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Education & Basketball
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Ten years ago a Centre for Basketball was established at Moulton College. Since then the Moulton College Basketball Academy has become recognised as one of the leading Basketball Academies in the country. Six years ago we were awarded Academy status by England Basketball and two years ago became recognised as an AASE Institution.

We are unique and unlike other 'Academies'”, in ensuring opportunities across a wide spectrum whether that be talented individuals or boys and girls who have a genuine interest in, and a love of basketball. We offer the opportunity for players who want to continue with their full time education and improve their standard of play. Our academic and basketball programmes are completely integrated, in other words; the basketball isn'’t just stuck on at the end of the day.

The programme consists of:

Study for a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport Development Coaching and Fitness which is worth 3 A levels

• Apprentice Referees Award.
• Table Officiating qualification
• First Aid qualification
• An opportunity to play on one of the three college teams.
• EBL fixtures where appropriate.

•Eight hours of practical basketball each week which includes:-

Personal development.
Team play.
SAQ work.
Personalised Strength and Conditioning Programme

Full access to our on site Physiotherapist

In addition in July 2010 Moulton was granted AASE Academy status allowing talented boys and girls to join the Advanced Apprenticeship Programme.

The college has superb residential facilities in a peaceful rural setting so for any young person who might benefit from a move away from home Moulton is the ideal place to be.

I know that many coaches are concerned that young players attending academies will be lost to their own programme. This isn'’t the case with us!!

All players are free to play with their own clubs at weekend

If you are interested or know someone who may be interested then throw me an email

michael.dwyer@moulton.ac.uk
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#2
Basketball is one of the globe's most well-known activities, and its gamers are experiencing significant amounts of media and fan interest. Being a basketball gamer is a very well-known choice of profession for adolescents that are generally interested in activities, as basketball along with soccer and several other activities offers the best viewpoint for gamer development and profession development. Basketball players usually appreciate more popularity than their groups in general, in contrast to soccer where lovers usually focus their interest on whole groups and not so much on specific players.

To become a basketball game player, one must have excellent health and fitness and stamina. Running speed and leap size are two crucial factors for any basketball gamer, and some take special programs targeted at helping the distance they can leap top to bottom, going as far as to walk around with loads on their feet for whole days. Basketball participants are typically high as this gives them a aggressive advantage in the game, but some smaller gamers have also handled to find success in the groups. Traditionally, becoming a member of a team for a player of method to short size would be more difficult than for one who is extremely high.

A basketball game lover can earn an excellent income based on their skills and group they are playing in. NBA gamers usually appreciate the biggest incomes, with the highest-paid of them receiving around $20,000,000 yearly. The average wage for a basketball player in the less well-known groups is around $30,000 – $60,000.
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#3
Thanks for the info. There are also many useful articles about examples of internal conflict. I have been in education for a long time. And I know what is relevant for students now.
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(06-02-2022, 01:43 PM)JessieStokes Wrote: Thanks for the info. There are also many useful articles about examples of internal conflict. I have been in education for a long time. And I know what is relevant for students now.

I'm also agree with you here. Thanks for your kind words.
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Basketball is one of the most well-known sports in the world, and players enjoy a lot of media and public interest. Basketball, along with soccer and other sports, provides the best perspective for gamer development and career development, making it a highly popular career choice for teenagers who are normally engaged in activities. In contrast to soccer, where fans typically focus their interest on full groups and not so much on single players, basketball players typically enjoy more popularity than their groups in general. In order to reduce academic strain and boost each student's morale, study and exercise should be combined. This will make the subjects more interesting.
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(08-09-2022, 04:06 AM)derricpetersen Wrote: Basketball is one of the most well-known sports in the world, and players enjoy a lot of media and public interest. Basketball, along with soccer and other sports, provides the best perspective for gamer development and career development, making it a highly popular career choice for teenagers who are normally engaged in activities. In contrast to soccer, where fans typically focus their interest on full groups and not so much on single players, basketball players typically enjoy more popularity than their groups in general. In order to reduce academic strain and boost each student's morale, study and exercise should be combined. This will make the subjects more interesting.

I agree. But basketball is not for everyone. You need fast, tall people, and there aren't many of them.

Personally, I used to love playing basketball, even though I'm not very tall.
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