ESFA Coaching Bursaries
Any full time teacher wishing to undertake an FA Level 1, 2, 3 or Age Appropriate Coaching Qualification, can receive a significant discount on the cost of the course.
The scheme has also been expanded to support both teachers and for the first time students, to gain Basic Referee and FA Medical Qualifications.
Details of these courses can be obtained via the local County Football Association. The English Schools’ FA encourages schools participating in regular competitions, to take advantage of this offer.
To download an application form go to www.esfa.co.uk/coaching
Should you require further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
March 2010 News
20th :: Affiliation Requirements for Season 2010-11
County / District Schools’ FAs are reminded that to affiliate to the English Schools’ FA for Season 2010-2011, the Association is required to have a named Club Welfare Officer who has:
• An accepted Enhanced FA CRB check • Completed
12th :: Centenary Shield: Wales 0-0 England
A disappointing evening in Llanelli saw the England U18 Schoolboys held to a goalless draw by Wales.
09th :: The ‘SCOTY’ Awards 2010
Is your school’s football coach the best in the country? If so, read on.
04th :: Link with a school in Africa to celebrate the World Cup!
The English Schools’ FA has teamed up with the DCSF Global Gateway school linking service which startedin January 2010.
03rd :: Centenary Shield: N. Ireland 1-4 England
The England Under 18 Schoolboys got their 2010 SAFIB Centenary Shield campaign off to a flying start on Friday afternoon, when they defeated their hosts 4-1 at Crusaders FC.