Teaching skills for school
If you haven’t had the best start in life, negative influences can make it difficult to change your outlook.
Our partnership with Sported uses sport for development to overcome the obstacles young people from disadvantaged backgrounds face. It provides inspiration, motivation and the skills to negotiate life on and off the field.
How it workssporteducate
combines playing sport with education to provide young people aged 11–18 with the extra curriculum support, skills and focus to stay in school and go on to further education, training and employment.
The programme will support 33 grass roots community sports clubs in London over four years through grants, training and management support. sporteducate
grants will enable clubs to run education activities alongside their core sports offering to help participants stay in school, improve performance and increase their self-esteem.
A six-month pilot of sporteducate
is underway in London with five community sports clubs. Learnings from the pilot will inform the roll-out of the sporteducate
programme to an additional 28 London-based clubs.
Volunteering by Deutsche Bank employees is a core part of the sporteducate
programme. Employee volunteers will support the coaching, mentoring and personal development of participants.