21 Dec WELCOME CLARE & ADAM
we would like to introduce two new members of our team –
Adam Morris who will be manager of the Premier League Primary Stars programme andClare Basset who will manage the Premier League Girls programme.
Premier League Primary Stars Programme (PLPS) is the Premier League’s flagship schools programme, which aims to engage all primary schools in England and Wales.
The PLPS programme complements the existing delivery provided by professional football clubs by mentoring pupils and school staff. The programme offers a range of bespoke curriculum-linked teaching resources aimed at Key Stages 1 and 2, including lesson plans, activity ideas, work sheets and video content, in order to improve the children’s literacy, numeracy and PSHE skills, while enhancing the teachers’ PE delivery.
Throughout the day, as well as providing bespoke classroom support for pupils and a detailed 10-week mentoring programme for teachers, our Primary Stars team delivers a lunch time and after-school club for under-represented groups (girls/pupil premium etc.).
To find out how the WWSET Primary Stars team can enhance both your pupils’ and teachers’ experiences of school, please contact Adam on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Premier League Girls programme is delivered in partnership with The Football Association (“The FA”), the programme aims to provide more opportunities for females aged 11+ to participate in football, and more specifically has two primary objectives:
- To increase the number of women and girls playing football on a regular basis.
- To increase the opportunities for women and girls to develop skills and confidence and progress within the football pathway as a player, coach or official.
As part of our Premier League Girls Football Programme WWSET deliver a varied array of FREE sessions that will look to engage with:
- Adult women who have either never, or are no longer, playing football;
- Young females from Black & Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds;
- Young females who suffer from various physical and mental disabilities;
- Local girls whose schools don’t offer football as an easily accessible activity;
- Local ladies who have a desire to get and/or stay fit.
All of the above activities seek to break down traditional participation barriers and all sessions are centered on providing a fun, safe and relaxed environment for all participants involved.
Furthermore, many of the sessions are delivered using football in a non-traditional format, with sessions such as “walking football, “soccer circuits”, “futsal” and “football rounder’s” all being offered.
Please contact Clare (email@example.com 01494 455736) for more information.