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  • 1. 2 Week Holiday Provision Target Audience & Attendance Year 6 to 7 transition pupils, current Year 7, 8, 9. Average attendance – 23 pupils per day
  • 2. • 100% of participants said they had fun and enjoyed The Albion Foundation & Forge Academy Multi Sports Camp • 95% of participants said they made new friends whilst at The Albion Foundation & Forge Academy Multi Sports Camp • 100% of participants would recommend The Albion Foundation & Forge Academy Multi Sports Camp to friends • 100% of participants would attend another Albion Foundation & Forge Academy Multi Sports Camp • 91 % of participants said they learnt something new whilst at The Albion Foundation Multi Sports Camp & Forge Academy Multi Sports Camp • 100% of participants felt that staff were friendly • 100% of participants felt that staff were helpful • 100% of participants felt inspired by staff.
  • 3. • 'I thought the camp was very fun and I loved the game capture the flag. I had never played it before‘ • 'I had fun and would love to come again‘ • 'I loved winning rounders, this week was cool!‘ • 'I like it because there were some sports I hadn’t played before but I was good at them - I had fun!'
  • 4. “A visual attendance league competition being run across the Academy to help improve whole Academy attendance” • Each year group will select a football league and each form will draw a football team from a hat during assembly, this team will represent the form for the remainder of the year. • Each form will have their weekly attendance percentage decimalised to figure out how many points they have totalled each week. Points will then be accumulated in a league format. • • Each year group has their own league, with a ‘Champions League’ for the 5 forms with the best attendance in the Academy. The forms sitting at the top of the ‘Champions League’ at the end of term will be rewarded. • Rewards include: Match Day Tickets, Ground Tours, Player Visits, Signed Merchandise etc. • Big display board in Hall for pupils to track progress.
  • 5. “A lunchtime music workshop open to all students across the Academy. Students with behavioural issues can be signposted to the workshop. The aim is to decrease incidents occurring during lunchtimes and anti-social behaviour within the Academy. Throughout the year students will be up skilled in the art of DJ’ing and Rapping, further developing their own personal skill set.
  • 6. Total Students Engaged Oct-Dec 13 457 Total Year 7 Total Year 8 Total Year 9 Total Year 10 Total Year 11 Male Female 176 30 89 87 75 278 179
  • 7. “Kicks uses the power and appeal of professional football clubs’ brands to engage young people who may otherwise be difficult to reach” Target Audience - Whole School & Local Community • Engage young people, male and female, in a range of constructive activities. • Increase the playing, coaching and officiating opportunities for participants. • Breakdown barriers between the police and young people. • Reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the targeted neighbourhoods. • Encourage volunteering within projects and throughout the targeted neighbourhoods. • Create routes into education, training and employment • Increase young people’s interest in and connections with the professional game.
  • 8. Total Students Engaged - Oct-Dec 13 108 Male Female 108 0
  • 9. “Students have an opportunity to access discounted tickets for all West Bromwich Albion home Premier League fixtures” Cat B (Southampton, Stoke, West Ham, Norwich, Fulham, Sunderland, Swansea, Crystal Palace, Hull City and Cardiff City) £7.50 Cat A (Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Aston Villa, Tottenham, Arsenal, Newcastle, Manchester United and Everton) £10.00
  • 10. Total Students Engaged - Oct-Dec 13 45 Male Female 20 25 “The dance teacher is really nice, she showed us a routine and I did it in front of all my family”
  • 11. Total Students Engaged - Oct-Dec 13 52 Male Female 52 0 “Futsal is class Sir. I can do loads of skills now”
  • 12. Total Students Engaged - Oct-Dec 13 26 Male Female 26 0 “I love DJ club, it gives me something to look forward too”
  • 13. “To develop a select cohort of male students social and interactive skills whilst ensuring we develop their behaviour and relationships with peers in an effort to improve their school life” • Boot Camp • Giving Back To The School • First Aid • Team Building • Gym Induction • Photography • How To Be A Gentleman • Goals Football • DJing • Graduation