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School Clubs

As part of their Premier League Primary Stars Programme, The Albion Foundation are able to offer a host of 'out of hours' sessions to children in each primary school age group.

These sessions come in the form of breakfast clubs, lunch time clubs, or after school sessions.

The after school club activities enhance the schools' extra school curriculum offer, by offering fun and skill based activities in a fun, safe and progressive environment.

Children can be given an opportunity to participate in football, cricket, athletics, basketball, dodgeball, rounders, tri-golf, gymnastics and dance, and where possible, The Foundation will supply specialist coaches in these sports.

All coaches will have a minimum of a Level 2 in one sport, and at least one other Level 1 NGB.

We cater for all abilities and encourage any child to access these sessions by speaking to their school.

For more information, please email dave.lawrence@albionfoundation.co.uk

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