How do you manage a football club?


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.

Module Duration

30 hours


Online Sessions + Offline Tasks

Learning Outcomes

Technology & Art
  1. Understanding of public arts and the benefits to communities
  2. Composition and preparation of a mural
  3. JavaScript coding involing objects, function calls, and structured data
Language & Literacy
  1. Watch and document non-fiction facts
  2. Handwriting
  3. Factual writing using Who, What, When, Where, Why and How
  4. Joint reading of texts by Tom Palmer
Maths & Science
  1. Mental maths +/- with 2 digits
  2. Adding and subtracting money in decimals
  3. Solving word problems involving +/-
  4. Learn how to read structured data in tables
  5. Learn about angles, perpendicular and parallel lines
  6. Sort numbers ascending and descending up to 1,000
Module designed by
Elaine Chew

Elaine Chew is one of Neobael's team of module designers. Our expert team spends hundreds of hours crafting and designing modules like "How do you manage a football club?"

Suggested Class


Developed by Elaine Chew

Our custom built After School curriculum is designed to make international style education accessible. Each term, learners take on 3 projects that are designed to give them the chance to apply the learning they do within their normal school curriculum. Each project is interdiciplinary and uses real life contexts to make learning relevant, dynamic and fun. This term learners explore food production in "Where does my food come from?", design a disability friendly play area in "Ergonomic Playgrounds" and take on the world of Biology in "How to be a Plant Scientist". The Neobael After School programme is the ideal way for children to reinforce conceptual knowledge while practicing 21st century skills such as communication and critical thinking. We've crafted lessons to help children create, present and lead their way to a successful future.

Recommended Ages 7 - 9