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Volley2s is a new, free-to-download learning resource from Volleyball England that helps teachers and coaches to develop volleyball fundamentals by gradually introducing children to a full version of the game. Please click here to find out more and to download your own copy of the resource.
The Sports coach UK Resource Bank is available via the Coaching section of the Volleyball England website. In the resource bank you will find guides, videos and blogs to help you with your coaching. It also contains guidance on conducting an analysis of your training needs and developing a Personal Development Plan.
Let's Play Volleyball' resources are a series of Coaching packs from Volleyball England. The first in the series being 'Volley Sport' aimed at Key Stage 1 and 2 and for players of little experience. Mini Volley is next and aims to build on the players experiences being focused at Key Stage 3. Super Mini Volley provides the key link from small sided games to '6 v 6' and is aimed at Key Stage 4.
As of Monday 19th July, England has proceeded to Step 4 of the lockdown roadmap (see above). This means we have moved from a position of requiring activity to follow our Government-approved volleyball-specific safety plans to recommending the community follows a smaller, yet still effective, set of safety mitigations to minimise the risk of transmitting Covid-19 between participants.
The BVF acts as a conduit for the home nations (Volleyball England, Scottish Volleyball Association, Volleyball Wales and Northern Ireland Volleyball) to lobby for funding from the UK’s key government agencies to help athletes compete in elite competitions. Due to limited funding opportunities provided to UK sports of this size and elite performance, the main focus of the BVF has been to acquire funding from the Aspiration Fund launched in October 2018.
Under the auspices of governing body Volleyball England, the most important competition for English players is the National League while there is also a National Cup. In the men’s division, the league was formed in 1977 and there are currently nine teams doing battle for the annual title.
Volleyball resource cards. These cards can be used for both KS3 and KS4. I have covered each skill, including the technique, pictures and top tips for best technique. Skills covered are: both types of service, set, dig, volley, spike, block and a court diagram. Ready to print off and laminate.
Beginners volleyball. These are tried and tested lessons used with older primary school children. They can enjoy volleyball using basic throw and catch skills - Produced by Team B&G - Birgi éJill.