MUFC Foundation

Manchester United Football Club (MUFC) Foundation:

Bolton St Catherine’s Academy and the MUFC Foundation have a partnership in which MUFC Foundation will be supporting the students in academic circumstances, but also as individuals out of school, providing them opportunities which are both classroom and non-classroom based.

Interventions:

MUFC Foundation will be running different types of interventions for the students at Bolton St Catherine’s Academy, which can help them in the classroom, to develop their learning and understanding of key subjects, as well as help and develop them as individuals away from the classroom - such as confidence building, employability, target setting and many more.

Mentoring:

Cohorts of students will work closely with the MUFC Foundation School Sports Partnership Officer to develop them individually to help with different circumstances they may come across, now and in later life.

Extra – curricular activities:

MUFC foundation will be offering after school activities for learners to take part in, which will lead to inter-school tournaments, and tournaments with/against other MUFC Foundation partnership schools.

Transition:

The School partnership officer will work closely with the Head of Year 7 to support the transition of Year 6 students into Year 7. This will be through creating opportunities for the Year 6 learners arriving at Bolton St Catherine’s Academy, by offering and supporting transition events at BSCA and local primary schools.

 

Our school is partnering with the Manchester United Foundation. The Manchester United Foundation is a charitable organisation that works with us to deliver motivational and inspiring projects to our pupils, with the goal of helping them reach their full potential. You can find out more about the Manchester United Foundation and its work at www.mufoundation.org. To ensure that the safety and welfare of our pupils is properly safeguarded and that the projects are delivered in an efficient manner, we provide Manchester United Foundation with basic information about each pupil taking part. This includes the pupil’s name, date of birth, gender and basic details of any disabilities or medical conditions which may affect their ability to take part in the projects or necessitate special adjustments being made. We may also provide emergency contact details if required. Any information we supply to the Manchester United Foundation is securely held and used only for the purposes of delivering the projects and evaluating their success. All information is processed and safeguarded strictly in accordance with applicable data protection laws. If you require any further information about Manchester United Foundation or require a copy of their privacy policy, please contact privacy@mufoundation.org.