School Project builds momentum in Northern Ireland

Following on from the successful trip to North Macedonia in September, where NI Volleyball delegates attended this year’s CEV Coaches Convention, the CEV School Project has continued to build momentum in Northern Ireland. October was spent re-engaging with the 25 schools registered to take part in the project prior to the COVID-19 restrictions and subsequentContinue reading “School Project builds momentum in Northern Ireland”

Faroe Islands introduce Ramasjang Volley to involve youngsters at an early age

In order to constantly innovate and see the possibility of further development, the Faroe Islands are addressing a completely new target group of potential Volleyball players. It concerns the concept of Ramasjang Volley, which is Volleyball for the youngest children aged three to six years old. Ramasjang Volley already seems to be the kind ofContinue reading “Faroe Islands introduce Ramasjang Volley to involve youngsters at an early age”

School Volleyball ‘roadshow’ engages hundreds of kids in Iceland

After the launch of the project last September, October has been an extremely busy month for School Volleyball (aka Skólablak) in Iceland as some of the most important and biggest Skólablak events have taken place throughout the past few weeks. The first two, organised in Reykjavík, involved more than 400 boys and girls from sevenContinue reading “School Volleyball ‘roadshow’ engages hundreds of kids in Iceland”

School Project engages dozens of kids in Gibraltar

At the beginning of next month, the training of the new two departments will begin, which will last for the next six weeks. Work in lunchtime club at the two major comprehensive schools Bayside and Westside has continued in excellent progress, and the number of children involved in these schools has doubled. The Gibraltar VolleyballContinue reading “School Project engages dozens of kids in Gibraltar”

Teachers introduced to variety of Volleyball forms as Luxembourg steps up efforts to grow the game

The course ran from October 13 to 15, thereby introducing the 14 participants from the local school system to many exercises and different declinations of the volleyball game, which allow every child to have their right share fun with the sport. On the first afternoon, a theoretical session took place so that the participants couldContinue reading “Teachers introduced to variety of Volleyball forms as Luxembourg steps up efforts to grow the game”

School programme launched in Ireland with plenty of activities to follow soon

Volleyball Ireland (VLY) hosted the 2022 CEV School Project promotional launch at their VLY. LIVE event organised on October 1-2 in UL Sports Arena, Limerick. Their guest speaker, the technical director of the French Volleyball Federation, Mr Nicolas Sauerbrey, was in Ireland to deliver sessions to school kids aged between nine and 13 as wellContinue reading “School programme launched in Ireland with plenty of activities to follow soon”

School Project to help move Volleyball forward in Greenland

The Volleyball season does not start in Greenland until week 43, so those working on the delivery of the CEV School Project ‘Play Volleyball – Grow with it’ have so far focused on discussing how they can best reach out to the schools. In week 42, Project Manager Peter Morell had an online meeting withContinue reading “School Project to help move Volleyball forward in Greenland”

Young Leaders inspired to teach Volleyball to primary school kids in Scotland

The CEV School Project ‘Play Volleyball – Grow with it’ continues to develop in Scotland as the indoor season is in full swing. Regional Development and National Pathways Officer Blair Pettigrew has been working with schools in the west of Scotland to increase participation and development. Specifically, Blair has been working in Gleniffer High School,Continue reading “Young Leaders inspired to teach Volleyball to primary school kids in Scotland”

Hundreds of kids, teachers and coaches join latest School Project activities in Iceland

More and more children – as well as teachers and coaches – are making themselves familiar with Volleyball in Iceland with the help of the CEV School Project ‘Play Volleyball – Grow with it’. The project, officially launched last year in the country, resumed in mid-August with a course specifically addressed to physical education teachersContinue reading “Hundreds of kids, teachers and coaches join latest School Project activities in Iceland”