Specialist work with Church of England Schools and Academies in dioceses across England and Wales

Project Touchline can have a transformational effect on the way a school lives out its vision and values, not only in PE and RE, but across the whole curriculum. 

The  SIAMS report reads “The spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development of pupils is well catered for across the curriculum. For example, the impressive work of Project Touchline provides pupils with experiences to see Christian values lived out in sport”  Southrop C of E Primary School

Schools are signs of fullness of life for all, as they educate children for wisdom, knowledge and skills, for hope and aspiration, for community and living well together, and for dignity and respect. Many will enjoy the wine and not recognise where it comes from; some will, with our help, trace it to who is responsible for it; but whether our inspiration for doing what we do is acknowledged or not, it is the right thing to do – as followers of the One who came to bring life in all its fullness, to do signs that give glory to God. Deeply Christian, Serving the Common Good

The  SIAMS report reads Project Touchline led by a lay minister at Dumbleton is embedding Christian values in sport and values such as compassion are recognised by children to be important in their lives. The outstanding relationships, promoted by the values of friendship and respect, reflect the quality of the school’s distinctive Christian character” Oakhill C of E Primary School

The  SIAMS report reads A particular success has been Project Touchline, bringing RE, sport and Christian values working fervently together in a spirit of reflection. Pupils confirm they can excel in rugby as well as RE.”  Beaminster St Mary’s Academy

“Your work is truly inspiring…and we thank you for it.” Neil Revell – Lead School Improvement Adviser & Strategic Leader for SIAMS Salisbury Diocesan Board Of Education 

A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life” John Wooden