The remit of Scunthorpe United CSET is to use the power of football as the catalyst to enact positive change within our local community.read more
The Scunthorpe United CSET aims to bring the football club and the community closer together and there is no better way of doing that than inspiring the next generation of Iron fans while coaching them in our school sport coaching programme. We deliver sessions in many schools in North Lincolnshire throughout the week; we aim to offer diverse and high quality sessions that are age appropriate and adhere to the national curriculum. All our coaches are FA level 2 or above qualified and have a fully enhanced DBS check. We offer so much more than just football activities, all our coaches are qualified to deliver multi-sport activities.
The different sessions we offer are:
Scunthorpe United CSET offers the services are qualified and experience staff to take control and deliver PPA time and deliver PE sessions. The sessions can be tailored for your schools needs to deliver a bespoke package to meet your schools requirements. We can offer child assessments so you can keep track of their progress throughout the year to ensure they are achieving key milestones in their development. We deliver a multi-sport programme that is key stage appropriate covering these key areas:
After School Clubs
Scunthorpe United CSET has over 25 years of experience delivering after school activities in the Scunthorpe area. Our goal is to provide safe, fun and challenging sessions for participants of all abilities. There is more public awareness now about how important it is for young people to be involved in sport not only for the health benefits it offers but also for their social development; we believe that delivering after school clubs provides that opportunity for your pupils to enjoy sport. We can deliver purely football activities or multi-sport options for after school clubs which the main emphasis on having fun.
Just like the after school clubs, the lunch time activities are based on being active and taking part in fun based games. While doing this the children will be working on skills such as throwing, catching and team work. Lunch time clubs have proved popular in schools across the region for engaging children in positive activities during their lunch break
Barclays Premier League School Sport
Scunthorpe United CSET is now into the second year of an exciting partnership with the Barclays Premier League School Sport project, the project is been rolled out nationwide by the many different football league trusts throughout the country. We have secured funding to offer schools in the North Lincolnshire the chance to benefit from free coaching sessions to their Key Stage 1 pupils to develop their fundamental skills and movement. It is the government’s plan that this project will be delivered in all schools infant/primary schools during this parliament. For more information on how your school can become part of this project please contact the trust.
If you are interested in finding out more about our schools programme please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Football League Trust proudly launched its Female Football Development programme (FFD) throughout England in 2014, with a goal to ‘Inspire the Future Female Game’.
Playing an integral role in the progression of the Women’s & Girls’ game, FLT is driving participation growth and retention, as it delivers thousands of FFD sessions built upon an ethos of fun, friends, and fitness.
54 clubs are delivering FFD sessions aimed at 14-25 year-olds with Level 2 qualified coaches, in cohesion with County FAs, Schools, Colleges and Universities to engage with fresh participants, as part of the new FA Women’s and Girls’ programme. £2.4m will be invested over the next two years from Sport England funding, in an attempt to make Women’s Football the second most played team sport in England, by reaching over 40,000 new players. FFD is playing a pivotal part of this, accounting for over a third of the national target.
Scunthorpe United CSET are committed to the development of female football in North Lincolnshire and are proud to deliver sessions to year 10 and 11 girls at secondary schools throughout North Lincolnshire. If you are a student or a teacher who is interested in our FFD programme and would like to find out more please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Target is a programme of free activities for young people aged between eight and 19
The sessions are in:
The project aims to give young people the chance to take part in positive activities and develop new social and leadership skills. Opportunities are also available for young people to volunteer on the programme.
Check out the On Target timetable below for more information.
How To Take Part
You can take part by getting a parent or guardian to complete the parental consent form - you can pick one up at your first session. If you are 18 or 19-years-old you can complete the form yourself.