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Saturday 25th of October 2014

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Trafford School Sports Partnership

The School Sports Partnership scheme links local schools with local sports clubs. Through these links, children are provided with coaching from sports club coaches, normally after hours. In a sense, the running of these sporting activities is contracted out to the local sports club. In order to be invited to join a partnership, the sports club must have a charter mark and be generally recognised as making a significant contribution to the community.

As a result, Urmston Meadowside is the 'football partner' for the Flixton 'family' of schools which includes Flixton Infants, Flixton Junior, St Mary’s Primary, Woodhouse Primary, Kingsway Primary and Flixton Girls High. Meds run the 3 Lions Coaching programme for these schools.


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