Schools looking for PE, CPD, lunchtime and after school clubs? We've got them all covered! Or are you a parent needing quality childcare in the school holidays? Try our fun and friendly holiday camps across the Worcestershire area to keep your kids active and entertained throughout every school break.
When the school term stops, the fun begins! We offer football and multi-sport activity camps for boys and girls throughout the school holidays. Packed full of fun games, entertaining activities and run by our highly experienced and qualified group of coaches. AJB Activity Camps are at an affordable price and fully Ofsted approved to ensure your children are in a safe environment and at the very best value.
"The children really enjoy their sessions with Andy and he develops great relationships with them based on mutual respect but also allowing for lots of fun. I would thoroughly recommend him to teach Reception classes."
Rebecca Palfreyman - Reception Teacher, St George’s Catholic Primary School
Coach ‘Andy’ (as he is affectionately known by many of the kids he teaches in schools and during AJB Camps) has owned AJB Sports In Education since 2015 and has built it up almost single handedly into the exciting and vibrant enterprise we know today.
He is passionate and dedicated to coaching and helping young people to grow and realise their potential through sport. Andy highly values the AJB ethos and instils it into every part of both the company and his own personal life. The belief that sport shouldn’t just be played for competitive or extrinsic rewards, but that it can help young people to create, learn, lead, inspire and grow.
Coach Jimmy came on board as a partner with Andy in 2018 to help grow the business and develop their shared love of sport and physical education. The two have known each other for over 10 years and met during their time in the USA, where they both lived and worked as football coaches in New Jersey.
Jimmy shares the company’s vision for the future and holds the same values for using sport as a way to help kids grow, learn and develop holistically. He is motivated, experienced and passionate about both sport and coaching children to reach their potential.
Coach Nicole is our swimming expert here at AJB Sports in Education. She has been with the company since 2017 and has swum competitively for Worcester swimming club for 8 years, representing them all the way up to regional level. She is also one of our many coaches who got itchy feet and travelled over to the USA to gain further experience in another country.
Nicole will be taking a new role as the head of our FA Wildcats Centre.
Nicole's role will include overseeing and running our Wildcats centre with Warndon Villages Football Club on a Monday evening. Nicole will work closely with our management team to market, advertise and run our Wildcats girls football sessions.
Oliver's footballing journey started at his local Sunday league team which he played in for 7 years. The team was based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, where he grew up and went to school and college. He only recently made the move to Worcester as the opportunity at AJB Sports in Education opened up and allowed him to "follow my dream of getting into coaching full time". His previous coaching experiences have been extensive and rather varied. 'Ollie' has been coaching wheelchair basketball for the past 3 years and prior to that journeyed over to the USA to coach football in-between his studies at University. He enjoyed the 'US' experience and learnt so much that he subsequently decided to return each summer for the next 3 years and managed to visit 19 different states in total.... which caused much jealously amongst the staff when we found out! He says that "the sheer variety and wealth of cultures I experienced across the various states was eye opening and amazed me every year I went back".
Ralph originally got into coaching a little later than many people would normally expect, but ever since starting he has found it to be an incredible and rewarding journey. He says he has been "lucky to be part of many different schools in my short career so far, and feel that I have made a positive impact on lots of different people wherever I have been".
Increasing and engaging young people’s participation in sports has always been a passion of mine. From playing football, netball and rugby myself, I specifically wanted to provide more opportunities for young girls that I didn’t personally have myself. Im one of those people that once I have an idea or dream in my sights, I have to work towards achieving it, so I went to Hartpury college and University of Bath with the aim to become a sports coach to reach my end goal. I have recently just graduated and wanted to get straight into the industry to widen my experience and knowledge even more. Seeing children succeed within sport no matter what ability, is so rewarding as a job, that I would never want to do anything else.
We first met Ruby, once again through our relationship with the University of Worcesters placement. After planning her placement with us way ahead of time we realised we had met one of the most organised and professional students at her age. For someone so young she has a very responsible head on her shoulders and this will certainly take her far.
Ruby will be working in our Wraparound care programs assisting other staff members as well as helping out at our holiday camps where she has been doing her work placement already.