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Blackburn Rovers Community Trust


Learning is not a spectator sport

Description

Blackburn Rovers Community Trust is fully committed to offering all members of the local and wider community access to the highest quality programmes of grass roots football, education projects, inclusion initiatives and awareness campaigns to encourage off-field participation, success and enjoyment.

The Trust prides itself in being at the heart of the local community, providing engaging activities that meet the needs of the local population, using the environment and medium of football as a route to other knowledge, skills and understanding; delivered by a team of highly qualified, experienced teachers and assistants.

Blackburn Rovers Education Centre is housed in dedicated accommodation in the Darwen End Stand of Ewood Park, the home of Blackburn Rovers Football Club. The Education Centre welcomes thousands of children and young people each year from across the north-west of England, to participate in a range of curriculum focused activities – using the power of football and the learning environment of a football stadium to enthuse, motivate and inspire learners.


Reviews

The following reviews have been added by visit leaders using the EVOLVE system.
Overview
4.9
7 reviews


Excellent
 
86%

Very Good
 
14%

Average
 
0%

Poor
 
0%

Awful
 
0%

Fully supportive of us coming in to complete a risk assessment. Very knowledgeable and helped add to the risk assessment. The day was enjoyed by all without any issues! (January 2022 - Primary School)




(January 2020 - Primary School)




(October 2019 - Primary School)




Super team building morning leading to team activities in the afternoon where children from both schools were mixed and working together. The Blackburn community staff fulfilled all that was asked for. (June 2019 - Primary School)




(March 2019 - Secondary School)




(December 2018)




(December 2017 - Primary School)




Contact

Blackburn Rovers Community Trust
Ewood Park
Blackburn
Lancashire
BB2 4JF

Pricing

Day visits to Blackburn Rovers Education Centre start from just £9 per head (excluding VAT) and include a stadium tour of Ewood Park!

Learning is not a spectator sport

Description

Blackburn Rovers Community Trust is fully committed to offering all members of the local and wider community access to the highest quality programmes of grass roots football, education projects, inclusion initiatives and awareness campaigns to encourage off-field participation, success and enjoyment.

The Trust prides itself in being at the heart of the local community, providing engaging activities that meet the needs of the local population, using the environment and medium of football as a route to other knowledge, skills and understanding; delivered by a team of highly qualified, experienced teachers and assistants.

Blackburn Rovers Education Centre is housed in dedicated accommodation in the Darwen End Stand of Ewood Park, the home of Blackburn Rovers Football Club. The Education Centre welcomes thousands of children and young people each year from across the north-west of England, to participate in a range of curriculum focused activities – using the power of football and the learning environment of a football stadium to enthuse, motivate and inspire learners.

Pricing

Day visits to Blackburn Rovers Education Centre start from just £9 per head (excluding VAT) and include a stadium tour of Ewood Park!

Contact

Blackburn Rovers Community Trust
Ewood Park
Blackburn
Lancashire
BB2 4JF

Reviews

The following reviews have been added by visit leaders using the EVOLVE system.
Overview
4.9
7 reviews


Excellent
 
86%

Very Good
 
14%

Average
 
0%

Poor
 
0%

Awful
 
0%

January 2022 - Primary School
Fully supportive of us coming in to complete a risk assessment. Very knowledgeable and helped add to the risk assessment. The day was enjoyed by all without any issues!



January 2020 - Primary School




October 2019 - Primary School




June 2019 - Primary School
Super team building morning leading to team activities in the afternoon where children from both schools were mixed and working together. The Blackburn community staff fulfilled all that was asked for.



March 2019 - Secondary School




December 2018




December 2017 - Primary School