Research and analysis

Using football to educate young people and their families

Ofsted good practice example showing how using love of football can help improve English and mathematics skills.

Documents

Foundation of Light: good practice example

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Foundation of light: good practice example

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Detail

This example shows how using children’s and parents and carers’ love of football can encourage and help them to rapidly develop their English, mathematics and parenting skills and become fitter, healthier families. Children and carers participate in a range of structured activities, both individually and as families, that help them understand each other and improve a variety of skills and attitudes.