We are part of sas martial arts academy, and form part of a non-profit social enterprise on a mission to improve the lives of young people in London, challenging them to become the best they can. Young people need opportunities outside school to have fun with their friends, to learn new skills, to make a positive change in their communities and to shape the city they live in.
We currently teach in several mainstream schools, youth clubs, and colleges, work in partnership with several local authorities to deliver exciting and vibrant courses as part of the government’s national curriculum.
Our courses and classes combine high-quality physical education, a curriculum with the fun factor appeal. We inspire all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities. We help provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way, which supports their health and fitness. We use the ethos of the martial arts to build character and help to embed values such as fairness, respect determination and perseverance. The past 25 years, we worked with over 20,000 young people through our sports development programmes, teaching at the University College London, Imperial College London, City University, Woodhouse college to name a few.
We have successfully gained funding for the past 15 years to teach after school clubs and school holiday boot camps of fitness, self-defence and other positive activities. Throughout our history, we have worked with community youth organisations and children services and provided a constant lifeline and a vital safe space outside the family and formal education, where young people can develop confidence, resilience and skills and make new friends.
SAS Youth leadership programme
The development of leadership contributes greatly to the positive development of young people and their communities. Leadership skills, such as goal-setting, problem-solving and sound decision-making, are not just necessary for leaders – these skills are needed for success in today’s world. SAS Spartan youth foundation has since 2004 successfully completed hundreds of community champions through youth/adult volunteering that later leads to full time employment in teaching either in mainstream schools, youth clubs or with SAS martial arts academy. We have some truly inspiring case studies.
We provide this programme by seeking funding, donations, business sponsorship or fundraising, so please do try and support us to maintain sustainability.
The Vision– Encourage young people in our communities to a safe and healthy lifestyle.
The Mission– Creating opportunities that change lives, through inspiration, motivation and achievement.
We do this with, and through, our network of community youth organisations and
providing residential courses. We look to work with all young people, focusing particularly on those who wouldn’t otherwise have access to the kind of opportunities we offer.
1. Provide creativity
2. Seek Resilience & Determination
3. Improve Relationship & Leadership
1. Aims- To achieve and aspire
2. Outputs- Provide accreditation and rewards
3. Outcomes – Improve physical & emotional wellbeing
4. Intervention models- Youth leadership programme and social cohesion
5. Measurements- Evaluation and communication.
1. Engage and work with early intervention (4-11Years)
2. Provide a successful youth leadership programme (12-17 Years)
3. Improve on adult safety, fitness and wellbeing. (18+)
1. Seek funding from central, local government sources.
2. Fundraising events
3. Cooperate funding
5. Subsidised fee