Cricket in the Classroom is back!
Cricket in the Classroom is back for 19/20 academic year
Cricket in the Classroom is our longest running Education project that invites schools to Emerald Headingley Stadium for a day of curriculum based learning – with a cricketing twist!
Cricket in the Classroom Itinerary
10am- The day starts with a classroom based session, where children will work their way through our Cricket in the Classroom workbook, working in numeracy and literacy questions.
11am – The children put what they have learnt into practice, with our interactive quiz.
11.30am – You’ll head over to our indoor nets (used by Yorkshire and England professionals!) to try out some cricket skills, with our partners Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket.
1pm – We’ll have a 30 min break for lunch, where children sit over looking the cricket ground (either in our members long room, jam packed with history and heritage or in the stands overlooking the cricket pitch).
1.30pm – Your school will embark on a behind-the-scenes tour of Emerald Headingley Stadium, exploring exclusive areas that are off-limits to the public such as the training area, the players changing room and dining room.
2.15pm Departure from Emerald Headngley.
Cricket in the Classroom is £150 for a class (of up to 30 pupils). We can host up to 2 classes per day.
To book or find out more about the project, contact Nick.Robinson@yorkshirecricketfoundation.com
For information on becoming a CITC project partner or supporting one of our other projects, please contact Charlotte via Charlotte.Jones@yorkshirecricketfoundation.com