The Honour Roll Programme is a unique 'sport for personal development' intervention delivered in the most disadvantaged areas of the school sector.
The Honour Roll programme aims to assist in the preparation of young people (aged 8-11 years old) from disadvantaged or underrepresented communities for transitioning to secondary level education via a 10 week sport and physical activity, personal development and raising aspirations programme. Honour Roll also aims to to facilitate a sustained relationship with the University for young people from disadvantaged areas and the local schools using sport.
During the sessions development areas which will be covered will include the following:
34 hours to include:
Programme delivery: 10 weeks x 3 hours
Quality Assurance training: 1 week x 4 hours
Design and development of this programme has kindly been supported by the Sport Changes Life Foundation. The programme is managed and coordinated by Prof Deirdre Brennan, Director of Sports Outreach, School of Sport.