We pride ourselves on delivering quality, safe and fun activities for all ages including football and multi- sports camps during school holidays, where young children can take part in social and physical activities to keep them entertained during the school holidays.
During term-time, our schools and PL Primary Stars programme allows us to work with 17 local schools providing PPA cover, afterschool and breakfast clubs, teacher CPD and support and in curriculum PE sessions.
Our football development sessions offer something for everyone, girls and boys, all ages, any ability, whether you’re new to kicking a ball or you want to develop and grow the football skills and knowledge you already have. Our activities range from beginner sessions including ‘Wildcats’ to development sessions for those already playing the game and who may want to progress into our grassroots, Junior Blues’ football teams.
Our PAN disability football programme now has 6 teams both adults and juniors who play in the Birmingham Ability Counts League. This programme is tailored to suits individuals from a training only offer to match fixtures for those who want to compete against other teams.
Over the last 15 years, we have been delivering an education programme for boys aged 16-19 and we are now delighted to have launched, in 2022, the same programmes for girls. Our education programme offers a variety of courses and is unique in that it offers an academic study programme, including coaching sessions and league fixtures each week. Our football and education programme provides high standard tutoring, pastoral support and individual development on and off the pitch with access to additional qualifications to enhance their learning. All of our education courses provide learners with opportunities to progress into a career in sport or to take up higher education including our own degree programmes in Football Business management or Football Coaching and Development .
For those who want to step outside their comfort zone, our NCS programme is the one for you. Working in partnership with NCS Trust and EFL Trust, this programme is designed to challenge young people with activities and tasks which stretch them to work as a team, make new friendships and work together during social action projects to understand and make a difference to their local community.
We are now proud to offer our Premier League Kicks programme 5 nights a week. This flagship inclusion programme has gone from strength to strength and is delivered to young people aged 8- 24 years over 6 venues.
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