For more information about the courses go to: https://engage.englandnetball.co.uk/coursefinder
Codsall High are seeking a netball coach on Mondays (although could be changed if necessary) 3-4pm from September 2019.
- Minimum UKCC Level 2 Netball coach required as PE teacher may not always be present
- Enhanced DBS clearance
- Experience of working with students aged 14-16 ideal
- Paid (Approx £20-25 for the hour)
If interested contact: Mike Horsfield email@example.com or 07368320041
Walsall is going to be home to an amazing three day netball camp for your child this summer.
From the 30th July to 1st August 2019, England Netball’s famous Youth Camps (NYCs) will be taking over Walsall Campus Sports Centre.
NYCs give junior players the chance to get together with their friends and take to the court in the holidays.
This is a non-residential holiday camp providing ‘Nothing but Netball’ filled with top quality coaching and world cup themed netball activities.
This camp is for girls and boys from the ages of 11-14 and there will be plenty of fun, skills and match play as our expert coaches give tips to help improve play.
If you are the parent of a junior netball lover this is an unmissable holiday activity!
To book your junior players on to this camp today, visit https://www.englandnetball.co.uk/NYC/west-midlands/
Job Title: Netball Coach
Job Purpose: To provide netball coaching to teams, groups of pupils as required.
Reporting Line: Head of Girls’ Games
Hours: As agreed with the Headmaster and Head of Girls Games
In conjunction with STAFFORDSHIRE & STOKE ON TRENT SCHOOL GAMES 2019
The County netball festival compromised of 10 primary school High 5 netball teams representing each School Partnership across Staffordshire competing to become Staffordshire County High Five & School Games Champions.
The netball teams were placed into two sections, each playing one match against the teams in their group with the top two progressing to the semi-finals. Young leaders from local schools put their skills to the test with some officiating and scoring. The young leaders were also mentored under the supervision of volunteers from the Staffordshire County Netball Association.
The fixtures progressed, showcasing the counties best netball talent. The atmosphere was great with lots of smiling participants and support from spectators on the viewing balcony.
Once the fixtures had finished it was then time to add up the scores…
On Thursday 13th December walking netballers were invited to Stafford Leisure Centre for a fun and festive Christmas walking netball festival ran by host Laura and Active Communities Stafford. 5 teams took part in the festival, which included mince pies (afterwards) and a Christmas pudding each! Everyone played brilliantly and there were some fantastic Christmas outfits on show.
The fight for the top position was very close with the win awarded to Freedom Stafford, beating the Fun Walkers by just 2 goals.
1st place: Freedom Stafford
2nd place: The Fun Walkers (Burton)
3rd place: Newcastle under Lyme
4th place: Lichfield Spires
5th place: Telford
Player of the tournament went to Sue from Lichfield Spires
There was also a raffle which raised a whopping £175 for Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity. Well done all and especially to Laura and Active Communities!
A huge congratulations to our Staffordshire County Chair Par Arnott for being awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Everybody Awards 2018 as founder and head coach of Alsager Netball Club. Pat is a well-known netball volunteer who has supported the county for many years. Well deserved, congrats Pat
Lichfield Spires Netball club first formed off the back of a session aiming to get women back into the game; Back to Netball. Fast forward almost 5 years and the now affiliated club offer netball across the Lichfield district to all ages.
The club has seen particular growth this year launching its new junior section, which has grown every week since starting. The first sessions ran in March and since then the club has welcomed over 100 girls aged from 7-15 years old. The club also held its first junior tournament and in September entered the Staffordshire County Junior League for the 2018/19 season.
Earlier in the year the club also started hosting England Netball’s newest form of the game; Walking Netball, in association with Lichfield District Council. This session has hugely benefited the local community, and the group even won their first trophy at the county Walking Netball festival in September. The Walking Netballers have also joined the club in volunteering roles and can be seen wearing the Spires club kit!