CITC delivers the Premier League Primary Stars programme in schools across Greater Manchester
Pupils and teachers take part in National Curriculum PE lessons, extra-curricular activities, PSHE lessons, English and Maths workshops, targeted interventions and collapsed curriculum days. CITC coaches work in 5 schools per week and deliver a full day each week of the academic year to each school.
To use the inspiration of Manchester City Football Club and the Premier League to engage pupils and teachers to lead healthier, more active lives.
Increase children's levels of physical activity
Improve teacher's confidence and competence to when delivering PE and School Sport
Increase children's, enjoyment, engagement and confidence in PE and School Sport
24.8% of 4-5 year olds in Manchester are overweight (including obese), compared to 23.9% in the North West, and 22.6% nationally
40.3% of 10-11 year olds in Manchester are overweight (including obese), compared to 35.2% in the North West, and 34.2% nationally
Project Curriculum: https://plprimarystars.com
CITC delivers the City Stars ICT programme in primary schools across Greater Manchester
The programme is aimed at years 4-6 and it delivered across 6 weeks. Pupils learn how to build the UBTECH robots using the programme app, and code the robots to play football against each other.
To use the inspiration of Manchester City Football Club and UBTECH robots to engage children in computing, tablets and coding.
- 2014 National Curriculum for ICT has greater emphasis on learning about computers and learning how to code. The ever-changing world requires children to prepare for the use of technology in adult life.
CITC delivers the City Stars Lifestyles programme in primary schools across Greater Manchester
We work with primary, secondary and SEN school children ranging from ages 5-14. We encourage the families to come along to our sessions so that they can learn together. Children will develop their social skills, practical cooking skills hand hygiene knowledge and physical activity.
To improve and develop the overall lifestyle of participating families. With record levels of overweight/obese children, the programme is designed to encourage children to make healthy choices from an early age and encourages them to take part in physical activity.
- To learn about different food groups and a healthy balanced diet.
- Preparing and cooking healthy meals together.
- Hand hygiene.
- Making healthy choices (saturated fat and sugary drinks).
- Hydration and the effects of exercise.
- Physical activities they can do at home and school.
To help families develop knowledge around the importance of a healthy lifestyle
- Unique participants: 854
- Number of sessions: 381
- Hours delivered: 584
- Number of venues: 66