Trans World Educational Experiences are delighted to announce our position as the official Sports Development Tour Partner of the Kent Schools FA.
The new partnership will see a percentage of every Trans World school trip fee given back to the Kent Schools FA Development Fund, ensuring important lasting support for the schools game in Kent, Medway, Bexley and Bromley.
The deal will also allow members of the Kent Schools FA to benefit from exclusive offers and opportunities through Trans World, including an exciting Strips4Trips campaign which will entitle schools to a free set of strips when they sign up for any overseas development tour.
Trans World Educational Experiences creates sports journeys that excite, empower and inspire young minds. Our tailor-made sports-education experiences provide a global-perspective, complement and enrich the curriculum, and leave a lasting impact on participants’ future development.
Each Trans World trip combines professional training, challenge matches and live sport with educational elements such as team building and media education, enabling students to develop their character and enhance their physical and mental skill set through a range of bespoke activities.
All trips are organised in collaboration with some of the world’s most established sporting clubs and institutions from football and basketball to rugby, netball and dance.
To date, Trans World has successfully delivered more than 2500 trips for 600 schools across the United Kingdom, Europe and the Middle East, giving over 70,000 children and young adults the experience of a lifetime.
Scott Macfarlane, co-founder of Trans World, said: “At Trans World we are committed to the continuous development of young people through sport. We are aware of the importance of school sports to the growth of students throughout their education.”
“The Kent Schools FA does a great job each year on a voluntary basis, and we’re delighted to be working in partnership with this great organisation and their partner schools to give something back to the grassroots game across Kent in the surrounding areas.”
To find out more about Kent Schools FA and the work they do across the area, visit their website here.