Strive PE and Sport Medway

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Welcome to Strive PE and Sport

A ‘Teacher Led Organisation’ that specialises in primary/secondary school provision, SEND sport & activity provision and holiday multi-activity camps.

  • They lead successful holiday camp provisions for SEND children
  • Lead children’s holiday multi-activity camp at state of the art venue, Brompton Academy meaning, can offer both sport and alternative activities. Children can choose their activities!
  • Support primary and secondary school PE and Sport offering breakfast, lunch, PE lessons, after school clubs/wraparound provision, mentoring programme, teacher training (coaching approach) CPD and curriculum consultation.
  • Support local sport clubs by guiding young people to clubs to further develop their passion for sport.
  • Partnered with Medway Council to support holiday provisions as part of the HAF programme (supporting disadvantaged families).
  • Work alongside different charities including Laurence Plummer Foundation & 21 Together Down’s syndrome Charity.

New Holiday Multi-Activity venues:

Gillingham – Brompton Academy, Marlborough Rd, Gillingham ME7 5HT

Rainham – Rainham Mark Grammar School, Pump Ln, Rainham, Gillingham ME8 7AJ

Strood – Strood Academy, Carnation Road, Carnation Rd, Rochester ME2 2SX

Half Term Dates:

Brompton Academy – Tuesday 28th May to Friday 31st May 2024

Rainham Mark – Tuesday 28th May to Thursday 30th May 2024

Strood Academy – NEW VENUE – Tuesday 28th May and Wednesday 29th May 2024

Note: Bank Holiday Monday 27th May 2024

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Visit Strive PE and Sport to find out prices and more information.

Strives mission is to provide young people and adults within our community inclusive activities and opportunities to succeed. Improving confidence, health, social skills, and physical development. Work collaboratively with there partners, providers & clinical experts to create the best experience and aspirations.  

 

3 Strands

This will be achieved through three ‘Strive to be’ strands these including:

·         Strive to be yourself – to inspire confidence in vulnerable groups facing barriers to success. Empowering disadvantaged families, adults and young people with SEND and children in care through sensory activities, enrichment and sport.

·         Strive to be better – to provide one to one/group coaching to young people and adults. Setting and achieving new personal goals, building new skills, healthier habits and achieve balance. Improving mental health by developing coping mechanisms and resilience.

·         Strive to be healthy – to support physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual well-being of people through physical activity, nutrition and healthy habits.

Strive to be CIC will benefit:

Young people:

with SEND and disadvantaged.

with mental health issues – support with lack of confidence/low self-esteem.

who are under achieving.

who need support with career guidance – find direction and purpose.

with obesity.

Community:

  • Community sessions – young people and adults to support physical and mental health.
  • Community to have more happier and healthier young people – reduce pressure on the NHS, key services.
  • Community by keeping children of the streets and engaged in community activities.
  • Primary & Secondary Schools
  • Youth Services
  • Local businesses
  • Local Authority