We’re extremely pleased to announce there are now more than 43,000 teachers using the Shuttle Time App to teach badminton to kids in their schools!
The mobile App has grown in popularity with teachers in all of the world since its launched and we have received fantastic feedback from both teachers and individual about how using the App has made life for physical education teachers easier than ever, which in turn improves the kids lifestyle of playing badminton.
The available 19 language versions are: English, Chinese, French, Arabic, Estonian, German, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian. Spanish, Hungarian, Slovak, Persian, Swedish & the new addition is the Dutch language.
We are so pleased to hear such good feedback for our App, and we are looking forward to celebrating 100,000 downloads next!
If you’re not using our Shuttle Time App yet, simply go to your Android or iOS store and search “Shuttle Time” to download for free!
Shuttle Time Promotes Inclusion in Badminton
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 in and out of school – with the goal of making badminton one of the world’s most popular and accessible school sports. Up to today, a
Badminton Revived in Burundi
As part of its development strategy, Badminton Confederation of Africa (BCA) recently worked with the Fédération Burundaise de Badminton (FBB) in reactive badminton activities using the BWF Shuttle Time Schools Programme. A series of Shuttle Time Courses and a training camp were held to revive
Shuttle Time Tours Azerbaijan Regions for First Time
As it is in every corner of the world, due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, schools in Azerbaijan have also been closed in preference of interactive teaching. After rounds of completed vaccination for teachers, now the hybrid model is being implemented and soon, there will be a transition to full-ti
Ghana, First in Africa to Implement Shuttle Time University Course
Badminton Association of Ghana announced on 11 April 2021 that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the University of Education’s (UoE) Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sports (HPERS) Department. The MOU will establish and undertake cooperative programmes in the area
Kiribati students upskill in Fiji to ‘give back’ to their country
Badminton Oceania regional development officer Kumon Tarawa recently delivered Shuttle Time teacher training to 18 i-Kiribati students studying at The University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji. USP was looking for ways to engage its students and local Kiribati communities, who would later tak