Fundraising £15,000 to build a playground squash court at Sharmans Cross Junior School
Fundraising Target: £15,000
The British Open Festival of Squash is an opportunity to celebrate the end of the club season and the squash community right across the West Midlands. Help us leave a lasting legacy from this year’s British Open Championships by fundraising to build the 2nd playground squash court in the West-Midlands.
The British Open Festival of Squash
Taking Place 9th – 16th of April 2023
The 1st Playground Squash Court at King Solomon International Business School
A new innovative outdoor squash court officially unveiled at King Solomon International Business School in Birmingham which built on the excitement of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Instigated by Squash United, the collaborative group leading the squash legacy programme which is an official project of United by Birmingham 2022, the community programme for the Commonwealth Games.
More than 600 pupils at the school benefit from the new court, which will help to improve physical and mental wellbeing both in curriculum time and outside of school hours. 12 pupils and eight teachers received Squash Activator training so that they can help deliver squash sessions to their peers.
We Are Fundraising to Build a 2nd Playground Squash Court at Sharmans Cross Junior School
Please note: All payments are processed through the PSA Foundation, a registered charity in England and Wales. While all payments contribute to the playground squash court, Gift Aid or company tax relief can only be applied when using our additional sponsorship & donation form and not for entering the graded open. For any queries around making payment or completing a donation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our Mission Statement
As part of our Sharmans Cross family, everyone is respected, valued and heard. We act in a responsible way, embracing our individuality as part of a friendly, supportive and inclusive community. We strive for excellence in everything we do, becoming confident, successful, independent learners who value ourselves and others. Our school rules are in place to keep us safe and allow us to develop lasting skills suitable for life in the wider world, so we can become the best that we can be.
The acronym we use for the values we use in school is PRIDE. The following values were agreed by our school council in Spring 2020.
Patience | Responsibility | Independence | Determination | Empathy