Ten of CarshaltonBoysSportsCollege teachers, all qualified as GB Boxing Tutors, in preparation in setting up a non contact boxing club using the Network Rail sponsored GB Boxing Awards scheme.
Head of the PE Department Brendan Earley, Commented – We are an all boys 11-16 college with a mixed 6th Form Centre. The GB Boxing Awards non contact programme fits nicely with our students; we will be looking to move the boxing into the PE curriculum. We have good links with Rose Hill Boxing Club and we will look to create a stronger school club link with Rose Hill Boxing Club via the GB Boxing Awards programme.
GB Boxing Performance Coach Quinton (“Q”) Shillingford MBE delivered the GB Boxing Tutor course at Carshalton Boys Sports College.
“Q” will now work with the school PE Department to develop there non contact boxing club and PE sessions, which is part of the London Boxing and Network Rail partnership in setting up boxing awards programme’s in the schools/ communities in London.
The Boxing Tutor Course, boxing equipment (Pads/ Gloves) and 20 GB Boxing Awards booklets have been sponsored by Network Rail to get the programme moving. Network Rail has sponsored the GB Boxing Awards programme, to use as a tool to deliver the Network Rail safety message to young people.
Network Rail Safety Manager Nicola Dooris commented: “Network Rail feel that the GB Boxing Awards is a great tool to deliver the Network Rail – “Railway safety message” to young people and at the same time boosting the participation in boxing in schools and communities”. Caring for the community around railway safety is our number one priority. Network Rail wish to pass on there congratulations to Carshalton Boys Sports College and wish them the very best with the GB Boxing programme.
President of England Boxing and Secretary of London Boxing Mr Keith Walters OBE expressed his gratitude to Network Rail in there support for the London Boxing vision, to have recreational boxing in every borough in London and also with the vision as setting up new boxing clubs in the schools and communities. “Recreational and Educational boxing is the way forward for our sport “said Walters. London Boxing are very excited in the fact that Carshalton Boys Sports College, boxing programme, which host 1,200 students are teaching recreational boxing in there school. We wish them all the best and will support them in developing there non contact boxing club within the school. The work Network Rail is doing is fantastic for young people. It is important that they learn from a young age about railway safety and engage into sport at a young age. London Boxing fully supports the GB Boxing Awards programme and is excited about the partnership with Network Rail and the increased participation it will bring to the sport and safety of young people”. For more information regarding the Boxing Awards programme please go to boxingawards.co.uk
“GB BOXING AWARDS – POWERED BY NETWORK RAIL”