Playing a sport helps children and young people develop social skills which would benefit them even when they grow older.
Allowing children to participate in outdoor extracurricular activities, such as sports, helps them explore and develop skills which are considered beneficial throughout their lives. By participating in sports, children are exposed to various mental, social, emotional, physical and educational benefits.
Our project aims to deliver the following outcomes for our beneficiaries:
- Build and develop resilience to challenging circumstances
- Improve engagement in learning
- Improve emotional and physical health and well being
- Develop talent
- Improve social skills and provide opportunities to make new friendships
- Improve behaviour and reduce anti social and offending behaviour
- Create positive relationships with adults
- Greater community engagement and a sense of belonging.