What is the ProKick Schools Challenge?
Run by former professional footballers, the ProKick Schools Challenge is an exciting and successful FREE fundraising event for schools nationwide.
Children take turns to kick a football into a giant goal with technology enabling the speed of the kick to be measured. The event is a fantastic way to raise funds for both your school and charity, as Sports Connections Foundation makes a large donation to each participating school.
Every child gets the chance to win medals and exclusive footballs.
Why should your school get involved?
The event is designed to teach children about global citizenship and can also be used as a tool to tackle relevant topics like bullying, healthy lifestyles and other important, key social and health related issues that children face.
The ProKick Schools Challenge is a headache free event for staff and teachers as there is no admin involved. We take care of everything and the teachers enjoy it just as much as the kids!
Where and when is it held?
The ProKick Schools Challenge can take place in any school in the UK, all year round, indoors or out.
The date of the event is chosen by you and fits superbly into your school curriculum.
To find out more about the ProKick Schools Challenge, please contact us.
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Jeff surprises the pupils
Our newest Ambassador Jeff Brazier made a surprise visit to cheer on the pupils of Great Berry
Wembley Mascot Winners
The pupils of Sundon Lower School had a surprise visit from our former England U21 international player Scott Oakes.
Scott went in to inform the school, that one of their lucky pupils that had won the England mascot prize for the England v San Marino World Cup qualifier.
Congratulations also goes to Lauren who attends St Michael's Primary School. Lauren was given the amazing news when former Lincoln City player Leon Mettam visited her school to announce the winner.
On Friday, chauffeur driven executive cars took them with their parents down to Wembley, where they were given access to the changing rooms and behind the scenes, before meeting the players in the tunnel and walking out onto the famous pitch to a standing ovation of cheering fans. The staff of The FA treated them like VIP's to make sure the whole occasion was an experience Nathan and Lauren will treasure forever.
This couldnt have been made possible without our continued partnership with Coaching for Hope www.coachingforhope.org and the generosity of The FA www.thefa.com
Lauren steps out