ISFA GIRLS COMMUNITY HUB SCHOOLS

In January 2017, the Independent Schools Football Association launched a new programme designed to support the development and growth of girl’s football with Independent Schools. 

ISFA Girls Community Hub Schools Programme will deliver investment into schools to support them to develop and grow girls football through internal and external football activities. ISFA Girls Community Hub Schools will support ISFA with the development of girl’s football by providing regular girls football internally through either a lunch time or after school club and externally through festivals involving other local schools.

The criteria for a ISFA Girls Community Hub School is as follows:

  • Member of ISFA for 18/19 season
  • Commitment to developing girls football alongside ISFA
  • Minimum of 20 girls participating in internal football activity (examples of activity include lunch or after school club, activity must be minimum of 6 weeks, a participant is a player that attends a football session for minimum of 6 weeks)
  • Minimum of 50 girls participating in external football activity (examples of activity include girls football festival, activity must include other schools, a participant is a player that attends a festival, including girls from other schools)

ISFA Girls Community Hub Schools will receive the following:

  • £500 of kit and equipment to support girls football within your school
  • Support from ISFA with developing and growing girls football within your school
  • Support from ISFA with promotion of girls football including a section on ISFA website to promote your activities

For further details or to apply to become an ISFA Girls Community Hub School please contact ISFA National Football Development Manager This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The following schools are currently involved in the programme:

  • Alleyn's Junior School, Dulwich
  • Ardingly College Prep School, Sussex
  • Oswestry School, Shropshire
  • Oxford High School, Oxfordshire
  • Queens College, London
  • Repton School, Derbyshire
  • St Aubyns School, Essex
  • St Thomas’ Battersea, London
  • Terra Nova, Cheshire
  • The Hawthorns School, Surrey
  • Westbrook Hay, Hertfordshire

 

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