Helder Pimenta, Author at Albion In The Community
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Using football to inspire children to learn
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Using football to inspire children to learn

Albion in the Community plays an important role as part of the bedrock of the education system in Sussex. Using the power of football as a tool to engage pupils, we help local schools throughout the county by providing valuable PE lessons and creative classroom learning. Rob Josephs, the charity’s schools manager is somebody who
Supporting mental health through football
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Supporting mental health through football

Albion in the Community’s wellbeing football sessions have helped David overcome many difficulties and now he is giving back as a community coach. David has always had a huge passion for football, but with autism and a history of anxiety and depression, his life has not been easy. David’s love for the sport attracted him
UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 resources for schools
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UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 resources for schools

UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is coming to Brighton & Hove this summer and is set to be the biggest European women’s sport event ever. With 16 nations competing across 10 venues, in nine cities it will have the next generation at the heart of its celebrations.  Schools don’t have to wait until the summer to feel
Albion in the Community transforms Marshall’s life
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Albion in the Community transforms Marshall’s life

From attending Albion in the Community’s pan-disability sessions to playing at St. George’s Park, Marshall Funnell-Western has experienced a dramatic footballing rise. Six years ago, an 11-year-old footballer with autism nervously turned up for his first session with Brighton & Hove Albion’s official charity. This is what AITC’s disability co-ordinator Kenny Moor recalled. In hindsight,
AITC honoured with more national awards
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AITC honoured with more national awards

Our work has been recognised again for its impact on the local community with two more national awards at the Howard League for Penal Reform and Royal Society for Public Health ceremonies. The Howard League for Penal Reform’s annual community awards recognises the country’s most successful projects that help keep people out of the criminal

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