Learn to Compete, Compete to Learn – Creating Healthy Competition
Competition is high on the agenda and permeates everyday life. It is therefore essential that every child and young person learns how to compete and develop the key skills associated with competition.
‘Learn to Compete, Compete to Learn’ provides a simple but innovative way to promote and embed “healthy competition” in all young people. It provides fun, practical solutions to teaching the building blocks of competition, ensuring all young people are equipped with the skills to compete positively.
Learn to Compete, Compete to Learn Resource
The resource file is made up of 30 A4 sized cards and is made up of the following 3 sections:
1. ‘Learn to Compete’ includes 12 skill based activities that enable every child and young person to access competition in different ways according to their needs. Each one is aligned with one of the Stations from our ‘FUNS for everyone’ programme, providing further opportunities for you to develop the Fundamental Movement Skills – Balance, Coordination and Agility – in your children and young people.
2. ‘Compete to Learn’ includes 12 fun, competitive games that can help every child and young person develop a healthy and positive approach to competition. Each innovative game draws out the Personal or Social skills that are key to competing in a positive way including taking turns, supporting others, playing fairly, perseverance and acknowledging winning and losing. These skills are presented in the form of Personal or Social learning journeys that link directly to National Curriculum levels.
3. ‘Creative formats’ looks at more inclusive ideas that can be utilised when structuring and delivering competition. They offer fun and creative solutions to engage all young people fairly in competition. They are applicable to lessons and club environments and span intra and inter school competition formats.
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