Physical activity resumes as Foundation return to local primary schools!
It’s been a long wait, but AFC Fylde Community Foundation has finally gone back to school!
The charitable arm of AFC Fylde is well known for the popular curriculum and extra-curricular sports sessions it delivers in in local primary schools. Due to the coronavirus pandemic they have been unable to take place for 171 days. But the good news is, they’re back!
Working with the local schools to ensure risk assessments and safety procedures are in place and given top priority, the Foundation is prepared and ready to resume the physical education provision and deliver a range of sports and games throughout the local schools from the beginning of the new school year.
AFC Fylde Community Foundation understands the importance of children maintaining a healthy lifestyle and recognise that it is vital they continue to take part in sports and games after what has been a challenging few months for the whole community.
Foundation Physical Activity Officer Daniel Crofts is delighted the organisation can return to local primary schools. He said: “Engaging with local children is a key part of our work. The coaches take great pride in supporting local schools and delivering a range of sports.
“After what feels like such a long time away, me and the rest of the team are happy to be returning. I’m incredibly excited to get back doing what we love and to get the new academic year underway in our partnership schools.”
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