A non-profit organisation using the power of sport and play to educate, engage and inspire young people to achieve their potential. It’s amazing what we can do when we’re having fun!
What we do
We are a unique organisation, working within schools, community organisations and sports clubs. We are unique because we run bespoke emotional well-being programmes using the principles of sport, play and physical activity to address issues that children and young people (CYP) face.
Not all CYP are the same, and neither are their experiences. Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can have a significant impact on a CYP’s development and their subsequent opportunities in life.
How we can help
The programmes we offer all look to develop a young person’s soft skills such as resilience and self-esteem through engagement in sport and/or play. However, not every person is the same, and not every young person reacts to their adversity in the same way.
Our bespoke programmes focus on three main areas:
“Your programme was clearly carefully planned, resourced and staffed, which ensured a great outcome for young people and their parents/carers. I thought your evaluations were thoughtfully done too, showing that you looked carefully at different aspects of the programme, both qualitative and quantitative. Your activities seemed really inventive and engaging.”Anne SlaterHead of Chinbrook Action Residents’ Team, Big Local
“This was a wonderful Summer Scheme and after a year where students’ academic, emotional, physical and social development was severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, it was so important to give them more opportunities to learn and play with their friends”Reema ReidHeadteacher, Hollydale Primary School
“The students developed emotional intelligence, which some were finding difficult prior to the course. It also helped to improve relationships with peers and staff and enabled them to listen more to other people's point of view. Students looked forward these sessions and were keen to participate, which resulted in attendance being higher.”Sarah GordonInterim Assistant Head, Bromley Beacon Academy, Orpington