Reading FC Community Trust are delighted to be offering free multi-sports camps this Easter for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
In the second week of the Easter holidays, our Community Trust – the charitable arm of Reading Football Club – will be running the camp for three days (12th–14th April), available for attendees between ages of 8 and 16 at Ryeish Green Sports Hub.
Disability-sport qualified coaches from the Community Trust will provide specialist sports such as boccia, alongside football, bowling, curling and many more sports. The Trust hope to run more of these camps going forward as part of their disability programme.
The camps are free of charge thanks to Community Trust’s partnership with Brighter Futures for Children Reading, who have kindly funded the course. Short Breaks co-ordinator Mark Hobson said: “It’s great that the Community Trust are able to provide a multi sports camp this Easter as part of their disability programme. We look forward to working with them in the future.”
As well as the course being free, all children that attend will receive a free lunch thanks to additional funding from the PLCF as part of the Community Trusts Premier League Kicks programme.
Dan Rook, Disability Officer at Reading FC Community Trust, added: “It’s great that we can run this activity during the Easter Holiday for SEND children in Reading and across Berkshire. The partnership we have with Brighter Futures for Children has allowed us to enhance our existing Disability programme and I look forward to continuing that partnership.”
To book your child’s place on the Easter course please go to the Trusts official soccer school website by clicking here.
And to view a timetable of what to expect over the three days, please click here.