Schools Sports Coaching
We work hard to raise aspirations through our Schools Sports Coaching programme using the power of sport and the Boston United Football Club brand…
Located in Boston, United in the Community is one of the most-respected and biggest sports coaching providers in Lincolnshire, offering a variety of sports and coaching to schools. We provide a variety of coaching options to suit the needs of your school, including PPA Cover, After School Clubs, Lunchtime Clubs and Cheerleading, all delivered within the curriculum by our fully-qualified coaches.
We also work with a number of primary and secondary schools to provide PPA Cover. This programme has a designed structured – providing professional and sustainable solutions to PPA, helping to enrich and extend the schools curriculum in physical education. We follow our own scheme of work, following the National Curriculum and Val Sabin guidelines and the QCA – covering games which are part of PE curriculum, including invasion games, striking and fielding games, net games, and athletics.
During the last academic year United in the Community has worked in over 45 schools in the local area delivering a comprehensive range of programmes to over 3,000 different pupils. All United in the Community staff are First Aid trained and have full CRB clearance.
We offer a variety of sessions and services through our Schools Sports Coaching programme, including:
- Boston United Sports College – for 16 to 19 year olds
- PPA Cover
- After School Clubs – including multi sports and football sports coaching
- Breakfast Clubs
- Lunchtime Clubs
- Sports Day Events
- Sport Coaching workshop for Teachers (CPD)
- Mentoring Programme
- School Team Training and Tournament Provision
- Fundraising within Schools
- Educational Stadium Visits
- Pilgrims Schools Cup
We are also offering Schools the opportunity to have a variety of FREE TASTER SESSIONS.
For more information, please visit the other pages in our Schools Sports Coaching section, email email@example.com or call (01205) 311655 to speak with a member of the Schools Sports Coaching team.