BFCCT Trust has vast experience delivering in early years & primary settings and has worked with all primary schools across Blackpool. We endeavour to support and assist every child in Blackpool and the Fylde Coast to provide a variety of provisions and support.
Premier League Primary Stars helps us support a lot of different needs within primary settings from delivering national curriculum PE lessons to supporting mental health in targeted interventions, healthy lifestyle programmes, and social action. Also, not only do we directly deliver to the pupils, but we also work with teachers to support them in building their confidence and knowledge in PE delivery through our specialists’ team.
We are passionate and care about the development and the future of the children in our town. We assist in their physical literacy, positive mental health, living healthy lifestyles, and awareness of equality and inclusion.
For more information on our Premier League Primary Stars provision please see below, or if you would like us to delivery within your school, please contact us.
Our aim is to support primary school teachers during curriculum PE lessons, to develop their skills, knowledge, and confidence in the subject.
The schools delivery team have a vast amount of experience in delivering a variety of sports and activities, which schools can take advantage of to increase their extra-curricular provision for the benefit of their pupils.
These sessions are to support pupils who require additional support over a minimum of six weeks.
These workshops enable and prepare pupils in creating inclusive cultures. They are designed to empower pupils to be aware of and understand discrimination and educate them on how to be active allies and develop tools to change discriminatory behaviour.
Designed to empower pupils to identify and address social needs. Young people take practical action in service of others to create positive social change that is of benefit to the wider community as well as the young people themselves. (National Youth Agency)
These workshops promote awareness and inspire engagement for pupils to meet clear social or educational goals. Themes will span PSHE, English, or maths related topics to address the needs of the pupils.
This is the longest running competition we host and is a football competition for Year 5 and 6 pupils. All Blackpool primary schools are invited and the winners represent Blackpool in the regional heats to compete for a chance to play in the finals at Wembley.
The Premier League Primary Stars under 11 national girls football tournament is a competition for all year 5 and 6 girls in Blackpool. The winners represent Blackpool in the regional heats to compete for a chance to play in the finals held at a stadium of a premier league club.
Introduced in 2019 to honour arguably Blackpool’s most famous footballer, Jimmy Armfield, the competition aims to give year 3 and 4 pupils an opportunity to play football and learn about Jimmy Armfield's outstanding career.
The free event, which is delivered in partnership with Blackpool’s Lightpool Festival, welcomes year 2 pupils to take part in the unique football experience. Pitches and goals are marked out with special fluorescent tape and teams are equipped with fluorescent bibs, headbands and wristbands ready for matches. The fun starts when the lights go out and players, balls and equipment glow under the UV lights provided by Blackpool Illuminations.