Hi, all the content/cards regarding individual practice and session ideas for ages 5-11 and 12-16 seem to have gone , will this content be available elsewhere ?

I know the boot room has similar content and practical sessions but it would be useful to be able to access the cards as well... can you help

  • Hi all, I share your frustrations but it is important that we hold our nerve as this new platform develops and settles down. Moving to somewhere new and unfamiliar is always difficult until you become better at navigating your way through it. I intend to start a Foundation Phase group so that we can recreate the sense of community that was established on the Hive resource so please be patient and look out for blogs, session ideas and video footage. Pete

  • This project transition hasn't been managed very well. yes hive was a nuisance and needed to change but, It would of been far better, to have kept hive up and running until this new system was fit for purpose. Closing the old system with minimum engagement to the members that used it was always going to be a disaster especially when the content on here is lacking and all the session plans are on a completely different system that we cant even access from here.

  • Daniel, we have to hold our hands up and accept that the transition could and should have been better. This causes coaches to lose faith in us and this can be damaging. We are entering a new period and I hope that we prove over the coming months and years that we are capable of building the trust and confidence that has obviously been dented. Please stay with us. Pete

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  • To be honest I’m not finding it to much of a problem, granted I don’t use all the available resources but I didn’t on Hive either, just having a forum to read other coaches questions and understanding how others see the world of coaching has been enough. 
    I look forward to seeing what else arrives though the only critism I have and it’s not this forum is how long the FA are taking getting to grips with training again and the transition to online learning could be a massive step forward if taken by the horns so to speak