‘Ready to Go Orienteering’ is an Irish Orienteering Association initiative, aimed at introducing and promoting the sport of orienteering into schools and provide teachers with the necessary training and resources to successfully implement the programme in a school setting.
In return for full commitment to the programme, each school will receive a subsidised teacher training day - online (2hours) & face to face (3 hours), a resource folder, equipment pack, numerous school event opportunities and the option of a school mapping service (additional cost)
Step 1: School registers to participate in the Orienteering Schools Programme by completing the programme registration form.
Step 2: Registration will be acknowledged by Cork Sports Partnership.
Step 3: Successful schools will be contacted by Cork Sports Partnership to confirm acceptance on to the programme. Remaining schools will be contacted and placed on a waiting list for future phases of the programme.
Step 4: Registered teachers will attend the Ready to Go Orienteering Training Course (online - 2 hours & face to face - 3 hours)
‘Ready to go’ Orienteering will provide teachers with the knowledge to:
Step 5: Depending on which programme option Schools selected, arrangements will be made to deliver remaining components of the programme with each school. E.g. mapping, equipment packs etc.
Step 6: School teacher delivers regular Orienteering activities on schools grounds.