Community coaching news - March 4, 2016

Coach Education

An Early Touches Coach Education Course was held at Lochbroom Leisure Centre in Ullapool. This course on the children’s pathway was well attended with twenty two participants travelling from as far as Gairloch,  Inverness and Thurso. This was an adhoc course requested by High Life Highlands Active School Coordinators, looking to educate young sports leaders locally by developing their knowledge and understanding of what’s important when coaching young children. Wester Ross FC was also represented on the day and we would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone for their time and enthusiasm.

 

Tesco Bank Festival

Well done to all the P2’s and P3’s from Milton Of Leys Primary that took part in the Tesco Bank Festival. The Festival was held on the schools MUGA pitch, all the kids had a great morning of football, despite the cold weather. All 100 kids were split into teams and played numerous small sided matches. There was also a guest appearance from First team player Stewart Murdoch – who got a photo with the kids and answered some of their questions.

 

World Book Day 

The Community department celebrated World Book Day this week by going out to schools and reading some well-known books to pupils. On Wednesday Charlie and Ryan visited Ben Wyvis primary and spent the afternoon reading to the primary 4,5,6 and 7s. On Thursday morning our Head of Youth and Community Steven Ferguson visited Teanassie primary to read his favourite book. Amy also spent Thursday morning reading to the primary 3s at Merkinch primary. Much fun was had by the pupils and our community team celebrating World Book Day. We would just like to thank the schools for having us and we look forward to doing this again next year.

Friday, March 4, 2016 11:23 AM


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