How do you manage a football club?

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Lead designerElaine Chew

Being a football manager sounds like a dream job, but playing a role in the world's most popular sport requires a blend of skills. This 30 hour module explores real ideas such as communicating effectively with players, building the perfect team and how to use maths to coach for success. However, some more unexpected problem solving is also put into practice, such as designing the perfect football boot and budgeting for the team's kit! With the safe and supportive environment of a learning team behind you, all students are going to thrive in their new role as football managers.
DeliveryLive online
30hr course
Ages 7 - 8
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Learners will understand that the application of math techniques can help us make sense out of numbers; knowledge of materials is essential to identify their function; and organisation of information can help us understand its relevance.
Learners will be able to problem solve using real life scenarios; use design to highlight specific pieces of information, recognise that layout can help a reader absorb information; appreciate that data is integral to our understanding of our environment; and create artwork with a sense of purpose and perspective.
Learners become more aware of the role of a manager and leader, practicing their ability to make decisions in complex situations.
Learning outcomes

Maths and Science

  • Mental maths +/- with 2 digits
  • Adding and subtracting money in decimals
  • Solving word problems involving +/-
  • Learn how to read structured data in tables
  • Learn about angles, perpendicular and parallel lines
  • Sort numbers ascending and descending up to 1,000

Language and Literacy

  • Watch and document non-fiction facts
  • Handwriting
  • Factual writing using Who, What, When, Where, Why and How
  • Joint reading of texts by Tom Palmer

Technology, Innovation and the Arts

  • Understanding of public arts and the benefits to communities
  • Composition and preparation of a mural
  • JavaScript coding involing objects, function calls, and structured data


Modules can be delivered in short or long formats

Each module can be delivered in formats of 3 hours a day, or 1.5 hours a day. Importantly, our modules are carefully designed to ensure that even in the 3 hour format, children have a maximum exposure time of 2.5 hours total screen time per day, with a limit of 40 minutes in any one continuous block.

To find out more about how we structure our lesson engagement to foster independence and protect the eyes of our little ones, have a look at our sample camp timetable.