Foundation Education News

26.08.2009

ALIVE AND KICKING PRE-SEASON TOUR

While the first team were away in the US, Chelsea FC Education's Alive and Kicking senior fans group enjoyed a tour of their own.

26.07.2009

INTERNATIONAL HONOURS

The medium of football is an excellent way to engage young people in education and to tap into their interest and love of the game to inspire a love of learning.

06.05.2009

HUB HOSTS HILARIO

Local youngsters were thrilled to meet Chelsea's Reading Champion for 2008/9 at the Chelsea Hub last week.

13.03.2009

FAIR PLAY FOR LADIES!

Chelsea FC's education department celebrated International Women's day this week with events at Stamford Bridge aimed at young ladies attending local girls' schools..

15.02.2009

ACADEMY PLAYERS RECEIVE ACADEMIC RECOGNITION FROM CAMBRIDGE

Cambridge ESOL, part of the University of Cambridge has announced today that four players representing our Academy have passed its Preliminary English Test (PET).

07.10.2008

PREMIER LEAGUE READING STARS PRISON EXTENSION PROJECT

Using the book choices of Premier League footballers to inspire and motivate participants to read more for pleasure.

07.10.2008

CHELSEA SCORES READING GOAL IN GAOL

The work of Chelsea Football Club within our local community has, in recent weeks, led to a game of two halves in conjunction with the Prison Service.

03.10.2008

RACISM SHOWN RED CARD AT THE BRIDGE

October is Black History Month throughout the country and to celebrate its start, Chelsea Football Club hosted a special event.

14.06.2008

WIN FOR CHELSEA SENIORS

Chelsea Football Club may no longer carry the pre-war nickname of 'The Pensioners' but senior supporters at Stamford Bridge are in the news with an award for our Education Department.

11.06.2008

JOINT PLAYING FOR SUCCESS PROJECT WITH FULHAM AND QPR

Carlo Cudicini and Graeme Le Saux awarded certificates and prizes to pupils for their hard work.

11.06.2008

CHELSEA ARE HOOKED ON BOOKS

In support of the national Readathon campaign, the Education Department host a story telling workshop at Stamford Bridge.

11.06.2008

CANOVILLE BEGINS BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Chelsea Football Club Launch Black History Month.

11.06.2008

KICK IT OUT DAY OF ACTION 2007

Paul Conoville visited schools across Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea, and Hammersmith and Fulham to talk about his life experiences.

11.06.2008

CHELSEA'S FAMILY READING PROJECT

60 local youngsters took part in the Family Reading Project, aimed to give families the opportunity to learn together.

11.06.2008

SENIOR FANS MEET HEROES

Chelsea's senior fans group had the opportunity to meet Roy Bentley and Peter Bonetti.

11.06.2008

PLAYING FOR SUCCESS 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY

The succesful Playing for Success (PFS) scheme which encourages the mix of education and sport celebrates its 10 year anniversary.

11.06.2008

RICCY A SCORING AND READING STAR

Ricardo Carvalho is leading Chelsea's participation the the Premier League Reading Stars (PLRS) Scheme.