We love telling stories of our success, and sharing the expertise we’ve built up over the last 30 years.
Working in partnership with Royal Caribbean, we’ve placed over 400 young people into travel-jobs, and for many their travel-job experience provides them with a critical start into a longer-term teaching, childcare of sports coaching career.
Norwegian Cruise Lines, one of the world’s largest cruise lines, has partnered with us for over 10 years. They approached us to create a fully-themed evening of activities for 6-9-year olds. They asked for something completely different to their existing programmes, but as with all their programmes it must be inclusive, engaging and something children wanted to be part of.
There are approximately 44,000 young carers in Scotland who provide care to parents, siblings or other relatives, and thanks to our charity partnership, we’re able to provide carers with a week of fun, activity and encouragement.
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity supports sailors, marines and their families for life, and it’s a privilege to be one of their valued partners by providing sports and activity programmes for children of serving families.
Active Leaders is an innovative programme designed to train, equip and inspire 9-11-year-old primary school children to lead active games in the playground at break times and lunch times.
Active Play is a unique programme which sees our energetic Red Tops visiting primary schools up and down the UK to get children active, having fun and learning together. This year we’re thrilled to have activated over 16,000 children. Over 5 months we visited 53 schools in 18 areas to deliver 450 high-energy, engaging and inclusive Active Play sessions.
According to the Global Happiness Index, Burundi, in Central-East Africa, is the least happy country in the world. The index measures key factors such as home, income, work, health, civic engagement, social freedom and life expectancy. Burundi has remained near the bottom of the list for five years alongside countries including Syria, Central African Republic and Tanzania.
Isobel Davidson, aged 19, has been recognised for her hard-work as a Work Placement coach at Kings Camps, at Ashville College in Harrogate over the summer holidays, with an Outstanding Achievement Award.
In November 2018 we worked with Camphill Community Trust in Botswana to improve engagement between parents and children with complex additional needs.
Today, she’s a dynamic member of the Operations Team at the Kings Active Foundation Head Office – a role which demands the passion and enthusiasm which she’s displayed throughout her unique Kings journey.