“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.”
The Children’s Health Project is very proud of the work we do in collaboration with both Active Partnerships and Sports Partnerships across the country. We know that they have the expertise and understanding of how to best support the community and schools which they represent. We share the same aim of improving the physical health and mental wellbeing of young people and appreciate that the best way to achieve this is collaborating and fostering long, impactful and meaningful partnerships to bring real and lasting change to the wellbeing of young people.
We are flexible in our approach and offer different solutions depending on the individual needs of the Partnership. One example of a model currently in place is to offer the Project to schools as part of the package of support already in place with the Partnership or at a subsidised rate.
As a Community Interest Company we always aim to support and help the continued growth of the communities we work with. As such we are able to offer financial support to the Partnerships we work along side to ensure they are able to broaden the level of support they in turn can offer.
We would be happy to talk to you about designing a package to suit your needs. We would also come and deliver a short presentation to your schools and answer any questions they might have directly. You can watch our short introductory videos on YouTube for more information: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_R-tjFVhQ8UNjYubRW719A
Active Partnerships we are working with:
School Sports Partnerships we are working with:
Chelmsford SSP – Sara Robson
North Suffolk Sport & Health Partnership – Jeffrey Hoey
West Norwich & Dereham SSP – Rob McCombe
Croydon SSP – Pearl Sethner
Sutton SSP – Katie Miller
Greenwich SSP – Laura Ings (Plumcroft)
South Trafford SSP – Chris Dyson
North Trafford SSP – Kay Statham
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss potential partnership models