Helping young people make positive lifestyle choices through sport
Our Core Projects...
Jump2ItJump2it is an exciting and engaging health and citizenship-led primary school programme which utilises professional athletes to deliver positive interactive messages on healthy living, fitness, healthy eating, the dangers of smoking and alcohol.
Roadshows are delivered in schools by the Glasgow Rocks professional basketball team, followed by a six hour block of coaching, a fun competition and a final event played in front of the 1000+ home crowd at a Rocks match at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow.
The Jump2It programme, and the professional role models involved, provide an entirely unique mixture of basketball teaching and the benefits of an active lifestyle which young people quite simply love!
For more information on Jump2It click the link below.
Shell Twilight BasketballShell Twilight Basketball is a FREE programme which provides young people across Scotland with an active alternative to the streets at the times when they need it most. The weekly sessions are based in Scotland’s most deprived communities and are open to all young people aged between 10 and 21.
The Shell Twilight concept brings together basketball and access to the information that young people need to assist their personal and social development with energetic sessions delivered by qualified coaches and youth workers. Further support is offered by the Rocks professional basketball players who make regular appearances at the Shell Basketball programmes assisting with coaching and encouraging the aspirations of the participants.
To find out more information about the programme and your local Shell Twilight session please click below.
New Funding Annoucement
SCOTTISH SPORTS FUTURES RECEIVES £1.5M FUNDING THANKS TO
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August 19, 2014
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