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Community Sport Links


Small Heath Community Centre


Sports centre with a fitness gym, swimming pool and squash courts. 


Stechford Leisure Centre


Leisure centre with a fitness gym, swimming pool, group fitness classes and table tennis. 


Nechells Well-Being Centre


Leisure centre with indoor hall facility and gym


Pat Benson Boxing Academy

Small Heath Boxing Club became The Pat Benson Boxing Academy in 2011.  

Since then, the Academy has become a charitable organisation, building on the club’s strong history of social value and community cohesion. 

Today, not only does the club continue to attract the country’s brightest boxing talents to its state-of-the-art facilities, it’s a hugely valuable community sports foundation, working with young people to build their confidence, resilience and self-esteem through a variety of sports programmes.


Dream Chasers Youth Club

Dream Chasers Youth Club, a voluntary and non-profit organisation, aims to provide a place where young people can come together to socialise in a friendly, safe and accessible environment. What we do is in our name: imparting the young people to chase their dreams, integrate into a pressured society, and establish themselves as respectable driven members of the community.


Birmingham Youth Sports Academy

Birmingham Youth Sports Academy (BYSA) was established in 2002 as a voluntary organisation and has received funding from a number of organisations in order to offer football coaching to young people aged 6-18.

We currently run two coaching sessions for both boys and Girls. Our boys coaching session is at Small Heath Leisure Centre every Saturday morning from 10:30am – 12:30pm and costs just £2.

Our girls coaching sessions are completely free. They’re held at Saltley Leisure Centre from 11:00am – 12:00pm every Sunday.



Yardley Hockey Club

Small Heath Wellbeing Centre

Muntz Street


B10 9RX

07583 108128


Moseley Cricket Club

Juniors | Moseley Cricket Club

0121 744 5694



External Sport Links

Healthy Active lifestyles 


At Alston Primary School, we believe in fostering a healthy lifestyle that encompasses both physical vitality and mental well-being. Our ethos revolves around cultivating habits that support a balanced, wholesome life for our pupils, laying the foundation for their future success and happiness.

Nourishing the body with wholesome meals is a cornerstone of our approach. Our school provides healthy, balanced lunches crafted to fuel growing bodies and minds. For all children, we emphasise the importance of nutritious snacks, ensuring they have access to foods that support their development and energy levels throughout the day. We integrate essential knowledge across the curriculum, in subjects such as: science, Religious Education (RE), and Personal, Social, Health, and Economic Education (PSHE). Pupils learn about the human body, healthy habits, mental health awareness, and emotional resilience, equipping them with crucial information to make informed choices. By nurturing both physical and mental health, we strive to create an environment where our pupils thrive. We understand the significance of a healthy mind and body in achieving academic success and overall happiness. Our commitment to this ethos extends beyond the classroom, aiming to empower pupils with the tools and understanding to lead fulfilling, healthy lives beyond their school years.

Physical activity is also fundamental to our curriculum. Through engaging Physical Education (PE) lessons, our students not only learn various sports and exercises but also develop essential teamwork and leadership skills. We encourage active participation in sports, dance, and outdoor activities to instil a love of movement and exercise. At our school, we're not just shaping pupils; we're nurturing well-rounded individuals equipped with the knowledge, habits, and resilience to embrace a healthy lifestyle and navigate life's challenges confidently.