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PTC Sports was established in 2013 as a sports coaching service provider. We work with schools across the country to deliver the most current and exciting sports activities. Our programs are not only incredibly fulfilling, but also help children to maintain a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing.
We do this by providing:
Extracurricular activities, including:
It’s wonderful to see children enjoying a sport they’re passionate about. As they get older, we strive to connect them with local sports and gymnastics clubs so that their skills can be developed even further.
At PTC, we aspire to create the best opportunities for children, regardless of their age, gender or status within the community. We provide activities that may not be accessible to everyone outside of school and ensure a fun and safe environment.
Our staff set themselves high standards, ensuring that every attendee is fully engaged with their sessions. They take pride in being qualified in their chosen sports; constantly developing their knowledge so that they can continue to advance the skills of their pupils.
When my business partner and I heard of the franchise opportunities with PTC Sports and what was to be offered, it was an easy decision!
What really set PTC apart from other franchises was the support on offer. They have a more personal approach due to being able to deal with the manager 1-2-1 rather than having information passed through numerous individuals which you find in more corporate companies.
Upon visiting PTC sessions, delivery was of a high standard and professional. This coincided with the good reputation I had heard from neighbouring areas.
Taskin, the director, has played a key role in the start-up of the franchise, setting up marketing strategies to reach new schools, attending and leading our first five appointments and supporting us on a daily basis with admin, coaches and courses.
I cannot wait to see what the future brings for myself and the PTC brand.
(Barking & Dagenham Franchisee)
The annual accolade is given each year to members of the community whom the judges consider have helped make the Borough a great place to live and work. The panel, consisting of local councillors and community leaders, request nominations from residents on whom they feel has offered skills and/or given up their time to help others in the area.
We were nominated for our free fitness sessions for girls as well as our out of school multi-sport holiday clubs. The judges were especially complimentary about the fact that many of the attending young people had gone on to University and become sports coaches themselves.
The ceremony, held at Redbridge Town Hall was hosted by the Borough’s very own ITV Gladiator champion, Weininger Irwin and attended by both civic dignitaries and members of the local community
UK school pupils to learn about mental and physical well–being as part of the new curriculum.
Starting next year (2020) all children in England will be taught how to look after their mental and physical well-being as part of the government’s plan to make health education in all school’s compulsory.
PTC Sports is a keen advocate of the Education Secretary, Damian Hinds, plans to promote the link between mental and physical health for school children of all ages. This is in addition to the introduction of relationship education at primary school level and Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) for secondary age students.
The new programmes are designed to equip young people for ‘modern day living’ and will include teaching children how to look after themselves both mentally and physically. For example, primary school pupils will learn about friendship, spending time outdoors, nutrition and the importance of physical activity.
On the other hand, secondary school students will learn about the impact of drugs and alcohol on their mental status as well as the importance of regular exercise. This comes on the back of a recent government study reporting that almost a third of children in the UK aged 2 to 15 are overweight with younger generations become obese at an earlier age.
The report ‘childhood obesity – a plan of action’ recommended increased physical activity and participating in organised sports and after-school exercise. This, they say, leads to academic improvement. However, this, the report went on to say, can only be achieved with the active involvement of schools and support organisations such as ourselves.
The new compulsory lessons will go some way to addressing the ‘obesity time bomb’ However, it will be up to the schools themselves to decide how they wish to teach the new content both as part of the daily routine or as an extra-curricular activity.
To prepare schools for the new programme, the government has allocated £6m to provide extra resources and teacher training. In addition, the department of education will also provide further support to ‘early adopter’ schools that start teaching the new content from this September (2019)
As an Organisation, we are already working closely with many schools to enable them to fulfil their commitment to these initiatives. We deliver before / after school and holiday clubs. These offer a full range of physical activities such as sport, dance, gym, team games and workout sessions. All aimed, as Education Secretary Damian Hinds says, at preparing young people for the complex world ahead of them.