Our provision embraces a range of activities. At the heart of the offer is the ambition to improve young people’s motivation, self esteem and help them become more effective learners.
Our Learning Programme includes:
Supporter 2 Reporter – project based learning
Scunthorpe United Reading Stars – promoting reading through football
School and community programmes – health and wellbeing programmes
Supporter 2 Reporter
Supporter 2 Reporter (S2R) is a programme where pupils improve their literacy skills by taking on the professional role of a sports reporter. The unique mix of sport and media engages learners to develop their media, enterprise and communication skills over a comprehensive 20 hour programme. It is aimed at children and young people from years 5 to 8.
Learners take part in a project based learning model to learn journalistic skills. S2R has a clear focus on communication, media and literacy. It also has the added benefit of raising self-esteem, motivation and confidence for targeted learners, as well as widening educational opportunities.
Scunthorpe United Reading Stars
Scunthorpe United Reading Stars is a programme that links literacy to football. The project has a number of strands, all of which are intended to harness children’s passion for football to improve attainment in reading.
The strands currently provided as part of the programme include:
access to the National Literacy Trust’s Premier Reading Stars challenge
two half day visits to Glanford Park (home of Scunthorpe United) for a group to take part in football themed activity lessons, for example the creation of TV shows, performance poetry or comic strip creation, as well as a number of additional reading challenges, activities and visits from SUFC players
The Reading Stars project is flexible enough to be used in both primary and secondary settings and works well for participants from years 5, 6, 7 and 8. The programme helps to make positive steps in transforming attitudes to literacy by inspiring love of reading through a passion for sport.
Bespoke school and community programmes
Family learning programmes
Health and wellbeing programmes
Out of school hours learning programmes
All programmes are bespoke and generally supported by external funding where possible.
Price dependent upon nature of bespoke programme – please contact centre for free consultation.
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