Providing support and funding to cricket clubs across the country as they return to cricket.
To enable the: -Running of new weekly Dynamos Clubs and participation in associated leagues and cups year round. -Establishment of a resource bank of the essential equipment and personal kit required. - Full participation of all children regardless of their family financial circumstances. - Full and equal participation of children with additional needs and disabilities. Utilising cricket as a medium for each child participating to make new friendships, achieve life changing personal development, improved personal well being and as a stepping stone to overcoming their difficulties and an opportunity to build a better quality of life for themselves.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
For each young person: - Improved personal confidence, esteem and resilience. - Enhanced core life skills. - New continuing friendships. - Improved personal and physical well being. - The opportunity to learn new skills and develop new personal attributes. - The opportunity to overcome personal challenges and difficulties and move forward, following a positive pathway towards achieving their full potential personally, socially and educationally.
Steps to get it done:
Ambition, Aspire, Achieve Dynamo Clubs especially focus on engaging: - Children who are inactive, including individuals with underlying health needs, and not involved in sports and leisure activities after school or at weekends. - Children with personal and emotional needs who are isolated, lacking funds and experiencing depression and anxiety. - Children with additional needs and/or disabilities, removing any barriers each individual has to their full and equal participation within Dynamos. Ensuring for all participating children that Dynamos complements and enhances all aspects of their lives and contributes to helping each individual overcome their personal barriers to reach their full potential personally, socially and educationally.
About the space
London Borough of Newham
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