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Football coaching at Cliff Park

PUBLISHED: 17:45 16 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:25 03 July 2010

COACHES from Norwich City's Football in the Community visited Cliff Park Junior School to help improve their footballing skills.

Year Four and Five pupils got the chance to develop their balance, rotation, co-ordination, running and walking, ball control and agility activities as part of the school's PE development programme in Multi Skills activities.

COACHES from Norwich City's Football in the Community visited Cliff Park Junior School to help improve their footballing skills.

Year Four and Five pupils got the chance to develop their balance, rotation, co-ordination, running and walking, ball control and agility activities as part of the school's PE development programme in Multi Skills activities.

Michael Walsh, Year Six co-ordinator said. “These activities provide pupils with the opportunity to experience a wide range of generic skill based activities and games to help them to develop their personal skills and sports experience.

“This will enable the children to recognise their potential talent and make informed choices regarding their future sports participation.”


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