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  • 13/04/23

    Boys Move 2022-23

    Boys Move is a professional development programme run by the Youth Sport Trust using sport to address the mental health and wellbeing of adolescent boys and engaging them with learning. The vision of the programme is to support working class boys to increase their physical activity, improve...
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  • 09/03/23

    Biggest Ever Football Session 2023

    On the 8th March, the King Edward Aston Partnership hosted The Biggest Ever Football Session for primary and secondary girls across the partnership. This is a national programme run by the Football Association and the Youth Sport Trust to lobby for equal access to football for girls during curr...
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  • 16/02/23

    Prince Albert High Win Futsal Title

    Our last event of term 3 took place on Thursday night. The Year 7 Boys Fustal competition was a new addition to our calendar. All the boys who took part showed great skill and determination. We were really impressed by the respect shown by all the players towards their opponents. In a tight contest...
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  • 07/02/23

    Aston Manor win Para Athletics County Title

    February saw the County Para athletics final take place at the Doug Ellis Sports Centre. Schools from across Birmingham took part in a range of running, jumping and throwing events. The standard of competition and resilience of all the athletes was extremely impressive by all the young people who to...
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  • 03/02/23

    Active in Mind Training for Year 9/10 Students

    Stidents from the King Edward Aston, Central and ArchBishop Illsley partnerships attended our Active in Mind Training this week. This training focused on wellbeing and mental health for young people. We really enjoyed our day discussing factors influencing wellbeing, looking at strategies to improve...
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  • 01/02/23

    Young Leaders Access Go Lead Project

    KESSP has launched its GO Lead programme alongside the central partnership this year. The project is supported by the Youth Sport Trust and England Football and seeks to train secondary girls in Year 8-9 to become football activators in the schools. 70 girls completed the training this week, disp...
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  • 28/01/23

    Year 7 Students Earn Bronze Sports Leaders Badges through the Steps to Success Programme

    January saw the return of our Steps to Success Leadership programme with year 7 students from across the city of Birmingham. Young people completed 4 workshops to the morning, focused on physical, social and emotional wellbeing as well as Eco-Friendly training.
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  • 21/01/23

    King Edward Handsworth Girls Take County Dance Title

    The first county pathway event took place this week at the Hippodrome in Birmingham. This is always a tightly contested event, with talented dancers from across Birmingham taking to the stage and performing in a range of Dance styles. The secondary event saw an outstanding performance from King Edwa...
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  • 20/01/23

    King Edward Aston and Broadway Athletes Qualify for County Finals

    Our last secondary sports hall athletics event took place on Thursday 19th January, with year 7 boys and year 8 boys competing against each other to achieve qualification to the county finals. All the events were very keenly contested and the scores were very close at the end. A big thank you to...
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  • 19/01/23

    Aston Manor Storm to Athletics Success

    January sees the start of the sports hall athletics season with young people in year 7 and 8 across the partnership competing for a place in the county finals in March at the University of Birmingham. This year's girls event was hosted at Broadway Academy - many thanks to the school and their...
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  • 18/12/22

    Girls Football Motivations Research

      Over the course of the Autumn term, we have been gathering your views on why you play football and what motivates you. A big thanks to all the girls we spoke to at our recent events - your feedback is really useful to allow us to shape events that align with your motivations for taking par...
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  • 13/11/22

    St Paul's Girls Win Talent Title

    November saw the very first Talent Competition at Sutton Town Hall. Schools from across the KESSP, Wilson Stuart and Central partnerships came together to perform their acts. The standard of the event was extremely high, and the judges were blown away with the talent on show. The difference between...
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