The KT12 Football community facilitated football project based at Walton Oak School. The project provides opportunities for children and young people to participate in regular sporting activity resulting in a range of benefits which have an impact on behaviours and skills by providing positive outlets for young people.

Firmly established within the community, the project has become well known and trusted by the families. Young people recommend the project to their peers and, as a consequence, numbers attending the sessions have grown week on week. Out of school sessions incorporate football skills and drills, match competition as well as healthy eating and wellbeing advice. Some 120 young people have attended sessions over a 12-month period.

The project has had a significant impact on the community and played a key role in developing confidence, self-esteem, value and purpose in young people who then, with these qualities, go on to participate and contribute to society in a much more engaging way.

The High Sheriff emphasised that HSYA were pleased to have been able to continue their support of such an impressive project which clearly delivers real benefit for many young people.

KT12 Football Project

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Past Awards 2018-2019

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