in partnership with Deutsche Bank
Sporteducate is a pioneering programme designed by Sported in
partnership with Deutsche Bank to help disadvantaged young people
gain specific educational outcomes through sport.
The programme has been developed to provide 11-18 year olds, who
are at a high risk of exclusion and/or becoming NEET (Not in
Education, Employment or Training), with the extra-curricular
support, skills and focus to stay in school and go on to further
education, training and employment.
Both Sported and Deutsche Bank believe that sport has the power
to inspire young people and nurture values such as ambition, trust
Sporteducate combines playing sport with education as a way of
reaching and engaging young people outside of traditional education
routes. As part of the programme, 33 Sported Member clubs in London
are benefiting from funding, training and management support over a
three-year period to run education and employability activities
alongside their core sports offering. By building on the positive
and supportive environment found in community sport clubs, we aim
to improve the following areas of young people's lives; we call
them the 5 As:
1. Attitudes to learning
2. Attendance at school, college, training or
3. Academic achievement
4. Aspirations for the future
5. Aptitude and employment
Please click here for a map
of all 33 sporteducate clubs.
Sporteducate is a flagship partnership in Deutsche Bank's Born
to Be youth engagement programme, which aims to break the cycle of
youth unemployment through early intervention. For more
information, please click here.