The Albion Foundation supports pupils on both primary and secondary school sites with various interventions including one-to-one work, in class support and leading on curriculum-based lessons that will engage and enthuse.
They employ a team of Inspire Coaches/Mentors who are based on school sites from one day per week up to five.
As an alternative to traditional school support and intervention, the Inspire staff can respond to individual school and pupil needs.
The numbers behind the Foundation's Inspire Coach work:
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Looked After Children
The Albion Foundation provides support for Looked After Children in both Primary and Secondary schools, with the aim of improving self-esteem and confidence and strives to be a consistent and positive role model to all young people.
The Albion Foundation also runs an out of school hours club specifically for Looked After Children where young people can come and feel comfortable around others in their position while taking part in activities such as arts & crafts and cooking.
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Premier League Enterprise
Premier League Enterprise is a programme that uses football club’s business models to inspire young people to engage more positively in education and to equip them to lead successful lives.
The project strives to increase the aspirations and skills of 11 to 18-year-olds in full-time education who are marginalised or at risk of not achieving their full potential.
Pupils will be provided with as many active learning opportunities as possible, such as team-building exercises, opportunities for role-play, group presentations and putting business concepts into practice.
As part of the programme, pupils will have the opportunity to win match-day tickets, vouchers, signed memorabilia, etc. As part of the programme, pupils will have the opportunity to win match-day tickets, vouchers, signed memorabilia, etc.
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England hopefuls given helping hand23 February 2018
TALENTED young footballers flocked to The FA’s England Talent Day, hosted by The Albion Foundation.
Baggies step out into the community22 February 2018
ALBION players again stepped out into the local community on Tuesday as part of their work alongside The Albion Foundation.
"Meeting the players is a dream come true"21 February 2018
ALBION quartet Sam Field, Kieran Gibbs, Allan Nyom and Boaz Myhill visited Portway Lifestyle Centre to get involved with The Albion Foundation’s Half-Term Disability Camp.