Foundation Round-Up: Kids Cup & Open Evening
Find out what's been happening in the last week at the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Kids Cup Qualifiers
Our final qualifying day has come to an end!⚽️— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) January 18, 2018
Congratulations to @YsgolPencae, @MaesycoedPri, @YsgolPwllCoch, and @YsgolTreganna who return for next week's Cardiff final?#BluebirdsCharity #CityAsOne #HealthInTheCity pic.twitter.com/TDgIuhJ16U
Following three final days of qualifying, twelve more primary schools secured their place at the Cardiff final of the EFL Trust Kids Cup.
Crickhowell Primary, Gwauncelyn Primary, St George’s, St Joseph’s, Romilly Primary, Llanyrafon Primary, The Dell, Cwm-Lai, Ysgol Pencae, Maes y Coed Primary, Ysgol Pwll Coch and Ysgol Treganna will all travel to take part in the final – which will see 24 teams compete for the chance to represent Cardiff City Football Club at the regional finals later in the year.
Education and Sport Open Evening
Want to play Futsal alongside your studies?⚽️— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) January 12, 2018
We've got another Open Evening taking place in February??
Book here ? https://t.co/OIIOWIl7XU
Let us know if you're attending ? https://t.co/gkbjLi4MwW #BluebirdsCharity #CityAsOne pic.twitter.com/qGnDjPDJhZ
Cardiff City FC Foundation are holding an Open Evening for potential students to come and find out more about the BTEC Sport Level Two and Three courses we offer.
The evening will be held at Cardiff City House of Sport, on Wednesday 14th February at 6pm. Guests will have the opportunity to speak to our experienced tutors, as well as current students to receive more an insight into what could be your academic home for the next few years.
For more information and booking, visit: www.cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk/event/education-open-evening.
Premier League Primary Stars Transition Project launched
We recently launched a new programme in collaboration with the Premier League, which helps children make a smooth change from primary, to secondary school.
The project begins this month, with sessions starting in four primary schools, which will eventually see us launch a summer programme at Cardiff City Stadium, and also see how the students are progressing once they reach comprehensive school.
Dementia Friendly Cardiff Pledge
We were proud to acknowledge our commitment to the #DementiaFriendlyCardiff pledge at Saturday’s #HealthDay?— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) January 16, 2018
We're looking forward to putting our plans into action with @AlzSocCymru and @cardiffcouncil?#HealthInTheCity #BluebirdsCharity #CityAsOne pic.twitter.com/qVwIHdF8Jy
Following our recent Health Day, we followed up the successful day by pledging to the Dementia Friendly Cardiff campaign in association with Alzheimer’s Society Cymru.
This saw us create a brand-new partnership with the charity which will allow us to start putting our plans into action in the near future.