SHORT-GOLF

co-operation, sportsmanship and concentration…

Short-Golf is a FUN, energetic, version of golf which young children within primary schools can enjoy as they hit the target with their first golf shots.

Short-Golf is genuinely inclusive as it suits all abilities; every child can succeed in the activities and with the flexibility between individual play and team interaction, it engages well with youngsters who might not want to play a traditional team sport.

Short-Golf promotes ‘Skills for Life’ attributes including co-operation, good sportsmanship and concentration and is designed to be used across curriculum learning.

Short-Golf equipment has been specially designed and has proved to be popular with primary school children.

HIGH ENERGY GAME

Can be a high-energy game that helps with PE and fitness.

PROMOTES GOOD BEHAVIOUR

Actively promotes co-operation, respect and good sportsmanship among its players, with good behaviour following.

FLEXIBILITY FOR P.E

Can be played in a variety of places at school, offering flexibility for PE lessons.


WHAT DO OUR STAFF THINK?

COACH LUKE SAYS…

“This new form of golf allows children to try a new sport whilst developing core skills. Whilst being inclusive to different abilities, the lessons allow children to work both individually and as a team. As well as working on fundamental skills the sport also promotes strong core values through sportsmanship and co-operation”

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– EVIDENCING OUR IMPACT –

We will continually measure, assess and evaluate the impact of all our services within your school throughout the academic year. By measuring against the governments 5 key improvement indicators we are able to provide vital written evidence to demonstrate effective use of your schools P.E and school sport spend.

– IMPROVEMENT INDICATORS –

Increased participation in P.E and competitive sport.

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Kick starting healthy active lifestyles.

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff and pupils within teaching P.E and school sport.

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

The profile of P.E and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

“Our coach is in regular contact with our PE leader to ensure that everything is running smoothly and that all staff understand the sessions that are being delivered and their roles in the delivery. Synergy have also worked with us to develop our long term P.E plan, to ensure that we have full coverage of all areas across the year groups”

Garth Hicks | Head Teacher
Bardney CoE and Methodist Primary School