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  • Our children had such a wonderful morning with you this week. The children have all moved forward in their reading and have also been inspired by the PE training.

    Robert Piggott school, Reading

  • Reading FC Community Trust have done a brilliant job in helping my son regain his confidence, motivation and belief in himself.

    Mrs B, Slough

  • Reading FC CT coaches have developed excellent relationships with our pupils and the staff that support the sessions and activities.

    Symon Cooke, Deputy Head – Avenue SEN school

Reading FC Courses

Reading FC Community trust are able to engage with people from the local and surrounding area making a positive impact on their lives – Community Trust logo Care, Develop and Educate

Reading FC Community Trust deliver a number of activities through 4 main pillars of activities which are delivered into the local and surrounding communities in partnership with a number of both national and local groups/organisations and charities – Sports Participation, Education, Social Inclusion/Community Cohesion and Health

  • Sports Participation – through this activity pillar the trust will deliver a number of football and sport sessions both in and out of school curriculum time – After school and lunch time clubs, Soccer schools, Development centres, birthday parties, Premier League Primary Stars and Girls programme
  • Education – Boys and girls 16 – 19 years football programmes through colleges and schools, Princes Trust Team programme [12 week programme for 16 – 18 yrs], Traineeships [15 week programme for 16 – 19 yrs] and a number of educational workshops for participants on targeted courses
  • Social Inclusion/Community Cohesion – delivering Premier League Kicks programme, engaging with young people from targeted areas using football as the main driver, helping to tackle local issues around young people
  • Health – The Trust have secured funding over 3 years with the English Football League Trust [EFLT] in delivering a disability project working with grass root football clubs to make them more inclusive to young people with disabilities, also creating educational opportunities to grass root coaches around the subject of working with young people with disabilities

“The children always seem to be having such a great time at Reading FC Community Trust Soccer Schools. The sessions provide the perfect opportunity to make new friends and improve football skills!”

Jordan Obita (Defender)