Chance to Shine is a national charity that aims to give all children the opportunity to play and learn through cricket. The charity believes that all children have the right to play sport and that cricket can help to develop their personal, social and physical skills.
Chance to Shine works in schools to provide children with a brilliant first experience of cricket. They work with the 39 County Cricket Boards across England and Wales to send specialist coaches into schools, once a week for six weeks, to support cricket coaching.
Coach Core is a programme run by the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Duke and Duchess of Sussex and was established in 2012.
It is an apprenticeship programme improving the availability and quality of sports coaching, whilst creating much needed employment for young people. Coach Core increases confidence and enables the young people to have more belief in their ability to achieve in the future.
The Coach Core programme offers a range of qualifications, along with its unique combination of learning through employment and the classroom, supported by high-quality mentoring. The focus is on ensuring trainees progress rapidly and have the skills to operate in a professional capacity in whichever career path they choose.
YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity fighting for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges.
Since YoungMinds was established, there has been a much needed shift in the conversation around mental health and vitally, the crisis in children and young people’s mental health is now widely recognised. Yet, for those who need it, help is still much too difﬁcult to ﬁnd: 84% of parents of children with mental health problems told us they ﬁnd it difﬁcult to get help for their child, and 76% said their child’s mental health deteriorated while waiting for support from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
They are here to break down the barriers to ﬁnding support, and to make sure children and young people have the resilience to overcome life’s difﬁculties. They are there for parents when they have nowhere else to turn, they empower professionals on the front-line of the mental health crisis, and give children and young people a stronger voice in their future.
East Point Academy
Forest Heath Sports Partnership
Norwich School Sport Partnership
South Cambs SSP
West Norwich and Dereham School Sport Partnership
London and South East
Ascot and Maidenhead School Sport Partnership
Croydon School Sport Partnership
Featherstone School Sport Partnership
Get Berkshire Active
Hayesbrook SGO/Kent SSP
London PE and School Sports Network
London Youth Games Foundation
Mid Sussex Active
New Forest School Sport Partnership (NFSSP)
Oxford City Council Sport and Physical Activity Team
Portsmouth School Sport Partnership
School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences at Solent University
Sheppey and Sittingbourne School Sport Partnership
Slough School Sport Network (SSSN)
South Bucks School Sport Partnership
South Hillingdon School Sport Network (SHSSN)
Sutton School Sport Partnership
Waltham Forest Schools Sport Network (WFSSN)
West Berkshire School Sport Network
West Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership
West Sussex School Sport Partnership
Willow Tree School Sport Partnership
Future Active Enterprise Ltd
Rural Derbyshire SSP
South Derbyshire Active Schools Partnerships
South Solihull School Sport Partnership
Active School Consultants
Active Schools Leeds
Club Doncaster Foundation
Darlington Mowden Park
Harrogate School Sports Partnership
Inspiring Healthy Lifestyles
Leeds Rhinos Foundation
LINKS School Sport Partnership
NY Inclusive SSP
Public Health Warrington
South West North
Bristol Primary Teaching School Alliance
Chippenham Partnership of Schools
Wiltshire and Swindon Sport (WASP)
South West South
Okehampton Community Recreation Association (OCRA)