As another school year ends, Lincoln City Foundation want to personally thank all the partner schools we have worked with throughout the academic year as part of our successful Schools Programme. Our ‘thanks’ also extends to the Premier League Communities Trust and the English Football League Trust for their continued support.
Throughout this year the Foundation has worked with over fifty primary and special education needs schools and we feel honoured to have been able to make a positive impact to the lives of so many children across Lincolnshire and beyond. Our delivery team looks forward to continuing these relationships into next academic year and building on the numerous achievements made over the last months. The Foundation are also welcoming new schools to be part of our Schools Programme for next academic year, and we are excited to share our bespoke packages with new partners.
Manraj Sucha, Schools and Coach Development Manager at the Foundation explains; “After a fantastic academic year working with numerous schools we are delighted to launch our new Lincoln City Foundation Schools Programme, which aims to inspire, challenge and deliver high quality provision for schools. Our services are designed to meet the Department for Education (DfE) guidelines for primary school sport funding and we also offer other services and courses that can support pupil premium students and school staff with their PPA time. We feel we can provide something to meet all schools’ individuals needs and requirements”
From next academic year schools working with the Foundation can look forward to children developing and learning skills in a vast range of new activities and initiatives, which includes:
· Mini-bikers balance-ability
· Active yoga / yoga, mindfulness and mental well-being
· Inter-dependence team games
· Tag and invasion games
· Tri-Golf / street golf
A final ‘thank you’ to all our partners who have helped to make our Schools Programme so successful. The Foundation looks forward to continuing to deliver high-quality PE and PSHE education, as well as building positive relationships with children and staff, across next academic year and beyond.