Oxford United Community Trust works with children and young people in Oxfordshire to promote physical and mental health, support better outcomes in education, and safeguard the vulnerable in our communities.
We work with Premier League Communities, Oxford City Council and expert delivery partners Create Development to deliver Real PE.
This is a unique, child-centred approach that engages and challenges every child in primary school, whether or not they have ability in or inclination to play sport.
For more information contact Ross Layton.
Community Football Clubs
Oxfordshire has over 250 community football clubs, which are sustained by a brilliant, highly-skilled volunteer workforce.
By partnering with these clubs Oxford United Community Trust can both support and draw upon that power, enthusiasm and skill to deliver outcomes across Oxfordshire.
We are building partnerships with clubs across the county, offering on-site coaching support, visits by first-team men and women players, and special events such as inter-club tournaments, visits to first team training ground and more. For more information contact Chris Lowes.
Sport & Thought
Sport & Thought is a school-based intervention that has had astonishing impact across the UK.
Its programmes help children and young people take ownership of and improve their emotional and behavioural health, engage with their education, and build the character skills to take that foundation into the future.
We are working with Sport & Thought to tackle the range of complex needs found in Oxfordshire schools. For more information contact Kate Longworth.
Building Better Opportunities
Oxford United Community Trust is proud to be part of “Unlocking Potential for Oxfordshire”, a project jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund to provide employment support and training for unemployed young people in Oxfordshire.
In partnership with a range of charities we provide activities and support to help young people, aged 17 to 21, who have not been in employment, education or training for six months or more, towards and into employment.
For more information contact Kate Longworth.