To engage with children living areas of greatest deprivation. The programme caters for schools in the Charing Cross area offering them extra-curricular physical activity sessions to improve their health and wellbeing of children. Specialist trainers work with the most deprived children out of school hours.
1. In consultation with staff members, to discuss how the program is rolled out throughout the year. Activities are offered at breakfast, lunch time, and after school clubs.
2. Identify children within age groups who would benefit the most from the programme and prioritise club spaces.
3. Develop timetables to include these sessions each term into the extracurricular sports timetable.
4. Gather data from these sessions to determine the percentage of deprived children who are engaging with the clubs and the impact on the school's activity levels throughout the programme.
The children involved in the programme have had multiple opportunities over the year to participate in sport and physical activity. Internal the child's health and well-being has improved. This may also open options for children to join a club outside of school who may never have had an opportunity to do so in the past. Classroom behaviour and effort towards school work may also improve as the impact of this physical activity can help with mental health and attitude.
more This year's Treasure Trail Challenge is in aid of three local charities: Glasgow Lodging House Mission; Glasgow Active Schools Programme; and Street Soccer Scotland.
more We, together with our friends in the R.C. of Saalfelden, support this charity which helps young cancer patients and funds research into cancers affecting those aged between 13 and 24
more We made a donation to the Glasgow Children's Hospital on 22nd November after listening to a moving talk by Sine Ward
more Our Club helps to keep Exhibition railway station looking pretty through a continuous programme of planting colourful flowers and weeding.
more Our donation to Glasgow resident Christopher Flyvbjerg (left, in photo)enabled him to go to Tanzania under Operation Raleigh.
more Every year, with some financial support from the Kilmun Trust, we arrange a holiday for a needy family
more Past member Jean Scott left a legacy of Â£1,000 for the Club to use for helping young people. We used it to help to create a fruit and vegetable garden in Hillhead Primary School
more The winning team from Antonine Primary School, with Club President Trevor Graham.
more Rotary in great Britain and Ireland supports youth competitions
more The winners of the 2020 Hillhead Primary School's Citizenship awards were Zachary Adams and Shirin Shahralie-Farahani. No photos this year due to the coronavirus.
back See our other pages for more information about some of our varied activities within the community and our contributions to charities.