These roles offer exciting opportunities and the chance to be part of Abbeyfield School PE community, and Sixth Form leadership team. Responsibilities including running badminton sessions and lunch time basketball sessions, supporting our Sports Community by running and organising primary school events, and even launching community events for the wider community from Preschool upwards.
The Sports Ambassadors are seen as the face of our Sports Community and will attend Sixth Form meetings. This role will give you the chance to plan and run events yourself, this is great for the local community and building your skill set. To help support this every person on the programme will undergo safeguarding and first aid training, you receive qualifications that will help you with life after school. The great thing about the leadership role is you don’t have to be SPORTY to be a Sports Ambassador. Instead, you need to demonstrate an ability to lead others, alongside the desire and commitment to make a difference.
Abbeyfield School Sports Ambassadors work with Youth Sport Trust, WE ARE THE ONLY SCHOOL IN WILTSHIRE THAT CAN OFFER THIS! Our Sports Ambassador programme is open to all students who wish to be part of a leadership team and which has been recognised by Youth Sports Trust as outstanding. Making Abbeyfield School the Leadership, Coaching and Volunteering School (LCV) lead school for Wiltshire (the only school) working with Youth Sport Trust on all things Leadership. The Sports Ambassador programme offers exciting leadership opportunities ,we offer the chance to be part of Abbeyfield School PE community and work with 18 local primary schools. You will not only gain confidence and experience in all leadership aspects, but also be part of a team. With this role, you will have the responsibility to help at break time badminton session, run basketball sessions during lunchtime and support our Sports Community by supporting primary school events. The Sports Ambassadors are seen as the face of our Sports Community and will attend Sixth Form meetings. This role will give you the chance to plan and run events yourself, this is great for the local community and building your skill set. You don’t have to be SPORTY to be a Sports Ambassador, you need to have a desire to support others and want to be part of something bigger. This will gain you important leadership skills!!
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From being a part of our Sports Leadership Programme, you will be able to build skills such as…
Gain formal Qualifications
Team work skills
Public speaking skills
Young Coaches Qualification
First Aid Qualification YR12 / YR13
Safe Guarding level 1 Qualification
Work with over 2000 children
Be Part of the School Games
Receive Mentoring Training
Run Community Events
Hello my name is Abi and I am one of the Sport Enrichment leaders. I am a Woman’s FA qualified referee, footballer and a figure skater. As you can tell I am passionate about sports and being a team leader. I joined the sports ambassador program in year 9 because I wanted to engage younger kids in participating physical activities and events which would benefit them physically and mentally. Since joining the sports ambassador program it has helped with my confidence and improved my leadership and organisation skills. It has also allowed me to inspire hundreds of primary school students and help them grow as an individual.
Hi, I’m Molly, I’m the Sports Enrichment for Community. I’m responsible for helping with community events such as The Glow in the Dark fun run. I became a sports ambassador in year 9 because I wanted to run fun activities for younger children like others did for me when I was in primary school. I became a Sports Enrichment Coordinator in year 12 because I wanted more responsibility within the programme. I’ve loved being a bigger part of the family so far, it’s helped me become more confident and be more organised.