In 2012 BWF launched Shuttle Time to the world. A schools badminton programme supporting the principle that children should lead a healthy and active life, both in and out of school. BWF’s goal is to make badminton one of the world’s most popular and accessible school sports.

Shuttle Time offers school teachers access to free resources, training and equipment, which support the teaching of enjoyable, safe and inclusive badminton activities to children aged 5-15 years old. Shuttle Time lessons are designed to provide children with a positive image of badminton through many opportunities to have fun, engage with others and experience success.

Shuttle Time is currently being implemented in more than 140 countries in partnership with BWF’s Continental Confederations and Member Associations.

Since its launch in 2012 the Shuttle Time programme has expanded considerably. Click here to view an overview of the resources that make up the programme.

BWF have created various resources to support National Badminton Associations who wish to implement Shuttle Time in schools. Resources available for National Badminton Associations include:

Implementation Guidelines – Used by Badminton Associations to plan and implement Shuttle Time nationally.

Shuttle Time Overview – Provides an overview of the Shuttle Time programme.

Shuttle Time Leaflets – Provides an overview of the Shuttle Time programme for promotional purposes.

Shuttle Time Country Logo Guidelines – Provides an guide for Badminton Associations to use the Shuttle Time country logo for promotional purposes.

Shuttle Time Best Practice – Showcase 20 best practices which provide an insight into the creative and innovative ways that the Shuttle Time programme is being utilised by BWF, Continental Confederations, Member Associations and international partners to meet their
particular badminton and social development goals.