BRSEducation is proud to support and provide opportunities for children and young people in the UK and Internationally to ‘Develop Confidence and individual Talents’. We recognise the need to balance academic support and mental wellbeing and have engaged with local providers to facilitate greater access to sport through club sponsorship and bursarial and scholarship provision into Higher Education.

Sports sponsorship and partnerships

BRSEducation is proud to sponsor the mini and junior sections, in addition to developing the Canterbury RFC ‘Junior Athlete Scheme’ (JAS). The JAS programme supports gifted and talented athletes from the local area with a mentor and support in completing the BTEC Level 2 and 3 Diploma in Sport. BRSEducation recognises there is a link between success in the classroom and on the playing field.
BRSEducation is delighted to support Link Football Coaching with their Football Foundation funding application. Funding has supported Link Football Coaching in purchasing flood lights to enable a greater number of children to participate in evening sessions supporting their football skills development and mental wellbeing.
BRSEducation is delighted to partner with Ghyllpark riding, providing a Pony Club and Forest Skills holiday programme. Developing learning experiences and opportunities for children to enjoy the outdoors and working with ponies. Academic opportunities to study the BTEC Level 2 and 3 Animal Care are also being provided BRSEducation.
BRSEducation is proud to provide bursarial and scholarship provision for local students displaying promising talents in sport wishing to attended Canterbury Christ Church University. This partnership will provide greater opportunities for local students to attend their local University whilst continuing to develop their sporting prowess.

Charity Projects

Over the last 15 years BRSEducaiton has been proud to develop the Ukraine Project building on the work begun by British Humanitarian Aid (Canterbury). The Ukraine Project is organised in conjunction with British Humanitarian Aid; a charity based in Canterbury, Kent. The project began 15 years ago, with the intention to support the development of an impoverished village, while offering a cultural experience for young people from the UK and Ukraine. Emphasis is made on developing a wider cultural understanding, enjoying shared experiences and contributing in a positive way to improving the prospects of those who reside in the village of Makoshino.
To date, there have been 10 summer camps, engaging thousands of Ukrainian and UK children, providing funding for a central venue for social care (Arratta), where children and families can get support and receive essential donations of food and clothing. Equipment has been purchased for the village Kindergarten, Hospital, School, Palace of Culture and Library. This has included toys, kitchen equipment, window repairs, hospital beds, medicines, sports equipment and library books.
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