We have teamed up with the FA and the Youth Sport Trust to be part of the national Barclays Girls’ Football School Partnerships (BGFSP) programme. The aim of the partnership is to grow girls football and support the FA vision that every girl has equal access to football in school by 2024. We will be working closely with the FA to bring girls in South Cambs schools more opportunities to get involved. We want to build on the success of the Lionesses in the Euros and World Cup, using this platform to inspire more girls in South Cambridgeshire to play football.
As a partnership we will have a focus on:
- curricular and extra-curricular provision (including teacher training and CPD)
- links to opportunities in the community
Register on the Girls Football in Schools website
Go to the Girls Football in Schools website www.girlsfootballinschools.org and sign up to this great programme free of charge.
The website has been set up for any school in England (Primary or Secondary) to access:
- Free exclusive digital resources,
- Teacher training
- News and updates
- Plus much more
Click the link here to register your school and access the full range of opportunities.
Make a Pledge to #LetGirlsPlay
Are you committed to growing girls football in your school? Join thousands of schools across England who have already made a pledge to ensure every girl has equal access to football in schools by 2024. Pledge here.
Take part in the #LetGirlsPlay Biggest Ever Girls Football Session
On Friday 8th March 2024, the Biggest Ever Football Session is back and what an incredible way to celebrate International Women’s Day at your school!
The aim is to get as many girls as possible playing football on the same day in schools across England. Can you help us beat last years total of 285,000 girls taking part?
Register now to be part of it – there are prizes to be won if you are one of the first 100 schools to sign-up, so be quick!
What is #LetGirlsPlay?
By 2024, The FA’s vision is for girls to have the same football opportunities as boys in schools and clubs. #LetGirlsPlay is a campaign to influence and drive change, showing that football can and should be played by girls. It is bringing together a growing community of people of all genders, ages and backgrounds who want to champion equal access for girls, helping create independent, resilient young girls who will be a force for good in all local communities.
Find out more https://www.englandfootball.com/letgirlsplay