John Paul 2 Foundation 4 Sport Clubs & Schools
The Foundation exists to initiate, motivate, encourage and show others how to set up a sports club.
There are six types of club associated with JP2F4S:
1. School PETS Clubs
Our School PIES Education Through Sport Clubs are able to access the School PETS Clubs resources area on our website, upon payment of an annual subscription. The school appoints an Ambassador (staff or senior student) whose role is to communicate with JP2F4S, sending sporting statistics, reports of activities and pictures for our website. Our School Liaison will visit every half-term to monitor, encourage and advise on its sport activities.
2. After-School Clubs
The Foundation seeks to persuade the SMT and Governors to open the school, without charge, for a JP2F4S Club. Our JP2F4S Coordinator will guide the school, using our tested template, to set up and run their After-School Club. These clubs are funded, in part, by the subs of those using them.
3. Stand-alone Clubs
We support these clubs with our administration; monitor and encourage them through our JP2F4S Coordinator and find funding whenever required.
4. Community Clubs
We aim to inspire the congregation to set up a committee, then enable, facilitate, monitor and mentor those running the club to help it grow and link up/ compete with other similar clubs in their area.
5. Young Ex-Offenders Clubs (in development)
6. Overseas Clubs
The Foundation provides access to School PETS Clubs resources and we identify how we can help the clubs develop and thrive.
Armed with that information, please meet our JP2F4S sports clubs and schools – they are UK based and international:
School PETS Clubs
St Simon’s Catholic Primary School is the latest addition to the JP2F4S family (July 2015). Situated in the Diocese of Shrewsbury, the school opened in 1970. It has a specialist PE teacher who works alongside classroom teachers to help increase pupil expectations during PE sessions and to encourage them to develop a healthy competitiveness.Read more »
Sports Squared is a new sports club launched in partnership with Sion-Manning School, St Charles VIth Form College and Queens Park Rangers Community Trust and is the first legacy club to come on stream after the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. It opened its doors in September 2012.Read more »
One Formation is the first Muslim founded sports club to join John Paul 2 Foundation 4 Sport. They joined JP2F4S in January 2016 having been impressed by the success of Wessex United at a football tournament in 2015. Based in Leeds, One Formation has football teams competing across all age ranges from six […]Read more »
Guildford Tennis For All was set up by Voytek Sarama, an LTA Professional Coach with 30 years of coaching experience. The club offers tennis instruction in a friendly and informal setting on public and school courts. No minimum playing standard is necessary – beginners are most welcome!Read more »
In March, Kent Athletic Club became the second club to join JP2F4S in 2015. Based in Lewisham, Kent AC is one of Britain’s top athletics and running clubs. Founded over 120 years ago, it has seen great success in the past 25 years, rising 10 divisions in the space of 19 seasons.Read more »
Croydon Judo Club is the latest club to join JP2F4S (April 2015). One of the oldest judo clubs in the UK, it celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2011. In recognition of its quality, the Croydon Judo Club was awarded the Sport England Clubmark in 2005, one of only 1000 Clubmarks that have been awarded countrywide across all sports.Read more »
St Michael and St Martin, in Hounslow, Greater London, became the first parish in the UK to launch a JP2F4S sports club.Read more »
The 12 Stars Boxing Club offers training regimes in a supported and fun environment allowing members to increase fitness, tone the flab, redefine muscle, develop proficiency and perhaps even become expert in the art of amateur boxing. Believing in the whole of person approach, this John Paul 2 Foundation 4 […]Read more »
Dandora Dumpsite Rehabilitation Group is a community-based organisation founded by young people who, because of poverty, dropped out of school to scavenge on the streets and dumpsites. The organisation was founded in 2009 by a group of youths who used to live on the streets, and because of their harsh lives decided to come together to help themselves and their community.Read more »