Paul joined WWSET in April 2015 following 7 years spent working in both coaching and management positions with AFC Wimbledon’s Foundation and Academy.
Having worked his way up from a casual community coach, Paul’s final 3 years with AFC Wimbledon were spent in the role of Operations Manager within the Foundation. This period allowed Paul to gain significant experience in leading a successful community scheme on a day to day basis.
In his spare time, Paul enjoys “trying” to play golf, as well as skiing and snowboarding as often as possible.
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Sam was the standout candidate during the recruitment process and has all the necessary attributes to be a real asset not just to our team, but to the community of High Wycombe as a whole.
Sam’s role is to maximise WWSET’s physical and mental health-related offerings and to develop, manage and deliver numerous new activities and partnerships all of which will aim to improve health levels within the local community.
As a graduate of Bournemouth University where Sam studied a degree in Sports Development and Coaching Sciences, coupled with her employment experience in both County Sports Partnerships and National Governing Bodies for Sport (working in roles such as Sports Development Officer for ‘Get Berkshire Active’ as well as time employed by a local authority in the role of Project Officer for an initiative called ‘Active Together’),
She has a specific interest in helping people from all walks of life to get more active and healthy and also loves spending time with family and friends, playing various sports.
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Kirk joined the Football in the Community Programme, as WWSET was previously known, way back in 1998. Initially involved in a work experience capacity, over the years Kirk developed into various other roles and is now head of the very successful Elite & Development Centre’s that WWSET operate.
Kirk has a relentless passion for coaching and developing young footballers and his vast experience has assisted him in developing his coaching skills to an extremely high level. Kirk is also very passionate about continuous learning and has completed his UEFA A-Licence coaching certificate.
Away from the office and training pitch, Kirk enjoys spending time with his young family and spending as much time as possible on the golf course.
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Originally from High Wycombe, Mark has been teaching for 12 years. After graduating from university Mark worked with Wycombe Wanderers Football In The Community for a year before moving on to his teacher training at the University of Reading.
From there Mark moved to Barnet where he has been teaching for the last 10 years. During his teaching career Mark has taught all subjects across the curriculum and developed many areas of school life.
During his time in Barnet, he established links with Barnet Football Club and set up a successful football and education academy. In his spare time, Mark runs a local boys football team and is a season ticket holder at WWFC.
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Andrew joined the WWSET team in April 2015 as Lead Delivery Officer and quickly improved the quality of our coaches delivery through a programme of detailed training. Following on from the departure of the previous Activity Programme Manager in October 2015 Andrew was promoted and now leads the department which encompasses all our community coaching activities such as schools work and holiday courses.
An extremely likeable character, Andrew is able to use his passion for football to engage with various stakeholders and increase WWSET’s levels of delivery to ensure that as many local people as possible are participating in sport and reaping the benefits that sport can offer.
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Lewis has become a full time member of WWSET staff in the role of Elite & Development Academy (“EDA”) Officer and will primarily be involved with coaching at the academy plus increasing our football offering to females in High Wycombe and the surrounding areas.
Lewis began coaching with WWSET at the EDA in June 2015 working with the u8’s throughout the season. Due to his dedication to the role, fantastic coaching skills, his excellent rapport with parents, and the positive relationships he has built with the children he coaches, when a full-time position became available Lewis was the outstanding candidate.
Lewis is currently an FA Level 2 qualified coach and will be continuing his personal development by undertaking the FA Youth Module 3 in October 2016 as well as undertaking the UEFA B Coaching licence early in 2017.
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Charlie is one of our WWSET Delivery Officers and will be responsible for delivering high-quality sessions out in the community via the WWSET Activity Programme & EDA.
Charlie is in his second spell of employment with WWSET, having worked for us part-time from 2014 to 2016, before leaving us to expand his knowledge at other clubs such as Reading FC & Chelsea.
Charlie will soon be completing his UEFA B Coaching License and, with all the knowledge he has picked up from his many years of coaching, will be a huge asset to the WWSET Delivery Team.
Outside of work, Charlie is a player/coach for his local side Woodley United.
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Ashley joined WWSET as a casual community coach in 2014 while completing his FA Level 2.
