Schools & Enterprise

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Saints Community Champions

In November 2015, Saints Foundation launched the Saints Community Champions programme, which has seen us integrate six project officers in staff teams within secondary schools across Southampton, namely Oasis Academy Mayfield, Oasis Academy Lordshill, Woodlands Community College, Redbridge Community School, Cantell School and St George Catholic College. Our ‘Community Champions’ perform two main roles within schools – firstly delivering a range of sporting activities during the school day and in community hours, and secondly providing support to young people who are struggling within mainstream education.
The sky is the limit for where we can go with Saints Community Champions.” Phil Humphreys – Principal, Oasis Academies Mayfield & Lordshill

Premier League Primary Stars 

In October 2016, Saints Foundation launched the Premier League Primary Stars Programme, which specifically aims to increase the knowledge, skills and confidence of teachers, as well as increase young people’s enjoyment , participation and skill in competitive and non-competitive sports and other physical activities in schools across Southampton to help improve the provision of PE and School Sport. The project will use PE, PSHE, Literacy and Numeracy to improve young people’s resilience and emotional wellbeing.

Saints Foundation currently deliver the Primary Stars programme at the following core schools across Southampton – Bassett Green Primary, Harefield Primary, Swaythling Primary, Redbridge Primary, Weston Park Primary, Foundry Lane Primary, St. Patrick’s Catholic Primary, Newlands Primary, Hightown Primary, Valentine Primary, Wordsworth Primary and Thornhill Primary.

 

My confidence has grown so much, I’d even be happy to go into other schools and shout about how brilliant Primary Stars is.” Anna Pink – Primary School Teacher, Hightown Primary School

Premier League Enterprise

Premier League Enterprise is delivered in secondary schools across the city, and uses the business and brand of Southampton Football Club to help improve the attainment of pupils that are underachieving in Maths and English. Taught through a club branded curriculum and workbook, pupils that complete the 12 week programme achieve an accredited OCR Entry Level 3 in Business and Enterprise. In addition, teams from each school take part in the established Premier League  Enterprise Challenge, which this year asks pupils to develop a strategy that encourages fans to spend more time at the stadium on match days, including looking at the commercial opportunities that this could generate.
He not only has improved in lessons, his whole persona around the school has changed. He has become more motivated to succeed.” Charmaine Moth – Behaviour Manager, Chamberlayne College of the Arts