Our Key Aim:
“Inspire and engage young people aged 11-19 through the power of football and the BAFC brand.”
The Heath and Inclusion department’s aim is to provide programmes that can have a positive impact on the health agenda within the Burton and surrounding areas. We want to use BAFC, our staff and our stadium as a vehicle to help create a healthier local community.
Through our Kicks project, our aim is to help provide opportunities to individuals from 11-19 years to participate in free football and Multi-Sport sessions whilst using the brand of Burton Albion Football Club. All staff aim to engage, inspire and educate all individuals of mixed abilities and ages.
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|Project Name & Brief Description||Sessions Held (where & when?)|
|Kicks – Street based intervention programme, recreational multisport hosted at various green spaces across East Staffordshire in the evenings.|
|Kicks Dance – Fun dance class for all abilities, practising different dance styles to a wide variety of music every week||Queen Street Community Centre – Friday Night – 4pm – 6.30pm|
|Police Cadets – The service aims to try and give advantages to young people from challenging backgrounds, to try and become responsible citizens. They do a variety of workshops and classes on valuable life skills.||Community Hub – Tuesday Nights – 6-9pm|
|Safer Communities Kicks League – The Safer Community Premier League Kicks League takes place at the new Burton Albion Community Football Centre on Saturday nights and has seen an impressive rise in attendance from youngsters aged 11-19.||Burton Albion Community Football Centre 3G – Saturday Nights – 6-8pm|
|Girls Only Youth Club – Female only youth club, for anyone aged 8 years and over, each week there is a different craft activity and physical activity session for the girls to enjoy.||Queen Street Community Centre – Wednesday Night – 5pm-7pm|
|Junior Disability – Disability Youth Club running weekly every Monday night £2 per session, Parents/carers and siblings are also welcome to attend if they wish. One to one care cannot be provided. Each week the children are provided with an environment that allows them to be safe and develop their social and life skills, building their independence and self-confidence.||Community Hub – Monday Night – 6pm-8pm|
|Adult Disability – Open to anyone aged 16 years and over join us at the hub to make new friends and take part in fun Inclusive physical and social activities. All abilities are welcome to join in the activities or have a chat with our staff over tea and coffee.||Community Hub – Friday – 9.30am-11.30am|
|Aiming High Multi-Sport Camps – Fun multi-skills half term holiday camp for disabled participants, delivered at the football club. A mix of sporting and social activity available.||Half Terms – Dates & Times Vary|