry. Students will cover a number of theory and per year practical based units including:- Starting Work in Sport and Leisure, Working in Sport and Leisure, The Healthy Body, Sport and Leisure Events, Taking Part in Sport. This course is equivalent to 4 GCSE s at A-C level. Yr 11 Alternative Pathway in Sport and Leisure 1 year years N/A 4500 Weekdays A full-time educational programme for students in Year 11 who are not successfully per student accessing the mainstream curriculum and would benefit from a vocational sports-based programme. Students would complete a BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Sport and Leisure, Level One / Two Key Skills in Application of Number, Communication and IT, Sports Leaders UK Level One Award in Sports Leadership and a LifeRoutes PSHE qualification. Students would also attend a variety of off site physical activity programmes and additional courses in multi media production including music and radio production and an extended work experience placement. Students would attend a screening interview to assess their suitability for the course and parents would be expected to attend. *All timings can be adapted to suit your needs. Contact us for individual and group costings as prices quoted related to groups of 15.

7 TRAINING COURSES (13-19 YEARS) Training Courses Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Timing Orient Sports Coach Award (OSCA) Introduction to the Sports Industry and Coaching 10 weeks years Varies 400 One day per week A ten-week vocational sports programme delivered on one day per week that introduces per student young people to a study of the professional sports industry and the basics of delivering a variety of coaching sessions. Student s complete two, nationally recognised Open College Network (OCN) qualifications in An Introduction to the Professional Football Industry and Introduction to Coaching. Suitable for Level 1 and those at risk of disengagement from mainstream education. Additional OCN units in First Aid, StreetDance, I.T. and Fitness can be added as required. Radiowaves - Supporter to Reporter (S2R) Four days years N/A 100 Varies A four day course that focuses on students learning the basics of sports per student journalism and interviewing techniques. Students will create reports on a number of sports events such as Leyton Orient home matches, create a radio pod cast and blog entries on a national website. The aim is to improve communication skills and raise self esteem amongst young people. In the past this programme has seen students visit Wembley for England and attend the ICC World Twenty20 Cricket World Cup *All timings can be adapted to suit your needs. Contact us for individual and group costings as prices quoted related to groups of 15.

8 TOURS Length of Time Target Group Group Size Cost Literacy / Numeracy Leyton Orient FC Ground Tour 2 hours (half day)/ 8-13 years 30 (max) 125 A half or whole day opportunity for a whole class to take in a range of literacy and 1 day (half day-30 max) numeracy activities based on a football theme around the stadium and education centre. 250 This can be tailor-made to meet your precise requirements. (full day-30 max) Health & Fitness Leyton Orient FC Ground Tour 2 hours (half day)/ 8-13 years 30 (max) 125 A half day session that combines a ground tour with health activities related to sport, 1 day (half day-30 max) finished off with a practical sports session at SCORE under the supervision of LOCSP 250 coaches. Students will also get the chance to complete a fitness profile by participating (full day-30 max) in a series of tests that measure flexibility, speed, strength and agility if the school requires a full day. Sport and Business Tour 2 hours 12+ years 30 (max) 125 Your students will get the opportunity to look behind-the-scenes at a professional (for group of 30) football club and sports and community centre to gain an understanding of the key issues in running these businesses. Areas discussed will include the funding of the industry, media relationships, club organisation and stadium maintenance. An ideal course for students studying Business Studies, PE, Leisure and Tourism. Olympic Stadium Activity 2 hours 8-13 years 30 max 150 A half day session that combines a stadium tour and Design an Olympic Stadium activity with a practical session in one of the Olympic sports. In conjunction with Leyton Orient FC we are also able to organise player visits and appearances, mascot appearances from Theo, pitch presentations, ticket giveaways. We can also link your school or college in with their Adopt-a-Player scheme and a whole lot more. Please also contact us if you are interested in hiring SCORE for events or functions. For more information contact Philip Rudling, LOCSP Education Manager on , or visit design by richdesigngraphics.com

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