As is common in January, many of us will have set ourselves the challenge of accomplishing personal goals to improve our general health and wellbeing by changing some of our less desirable traits and habits.
Even for those who have not, here at BISB we are committed to supporting our students and school community to improve their general health and wellbeing. Getting active is one way to do this and there is currently a wide range of native English opportunities to do so, both within our school and across the city.
This weekly feature serves to showcase what is currently on offer to help improve and sustain your activity levels as well as offer some tips and advice on how to adopt healthier lifestyle choices for you and your family.
Issue 1 – Girls’ Football @ BISB
Girls’ Football is celebrating its tenth anniversary at BISB. During this time, the programme has expanded largely due to its increased profile, popularity and success both locally and Internationally. Today, nearly 1 in 4 girls across the school participate in either recreational or competitive football each week.
What to expect?
- Modern coaching techniques delivered by friendly, committed and well organised staff.
- A focus on developing technical skills as well as enhancing knowledge of tactics and positional play.
- The chance to represent the school in fixtures and tournaments within Budapest, Hungary and internationally.
- Fun, inventive ways to develop your confidence, team work and communication and a love for the beautiful game.
Who can get involved?
The Girls’ Football programme offers opportunities for all girls Year 4 – 13.
Where and when does it take place?
U11 Girls – Friday 3:45-4:45pm
U14 Girls – Tuesday 3:45-5:15pm
U19 Girls – Wednesday 3:45-5:15pm
Who should I contact?
Our CCA co-ordinators Mr Swaine email@example.com or Ms Sziráki firstname.lastname@example.org.