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SCHOOLS CRICKET


Huntingdonshire Cricket is a huge supporter in the development of schools cricket and has produced a Strategic Plan entitled ‘Building a Shining Cricket legacy in Huntingdonshire Schools’. The document can be viewed by clicking onto the link below.


Schools Cricket Strategic Plan 2012-15


Our goal for the next four years [2012-15] is to  

1nfluence delivery of four specific outcomes.


INCREASING THE CHANCE TO PLAY


EMPOWERING YOUNG PEOPLE TO COMPETE


MORE CHILDREN PLAYING CLUB CRICKET


ENLIGHTENMENT THROUGH CRICKET


At primary school level we run many kwik cricket tournaments, as part of the national ECB initiatve, and offer three hours free coaching to schools entering the kwik cricket tournaments.


At secondary school level we promote and run ESCA competitions as well as support the very successful

Fred Trueman League [formerly the David Cross]


In addition the Chance to shine initiative in 2013

involved 34 schools and 5 special educational needs schools with an impact on 15 affiliated clubs.


Please contact Kevin Clement, the Huntingdonshire Cricket

Development Manager, if your Club or School  would like to be part of the Chance to shine initaitive in 2014 .


The progress in our strategy, as at October 2013, is shown in the document below.


Schools Cricket Strategic Plan Outcomes Review

SCHOOLS CRICKET OFFER

2013-2014


Huntingdonshire Cricket will be offering a range of cricket related coaching and initiatives to help your school in 2012/13.


Our primary school offer includes initiatives for all school years from year 3 to 6, boys and girls.


Primary School Offer


The secondary school offer contains initiatives for indoor competition, Chance to Compete and Young Leaders courses.


Both offers contain work in Special Educational Needs schools, ECB teacher training courses as well as assemblies and ‘whole school’ cricket teacher training


Secondary School Offer


For more information register your interest by emailing

huntscb@yahoo.co.uk

Schools Cricket Development Plan March 2012.pdf PRIMARY SCHOOL CRICKET OFFER 2013-14.doc SECONDARY SCHOOL CRICKET OFFER 2013-14.doc School Strategy Outcomes Review October 2013.doc

INDIA AND SRI LANKA SCHOOLS CHALLENGE


ECB has launched the India and Sri Lanka Schools Challenge – a cricket-based educational programme which will be aimed at primary and secondary schoolchildren during England’s international series against India and Sri Lanka this summer.

Building on the success of the Ashes School Challenge, which engaged with more than 2,500 primary schools in 2013, the new India and Sri Lanka Schools Challenge is fully integrated with the UK National Curriculum for Key Stages 2 and 3.

 

As part of the free interactive programme, teachers will be able to access 13 bespoke lesson plans and activities which will use the rich cricketing history of both countries to help develop literacy skills and a wider understanding of South Asian communities.

Former England captain and ECB’s Managing Director of Cricket Partnerships, Mike Gatting, said: “The inaugural Ashes Schools Challenge last summer resulted in a superb response from thousands of primary schools across the country, and the launch of the new India and Sri Lanka Schools Challenge today provides another exciting opportunity for even more schools to get involved with this innovative classroom initiative.

 

“Both India and Sri Lanka are nations with rich cricketing traditions.  Learning how the sport is interwoven with the history and culture of both countries will be fascinating for pupils and is a great way for them to develop literacy skills, cultural awareness – and we trust – a passion for cricket itself.”

Working in partnership with Chance to Shine, in addition to being available online for anyone to access, the India and Sri Lanka Schools Challenge will be adopted as part of the Chance to Shine educational programme in thousands of state schools across the country this summer.

To find out more about the programme and to access the online resources, please visit http://schoolschallenge.ecb.co.uk