Opportunities from Palace for Life
Palace for Life have some amazing opportunities coming up soon.
Game On / 6-week employability course / starting late-Feb
Kick Off / Events & Courses / throughout the year
Trips / Visits to workplaces and the community / next month
PL Kicks / Weekly Sporting Activities / Launching Basketball
GAME ON IS BACK ON!
Game On is the Foundation’s 6-week employability programme for young people (aged 16-24) not in Education and Employment (or at risk of becoming NEET). The programme will be starting again from February half-term and we are taking referrals from now! Sessions are based at Selhurst Park, the C.P.F.C. Academy and in the local community. To refer an individual to the Foundation’s Game On programme - please click here for Game On
Website: Game On Programme | Palace For Life Foundation
KICK OFF: EVENTS & COURSES
The Foundation has a range of events and courses taking place for different ages and abilities. The upcoming projects to highlight are: Kick Off into Construction - 15th February, 4pm - 7pm l Ages 16+ A one-off event that offers an industry insight into the Construction industry. Hear first-hand from employers and organisations that offer apprenticeships. Sports Leaders Level 1 - 13th February & 16th February, 10am - 4pm l Ages 13 - 17 Take part in this two-day course happening during February half-term. Learn how to deliver sessions for a range of sports. SIA & Spectator Safety - TBC in March l Ages 18+ Ever fancied working for CPFC on matchdays? You can take part in this training course that will give you the qualifications needed to work as a security guard or a steward. To sign up to an event or course with the Foundation’s Kick Off programme - please click here for Kick Off
We are offering trips on a first come first serve basis (or priority to Foundation participants) due to a limited number of spaces. Upcoming Trips: Noughts + Crosses, Rose Theatre, Kingston: Thursday 02 Feb 2023, 7:30pm Sephy is a Cross and Callum is a Nought. Between Noughts and Crosses there are racial and social divides. A segregated society teeters on a volatile knife edge. As violence breaks out, Sephy and Callum draw closer, but this is a romance that will lead them into terrible danger. This gripping Romeo and Juliet story by acclaimed writer Malorie Blackman and adapted by Sabrina Mahfouz is a captivating drama of love, revolution and what it means to grow up in a divided world. Chicken Burger N Chips, Brixton House, Brixton: Thursday 09 Feb 2023, 7:30pm Summer holidays in South London, Corey dreams of nothing but hanging around with his friends while ordering as much Morley’s as possible. Until Jodie comes along and makes him realise the changes which are happening within his beloved Lewisham Borough. Making Corey, for the first time, think about what path his future takes and question his friends. Football Manager HQ: Monday 13th Feb 2023 Get a chance to see the headquarters of the world famous game! Have the opportunity to meet employers, find out about career opportunities and get expert CV and Interview advice Westminster: Monday 27th February (During school hours) Come see where decisions are made - have a VIP tour of the Houses of Parliament, who knows you might be the next speaker!
To join the waiting list for one of the Foundation’s upcoming Trips - please click here for Trips
INTRODUCING PREMIER LEAGUE KICKS BASKETBALL WITH PRO BALLER JUSTIN ROBINSON!
If you are 10-16 years old, join Palace for Life and Justin every Monday at Coombe Wood School, CR2 7HY, between 5 – 7 pm. Participants will get to work on their skills, play fun games, and compete with peers, as well as have the opportunity to learn from the pro himself, Justin Robinson, as he helps lead the sessions.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the community team at firstname.lastname@example.org