Boxing Hub to be created at Grange Primary School
Grange Primary School are delighted to team up with Bright Star Boxing Academy to create a boxing hub for pupils. Plans are underway to renovate a former classroom into a boxing area, where pupils at the school will welcome coaches from Bright Star Boxing to receive training and mentoring on a weekly basis.
Founder of Bright Star Boxing Academy, Joe Lockley said; “We’re so pleased to be able to endorse Bright Star Futures alternative education provision at Grange Primary School. The Futures programme has been specifically created to support the most vulnerable young people. This includes those at risk of criminal exploitation, becoming NEET or permanently excluded. Bright Star uses a combination of boxing, education and mentoring to empower young people to take action for their thoughts, feeling and behaviour whilst improving their mental wellbeing and creating achievements of every young person referred to them. We’ve had great success so far, working with hundreds of pupils across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin”.
Charlotte Summers, Headteacher of Grange Primary School commented; “We are excited to welcome Bright Star Boxing Academy to Grange Primary School. It is a fantastic programme that will support some of our most vulnerable pupils through the academies nurturing, tailored curriculum. We at the Grange Primary School are committed to ensuring all our pupils are successful and this will further support our most vulnerable in achieving this”.
Posted by marchesadmin on 18th November 2020, under Uncategorised
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