Programmes Age 0-11

Activities Age 0-11

BFCCT Wildcats

Blackpool FC Community Trust are delighted to announce the launch of the FA Weetabix Wildcats girls’ football sessions for girls aged 5-11. FA Wildcats sessions are designed to be an introduction to football for many but also act as an extra training session for those girls who already play football. Girls of all abilities are more than welcome.

Tiny Tangerines

Community football sessions for children, aimed at increasing confidence, coordination and football skills for young children whilst giving them the opportunity to engage with others.

Fit2Go

Six-week programme aimed to encourage children in Blackpool to live a healthy lifestyle and take part in regular physical activity.

Winter Warm up Hubs

With financial support from Blackpool Council and Simon Sadler’s Segantii Capital Management, we will be opening up the doors to Bloomfield Road and operating Warm-Up Hubs to provide families and those socially isolated and vulnerable with a place to keep warm, socialise and have access to free WiFi, coffee, biscuits and hot food.

Unstoppable

This PSHE Year 6 programme focuses on supporting young people with difficult life topics, including mental health, knife crime, relationships, and the transition to high school.

Premier League Primary Stars

Our Premier League Primary Stars programme is offered to all Blackpool primary schools. The programme aims to provide school staff with support in their teaching of Physical Education as well as increasing the attainment levels of pupils within Maths and English.

Holiday Activities and Food

The Department for Education fund our Holiday Activities and Food offer which takes a targeted approach to support children in Blackpool who receive free school meals.

Holiday Camps

During the school holidays we deliver multi sports, football and inclusion camps that provide a fun, friendly and secure environment. Children can socialise and participate in sports and other activities.

Disability Sessions

We deliver disability specific lunch and after school physical activity sessions that are tailored for each school and pupils needs. We use multi skills activities, interactive games, additional sports and arts and crafts.

Premier League Kicks

Diversionary fun activities for young people to meet new friends and stay active. These activities include Football, Dance, Boxing, gaming, workshops, national competitions with other football clubs.

Tower Above

1:1 mentoring for children using sport and physical activity as a vehicle to engage. The aim is to prevent young people being involved in anti-social behaviour.