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.
Home Learning- Online links
Physical Education is an essential part of the curriculum as it offers children the opportunity to achieve with their physical abilities as well as with their academic abilities and is inclusive of all. PE enhances children’s learning as it provides a kinaesthetic and enjoyable approach to learning new and often transferrable skills which is broken down into achievable steps- meaning it can be accessed by all. Children are timetabled to take part in PE two hours a week.
We are proud members of the association for Physical Education. We work in line with their guidance to ensure we are promoting and maintaining high standards and safe practice in all aspects and all levels of physical education, school sport and physical activity.