Teaching

As you learn about Rounders, you will play an important role in the development of how the game is taught in your school. Your knowledge will enable you to deliver high-quality lessons across the curriculum. You will learn how to teach a diverse range of aspects of the game, developing key physical literacy skills and tactical and strategic application of the rules. It will be your responsibility to instil confidence in every child and give them an enthusiasm for exercise and team sport, regardless of their natural ability.

Courses for Teachers

  • Primary Coaching for Teachers

    This three hour ‘coaching for teachers’ course is designed to introduce teachers and leaders to the basic principles of the striking and fielding activities of Rounders. It is particularly aimed at Key Stages 1 and 2.

    Learners must be:

    • Primary Teachers, PE specialists, non PE specialist teachers who contribute to extra-curricular work in both mainstream and special schoolS
    • Adults actively involved in coaching extra-curricular sports and recommended to attended by the school
    • Physical education students

    There is a minimum requirement of 12 and a maximum requirement of 20 learners per course.

    NOTE: The course organiser must hold an education membership to Rounders England.

    Facility Requirements

    A four badminton court sized sports hall and classroom are required (incl facilities to use PowerPoint).

    Learning

    The course will have the following elements;

    • Introduction to the basic skills and activities related to rounders
    • Delivery of rounders-specific small games
    • Adapted Games
    • Set up and play (with simplified rules) the full game of Rounders

    What you need to bring

    Learners will be expected to take part in activities so come in sportswear. Bring refreshments as Rounders England cannot guarantee these facilities at the course venues.

    What you will receive

    • Level 1 Skills Cards
    • Small Games Cards
    • Basic Skills Poster
    • Simplified Rules
    • Scoresheet
    • Certificate of Attendance

    Cost

    £35 per learner

    Interested?

    If you would like to organise and run a course, email or call the Workforce team on 0114 248 0357.

  • Secondary Coaching for Teachers

    This six hour course is designed to help teachers and leaders develop tactics involved in Rounders. It is particularly aimed at Key Stages 3 and 4.

    This course is for:

    • Secondary School Teachers, PE specialists, non PE specialist teachers who contribute to extra-curricular work in both mainstream and special schools
    • Adults actively involved in coaching extra-curricular sports and recommended to attended by the school
    • Physical education students

    NOTE: The course organiser must hold an education membership to Rounders England.

    Facility Requirements

    A four badminton court sized sports hall and classroom are required (including facilities to use PowerPoint).

    Learning

    The course will have the following elements;

    • Further development of the core skills and activities related to rounders
    • The playing and officiating of games
    • Tactical development

    What you will need to bring

    Learners will be expected to take part in activities so come in sportswear. Bring refreshments as Rounders England cannot guarantee these facilities at the course venues.

    What you will receive

    • Small Games Cards
    • UKCC Level 2 Skills Cards
    • Basic Skills Poster
    • Simplified Rules
    • Scoresheet
    • Certificate of Attendance

    Cost

    £50 per learner (Non Members)

    Interested?

    If you would like to organise and run a course, email or call the Workforce team on 0114 248 0357.

  • RYLA Orientation for teachers

    This four hour orientation course runs over one day.

    The Rounders Young Leaders Award (RYLA) is aimed at P.E. Teachers who wish to deliver an RYLA course within their own school (and other local schools should they wish to).

    NOTE: All teachers must be members of Rounders England (either as an Individual or through their School)

    Learning

    Within the RYLA Orientation you will learn how to deliver the Rounders Young Leaders Award to students within your school,

    What you need to bring

    You will need to come in sportswear as participants will be expected to take part in the activities. Bring refreshments as Rounders England cannot guarantee these facilities at the course venues.

    What you will receive

    Teacher’s Resources:

    • RYLA Tutor Notes (B&W)
    • Rounders Preliminary Umpire Course Manual (Colour)
    • RYLA Handbook (Young Leaders’ version)
    • Simplified Rules
    • RYLA Registration Form (for students)
    • Umpires Code of Practice
    • Scoresheet
    • RYLA Feedback Form (for students)
    • Certificate of attendance

    This pack of resources will help you deliver the Rounders Young Leader Award course to students (You will still need to book the RYLA course through Rounders England and get the student resource packs as per all our courses).

    Cost

    £30 per learner

    Interested?

    To apply to enrol on a course, email or call the Workforce team on 0114 248 0357 with details of your name, school and county.

Education Membership

Choose the membership that fits your organisation. Within Primary, Secondary or College / University there are benefits to support your Rounders activities.

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