17 June 2024

Community Trust visit The Glebe School

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  • Women and Girls
Community Trust visit The Glebe School

The Community Trust were delighted to visit The Glebe School in Bromley last week.

The secondary school, which is a special education needs school, hosted our community coaches who delivered Girls’ only football sessions to nearly 50 girls.

The sessions, which were led by our female coaches, focused on the basic skills of football, but more importantly promoted having fun, building confidence and making friendships through football.

Andrea Ellis, Head of Women and Girls said “We always enjoy visiting local schools. It is great to get out and about, taking football into the community. Our sessions are fun and inclusive and it has been brilliant to see how much the girls have enjoyed playing football. We would like to thank Jo Brash, Head of PE, and the team at The Glebe for supporting us in delivering these free community taster sessions.”

The Community Trust, delivers PAN Disability Girls’ sessions for girls aged 4 – 15 with the opportunity to play football in a fun and safe environment. Sessions are led by our experienced and dedicated coaches with the aim to cater for anyone with a broad range of additional needs, impairments and health conditions to play together.

These sessions takes place every Saturday between 12pm-1pm with the aim to develop participants to be the best version of themselves. We encourage participants to embrace the benefits of physical activity to aid physical and cognitive development, whilst, and perhaps most importantly, having fun!

Find out more about our our PAN-Disability sessions for girls here.

  • Lead Partner - Women & Girls