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Sports organising events - The aim of our event is to make sure all participants are enjoying the event and dont get bored by it, we will try and keep them all involved at all times. It is also important to think about the safety of both the participan

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Organising a Sporting Event Organisers: * Steven Coddington. * Jonathan chapman. * Alex Lee. * Jacob Goddard. * Callum Hall. Event: Football Tennis. Equipment: * 4 regular sized indoor badminton courts. * Bad of indoor footballs. * 8 Large cones. * 4 Badminton nets. * Mix of small cones. * Bibs. * Whistle. * Stop Watch. * Results sheet. Participants: 8 teams of 4 players. Total of 32 child participants. Set up: Key: * Court. * Net. * Participants. * Football. Participants will need: * Indoor footwear. * Indoor clothing. * Change of clothes for afterwards. * No jewellery. Rules and aims of the game * Participants will be broken up into teams, which will compete against each other for points, which will then be placed onto a league table. * Before they compete with each other each team will be coached and prepped for the competition for 20 minutes by one of the organisers. ...read more.

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* When all the league table games are finished, teams will move on to the "knockout" stages where the top four teams will compete for the ultimate winners and the bottom four will do the same for consolation winner. In the knockout stages the team who finished on the most points, out of the four teams moving through, will play the team who got the least out of the 4, and second and third will play each other. The winners of both games will then move into a final match to play for the winners. Aims and objectives The aim of our event is to make sure all participants are enjoying the event and don't get bored by it, we will try and keep them all involved at all times. It is also important to think about the safety of both the participants and the organisers, making sure we don't put anyone in danger and that it is a safe environment for everyone to work in. ...read more.

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M - Measurable: We will make the event measurable by having a league table to establish how each team is doing and who is exceeding better than others. We will also encourage the teams who are struggling by pointing out ways to improve their performance. A - Achievable: a main objective of ours is to make sure we don't make our session to hard and too complicated, by making achievable. Our session could be simple and still have the means to work. R - Realistic: We need to make sure our targets are not extreme and unreachable, our targets need to be simple and precise so that we can achieve them. T - Time based: Our sessions need to be to a specific time. We need to make sure that our session is neither too long or too short by starting practices that are lengthy and will not be obtainable in the given time period. ?? ?? ?? ?? 1. 1. ...read more.

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