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Court of Dreams Project: The complete teacher and coach toolkit

Court of Dreams Project: The complete teacher and coach toolkit

Publication type

Manuals and Tools

Publisher

Sadili Oval Sports Academy

Year

2019

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PDF icon Court of Dreams Project Toolkit2.69 MB

Tennis, literacy and WASH-based activities to improve the health and school attendance of children aged 5-11 years.

This toolkit is designed for coaches and schoolteachers implementing the Court of Dreams project in Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya. The content of this manual allows coaches and teachers to plan, create and conduct sport and play-based sessions that aim to improve WASH among school children.

The target group includes girls and boys between the ages of 6 and 11 from non-privileged backgrounds in Kibera, the largest slum in East Africa. In the toolkit, the games, activities and exercises are categorised. Some games may be more suitable for either younger or older participants, although many games can be adjusted to an appropriate level for the specific age group. Each participant should be able to understand the rules, perform the exercise and identify connections between the game and the wider educational issues. This book is accompanied by a set of 48 pictures, posters and activity sheets, on WASH, life skills and literacy in math and English.

About Sadili Oval Sports Academy

Sadili Oval Sports Academy's mission is to use the power of sports in educating children and improving children’s health outcomes. Since the organisation was established in 1992, Sadili has worked with disadvantaged children from Kibera, Nairobi County, Busia County and Siaya County. Sadili’s work includes Girl Power Clubs Africa, an empowerment and leadership program, and Ushindi Boys Clubs, rites of passage for teenage boys to become responsible young men in their communities.

About United Purpose

United Purpose is an international development organisation that since 2016 hasincorporated International Inspiration, the London 2012 legacy organisation. As such, the use of Sport for Development and Peace (SDP) to achieve development outcomes is engrained in UP’s programmes strategy. UP’s vision is a world where justice, dignity and respect prevail for all. Their mission is to move people beyond aid. They use innovation and creativity to make this happen, and explore new methods to achieve better results.

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Dr Elizabeth Odera

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Sadili Oval Sports Academy

Published

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 11:54