School Resources

School Resources

Badminton Scotland’s Development Team already work with a number of partners across Scotland, to develop opportunities for Primary and Secondary pupils to participate in quality badminton activities. However, we are always happy to look at new opportunities to allow more Scottish school pupils to enjoy the benefits that come with playing Badminton. We believe that badminton offers fantastic all round physical activity as well as introducing many skills used in everyday life such as listening and communication skills, working within a team, sportsmanship and many others.

If you have any further questions regarding any of the information featured in the schools section please contact our Development Team on 0141 445 1218 or submit an enquiry via our contact form putting schools in the subject line.  To utilise any resources, schools must be affiliated to Badminton Scotland. For information on how to affiliate, click here.

Young Sport Leaders Education Course

A 4 hour course geared towards educating Secondary school pupils on how to coach, how to organise festivals and how to officiate/organise competitions.  Pupils who complete this are then permitted to assist in the delivery of Big Hit Festivals. See information below.

Big Hit Festivals

A new festival format that was first piloted on 10th May at the Cockburn Centre with 3 Renfrew schools (150 pupils over 5 courts). In comparison with the previous Play Badminton Festivals and Sportshall Challenges, the Big Hit Festivals offer additional services including parallel teacher CPD (including new resources), Young Sport Leader delivery and College/Uni student mentoring opportunities.  Furthermore, the ratio of pupils to court has increased with the activities being designed to cater for maximum of 30 pupils per court. 

For more information on the programme, download the flowchart here

School Resources and Courses

  Education

Schools must be affiliated to access resources

 

 

 

 

Name

Target Audience

Duration

Description

Cost

Nursery/ Early Years

Age 3-6

Nursery, P1-2

 

2 Hours

 

Basic movement patterns, balance, hand and eye co-ordination, introduction to very basic hitting/ striking  action.

£15 per person

 

Curriculum for Excellence 1

P1-P7

5-11years.

Primary Levels 1&2

 

 

2 Hours

A pack of 10 progressive activity lesson plans delivered though fun & games ,featuring basic racket skills and movement patterns

£15 per person

 

Big Hit CPLC

P5- S2

9-14

2 Hours

Free

Variety of badminton related activities delivered through Big Hit Festivals, in conjunction with CPLC for teachers

Resource £5

S1 – S4 Online Resource

S1 – S4

Free download for affiliated schools

Designed around the principles and philosophies of Curriculum for Excellence where learning through and about physical education is at the heart of the resource

Free for affiliated schools

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Download Teacher Resource

Nat4/5

S3-S6

2 Hours

A practical session on basic movement, stroke production, shot selection  through repetitive practice and combination drill

£5 per head

 

Higher

S4- S6

2 Hours

Practical delivery of progressive practices to improve movement, shot production, shot selection and basic tactics for singles

£ 5 per head

Sports Leader Award

14 - Student

4 - 6 Hours

 

An introduction for young people to learn about coaching badminton through fun activities, officiating, and running simple competitions.

£10 per Young Sports Leader.

If delivered by Active Schools Coordinator, £3 per resource.

Badminton Basics

14- 18 School Pupils

6 Hours

Practically based course  which aims to introduce fun games and basic fundamental skills for badminton covering health and safety to allow maximum participation to suit the needs of the group

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If schools or local authorities would like to run a 2 hour CPD session for staff and volunteers, please contact your regional development officer or Coaching and Development team on 0141 445 1218