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2 Introduction to Coaching Children Pre-workshop guide

3 OUTCOMES This pack should help you to: identify the capabilities children are able to develop through their participation in sport explain the positive youth development movement describe the 5cs in the context of childrens sport describe child growth and development issues at different ages explain how children are motivated examine communication styles relative to childrens age review your own coaching practice.

4 TASK 1What are all the capabilities (capacities, abilities, competences) that children can develop through their participation in sport?

5 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL PHYSICAL TECHNICAL TACTICAL MENTAL

6 Positive Youth Development CONFIDENCE CHARACTER CONNECTION COMPETENCE CONTRIBUTION CARING

7 5Cs through Sport 5Cs Being able to do things Self-worth and self-efficacy Positive connections with people and environment Respect for rules, sense of right and wrong, empathy Being able to find own solutions to problems

8 3 ages of the child Chronological age: actual age from birth Developmental or biological age: physical, emotional, social, cognitive age compared with a typical child of that age Training age: number of years in serious training

9 SPEC MODEL COGNITIVE PHYSICAL EMOTIONAL SOCIAL Coaching session or activity

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11 Physical Literacy Children who are physically literate have competence and confidence in their: fundamental movements skills fundamental sport skills ability to read the environment and make decisions

12 MULTI SKILL FUNdamentals of Movement balance, agility and coordination FUNdamentals of Movement balance, agility and coordination FUNdamental sport skills invasion, net/wall, striking and fielding, athletc/gymnastic FUNdamental Movement skills eg run, jump, hop, throw, catch, kick, skip Sport specific skill eg rugby, netball, tennis, cricket FUNdamentals continuum Foreman and Bradshaw, 2009

13 Fitness and movement skills developed as a FUN part of daily life Development of sound FUNdamentals of movement: balance, agility and coordination Development of FUNdamentals of movements skills: eg run jump, throw Minimising sedentary behaviour Encouraging participation in daily physical activity Fitness and movement skills developed as a FUN part of daily life Development of sound FUNdamentals of movement: balance, agility and coordination Development of FUNdamentals of movements skills: eg run jump, throw Minimising sedentary behaviour Encouraging participation in daily physical activity ACTIVE START Birth – 6 years

14 Continuing to develop the FUNdamentals of movement (balance, agility, coordination) and the FUNdamental movement skills (eg catch, kick, roll, swim). Integrating mental, cognitive and emotional development as well as overall physical development Starting to include FUNdamental sport skills (eg invasion sport, net and court games, gymnastic skills) Encouraging daily physical activity and strength exercises using own body weight, medicine and swiss balls Continuing to develop the FUNdamentals of movement (balance, agility, coordination) and the FUNdamental movement skills (eg catch, kick, roll, swim). Integrating mental, cognitive and emotional development as well as overall physical development Starting to include FUNdamental sport skills (eg invasion sport, net and court games, gymnastic skills) Encouraging daily physical activity and strength exercises using own body weight, medicine and swiss balls FUNDAMENTALS 6-8/9 years

15 Focusing more on sport skills Encouraging participation in a range of sports rather than specialising in one or two. Skill development is a strong focus Continuing emphasis on using sport to develop cognitive, emotional and social skills as well as physical and sport skills Encouraging regular involvement in sports most days of the week Focusing more on sport skills Encouraging participation in a range of sports rather than specialising in one or two. Skill development is a strong focus Continuing emphasis on using sport to develop cognitive, emotional and social skills as well as physical and sport skills Encouraging regular involvement in sports most days of the week LEARN TO TRAIN 8/9 -11/12 years

16 Key concepts: the cognitive, social emotional as well as physical needs of individual children physical literacy and the fundamentals developmentally appropriate training and competitive structure sport as an agent of transformation

17 THANK YOU Feedback on the value of this pack would always be most welcome. Go to and submit your comments or speak directly with SASCOCwww.apollinaire.co.uk Introduction to Coaching Children


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