Curriculum Activities

Reds in the Community’s lead coaches are FA qualified and specialise in football coaching. Our coaches are well-placed to support improvements in pupils’ health, skills and physical literacy through their delivery of curriculum time activities tailored to enhance pupils’ holistic physical education development.

The Reds in the Community coaching staff enable pupils to develop their physical education knowledge, skills and abilities through a blend of teaching strategies and techniques, practical and theoretical, providing for pupils of all abilities and keeping them active for 90% of each lesson.
Through intra and inter-school, as well as individual (against self and against others) competition, your pupils will have the chance to practice learnt skills in a challenging environment. A high quality physical educational curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport.
Through engaging pupils with physical education activities, healthy educational projects and of course sporting role models in the form of our professional players, Reds in the Community will inspire and motivate pupils to continue leading healthy and active lifestyles.

Curriculum Programmes

Curriculum Coaching Programme
Reds in the Community’s curriculum time provision has been developed in partnership with the Football Association to ensure our coaches are delivering current, progressive and challenging sessions. The practices have been designed to engage all pupils within a number of areas including development in physical literacy, self and peer assessment, with links to maths and literacy.
Reds in the Community’s curriculum delivery staff are qualified to work with pupils from foundation, KS1 and KS2. RITC’s lead staff have either acquired or are working towards their 1st4sport Level 3 Certificate in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School Sport. This is to ensure that they are at the forefront of PE delivery.

Foundation / KS1 Delivery
Pupils will develop their knowledge understanding and skills in a wide range of activities. The Fundamental Programme is the first stage of development, enabling your pupils to acquire the necessary skills to take part in a plethora of sports and activities later in their development.
The Fundamental stage is delivered in a fun educational environment, underpinning the appropriate skills and attributes to promote positive and enjoyable experiences in sport.
Pupils will develop skills and abilities such as; running, jumping, throwing and catching, balance, agility and co-ordination as well as using team games to develop simple tactics in Attacking and Defending.

  1. KS2 Delivery
    KS2 delivery is a progression from pupils learning in KS1. Pupils will develop their communication and collaboration skills and will and experience competing with each other.
    The programme embraces the prior mastering of basic movements in Key Stage 1 and teaches pupils to use balance, agility and co-ordination when carrying out skills in isolation and in combination. Allowing the development of high-quality specific skills in a plethora of sports, encouraging prolonged participation in sports, fitness and health related activities.
    At this stage sport, specific skills will be developed and pupils will be able to demonstrate understanding of where and when to use these in-game related practices.
    Pupils will learn tactics and strategies in attacking and defending situations enhancing their enjoyment and prolonged participation through success in sports and activities.
    Throughout their learning, pupils will be encouraged to develop self and peer assessment skills in order to achieve their personal best.

Class Teacher Development
RITC schools delivery staff are experienced in working alongside class teachers to deliver high quality engaging PE lessons, supporting the teacher and offering guidance and advice throughout the term. Our schools delivery staff are able to assist with PE delivery, assessment for learning, and share practices that engage all pupils throughout the term.
To further the development of your staff members, you will also receive a number of FREE places on training qualifications looking at how to deliver ‘high-quality coaching in schools.’ This will be delivered at the football club and we advise that each school benefit from the opportunity to partake in this workshop to maximise your commitment to sustainability.

For more information, please ring 01226 211333 or email [email protected]