After gaining valuable experience in the after school club and holiday camp setting he pushed to expand his knowledge at the university level. On the completion of his degree in Sports Coaching, Ashley took on a full time role with WWSET in the summer of 2019.
He has since worked closely with a number of schools in the area, and within WWSET’s Elite Development Academy, providing young players with exceptional learning experiences through his sessions. Bringing high levels of enthusiasm and work ethic, Ashley has the desire to further expand his expertise and complete his UEFA B licence in the near future.
Outside of work Ashley enjoys spending time with his family and friends, traveling the world and playing a number of sports including table tennis and American football.
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Adam Morris is the WWSET Premier League Programmes Manager in charge of our Premier League Primary Stars and Premier League Girls offerings.
Adam is in his second spell of employment with WWSET having previously worked for us from 2007 to 2013 before leaving to work for the FA as a Skills Coach. Since 2017 Adam has worked full time as a PE & Sports Specialist in a local school.
All Adams previous posts have allowed him to develop a fantastic reputation in the Wycombe & Aylesbury areas for his excellent coaching and teaching skills plus his dedication to developing young players and people.
Adam is soon to be completing his “UEFA B Coaching Licence” and already holds the “FA Youth Award” and the Association for Physical Education level 3 award in “Supporting the Delivery of PE & School Sport”.
Away from work Adam enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf and also plays football for Chalfont St Peter AFC in the Bostik/Ryman league.
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Clare Bassett is the Female officer for WWSET leading the Premier League Girls Programme.
Clare started out as a Primary School Sports Coach before undertaking a football and development degree at the University of South Wales. Since then she has been a casual coach for Cardiff City FC Foundation and Reading FC Community trust.
Having studied in Wales, Clare holds her FAW C licenses, FAW Goalkeeping award, and NVQ level 3 in delivering PE and School Sport.
Away from football Clare enjoys surfing and camping with her partner.
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Aqeel joined the Community Trust team in 2006, and at that time he was the only diversity officer in the country working for a professional football club.
Aqeel came from a background of working in the youth service for many years, delivering projects in High Wycombe. A very keen sportsman, who developed a love of football from an early age, being employed by the club was a dream.
Having studied Business Management at university, Aqeel was able to adapt to the demands of the role quickly and was very successful in post.
Aqeel loves spending time with family and friends, playing and watching sports, and keeping fit and healthy. His hobbies are travelling, meeting people, and eating!
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Jack is one of WWSET’s Delivery Officer apprentices. His role is to promote and deliver fun and engaging sessions on WWSET’s Activity Programme and he is also part of our Elite Development Academy team.
Jack has completed his FA Level One coaching badge and is currently working towards his level two qualification.
Jack already has a few years of coaching experience under his belt, helping out with his local club, Chalfont St Peter AFC, coaching U6’s up to U10’s. He’s also previously done work experience for Wycombe Wanderers in their media team.
Jack is someone who always wants to learn and improve, and wants to help others to learn, improve and have fun as part of WWSET activities.
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I joined WWSET at the beginning of September 2019 where I had previously been coaching in Aylesbury for Hercules Sport for almost 2 years. I am also still involved in coaching youth football where I have been manager for 2 years with the u11s at Aylesbury Vale Dynamos.
I’m currently an FA level 2 qualified coach alongside activator awards in Handball and Rugby. In the future I’m hoping to progress by starting the process of the UEFA B licence.
Outside of work I’m an avid follower of Chesham United where I am, as of November 2019, the Vice-Chairman of the Chesham United Supporters Trust.
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William joined the WWSET team at the start of September 2019 as a Apprentice Community Coach where he primarily focuses on delivering sessions as a part of WWSET’s Activity Programme as well as being part of the Elite Development Academy coaching team.
He is currently working towards his FA level 1 coaching badge and is keen to start his FA level 2 soon after. William is experienced in coaching youth football in his local community and is hoping to expand his knowledge of coaching and develop his ability to share this knowledge throughout his apprenticeship.
Away from WWSET, William is a keen musician who plays numerous instruments, and also enjoys watching and supporting Wycombe Wanderers FC.
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