Jack Petchey Foundation
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Coordinator's Area

Welcome to the coordinator area - everything you need to successfully run the Jack Petchey Schemes within your organisation. 

The page brings the links for all of our programmes onto one page - if you feel that we are missing anything - please let us know. This is your page and we want to make it as useful to you as possible.

I want to submit a report 

Click on the link to the programme you wish to submit a report for. 

 

 

I want to make an application for one of your programmes 

Leader Award Application

Leader Award Application
Recognise a volunteer, teacher, supporter or leader who makes a significant difference to your organisation. Your organisation can apply once per calendar year - unless you run multiple schemes within your organisation. 

 
Small Grant Fund Application

Small Grant Fund Application 

The Small Grant Round is now closed until September 2017. 

Successful Leader Award winners will be eligible to apply for a small grant within 12 months of receiving their Leader Award. The application rounds are in March and September each year. In the meantime, why not read the Frequently Asked Questions and Small Grant Guidance Notes to give you the best chance of attracting funding for your project. 

 
Educational Visit Application Form

Educational Visit Application
Organisations running our achievement awards can apply for 2 educational visit grants per year. Each grant has a value of up to £300 based on £10 per young people to support and educational trip for your organisation. Why not have a look at our list of suggested venues?

 

I'm leaving my organisation/ I have taken over as a new coordinator

  • Thank you for being the co-ordinator for your organisation. If you are leaving the organisation, but do not know who will take over as the co-ordinator - please contact us via email to let us know. 
  • Once a new coordinator has been identified - please complete the appropriate form below. 
  • Don't forget to have a look at the Toolkit and Hints and Tips to help you understand the scheme. 

School Change of Coordinator Form

New Coordinator Form - Schools & Colleges
This form should be completed by the new coordinator and signed by the head teacher or principal. Once this is completed - the form can be returned by email, fax or post. 

 
Youth Organisation Coordinator Form

New Coordinator Form - Youth Organisations
This form should be completed by the new coordinator and signed by the chairperson or manager. Once this is completed - the form can be returned by email, fax or post. 

 
Umbrella Change of Coordinator Form

New Coordinator Form - Umbrella Schemes
This form should be completed by the new coordinator and signed by the most senior person in the organisation. Once this is completed - the form can be returned by email, fax or post. 

 
Team photo

Who is my Grants Officer? 
Have a look on our Meet the Team page to see which grant officer covers your area - you can also contact them via this page. Your grants officer can arrange to visit to you to explain how the scheme should run and answer any questions you may have. 

I want to access Achievement Award Resources

 
Achievement Award Toolkit

Achievement Awards Toolkit
A complete guide to the Achievement Award Scheme, Leader Award, Small Grant Fund and Educational Visits Grant. It also provides an insight into some of our partnership programmes.

 
 
Supplies form

Supplies Form
Packages are sent to organisations, usually in January and September, containing all of the items you need to run the Achievement Award scheme. However, if any items are missing or get damaged, you can request new items to be sent to you via our supplies page. 

 
Nomination Form

Nomination Form
Encourages young people and staff to nominate others for the Achievement Awards. 

 
Template

Certificate Template
This word document allows you to print the names of your winners onto the certificates. The word document will download when you click on the link and will not open a new webpage.  

 
Citations Guidance

How to write a fantastic citation
When a young person gets an Achievement Award, Sir Jack Petchey really wants them to feel proud of what they have achieved. A good citation leaves no doubt in their mind why they have been chosen.

 
Congratulations Letter

Congratulations letter for parents/carers
This letter template can be edited and printed on your organisations letterhead to inform parents about the young person's award.  The word document will download when you click on the link and will not open a new webpage.  

 

 

 

 

 

 
Sample Wishlist

Sample Wish list
We encourage each organisation to create a wish list of items that staff, young people and past award winners think are great ideas to spend £250. You can also see wish lists specific to organisations at the bottom of this list. 

 
Spending agreement

Grant Spending Agreement
Allows the winner to formalise their choice of grant spending. It provides a great record of how the winner has spent their money as well - which will help the coordinator when the grant report is due.  

 

 

 

 

 
Spending Guidelines

Spending Guidelines
The current guidelines for any grant spending within the Achievement Award Scheme. We recommend checking your wish list or winners spend against this document to ensure that it complies. If you are unsure - please feel free to contact your grants officer. 

 


BACs Form

BACS form 
Enables your organisation to be paid by BACs electronic payment rather than cheque. If you change account details - you will need to complete a new BACs form. The word document will download when you click on the link and will not open a new webpage.  

 
Case Study Form

Case Study Form
We love to hear more about our Achievement Award winners. Once the case study is submitted, our PR team will upload the information as a case study on our website. The word document will download when you click on the link and will not open a new webpage.   

 
Events Preset

Celebration Dates
Find out when the next celebration date is for your school or club. Schools will have a borough event at roughly the same time each year, and clubs will either be invited to events in their borough, or to regional events held across London & Essex.

 
Guidance Notes

Achievement Award Reporting - Guidance Notes
This document contains details about the information required for the Achievement Award Grant Reports alongside some frequently asked questions. The word document will download when you click on the link and will not open a new webpage.


Achievement Award Wishlists specific to my organisation 

Air Cadets

Air Cadets Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Air Cadets. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Athletics

Athletics Clubs Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Athletics Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Badminton

Badminton Clubs Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Badminton Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Baseball

Baseball Clubs Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Baseball Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Basketball

Basketball Clubs Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Basketball Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

Boxing

Boxing Club Wishlist 
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Boxing Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Cricket

Cricket Club Wishlist 
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Cricket Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

Dance & Arts

Dance & Arts Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Dance & Arts based Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Disability

Disability Groups Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Disability Groups. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Farm/Animal

Farm/Animal Groups Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Farm/Animal Groups. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Football

Football Club Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Football Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Girlguiding

Girlguiding Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Girlguiding Units. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Gymnastics

Gymnastics Wishlist 
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Gymnastic Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Hockey

Hockey Club Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Hockey Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Martial Arts

Martial Arts Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Martial Arts Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Netball

Netball Club Wishlists
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Netball Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Rugby

Rugby Club Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Rugby Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Schools

Schools Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Schools. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Scouts

Scouts Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Scout units. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Swimming

Swimming Clubs Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Swimming Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

Table tennis

Table Tennis Club's Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Table Tennis Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Tennis

Tennis Club's Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Tennis Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

Uniformed

Uniformed Groups Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Uniformed Groups. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 
Watersports

Water Sport Clubs Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Water sports Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

Youth CLub

Youth Clubs Wishlist
A list of Achievement Award Grant Spends which have previously been approved for Youth Clubs. Please note these are designed to give you ideas and are not exhaustive lists. 

 

I want to access Leader Award & Small Grant Resources

 
Leader Award Nomination Form

Leader Award Nomination Form 
Use this document alongside your nomination box to anonymously gather votes from young people within your organisation to recognise leaders who are doing outstanding work with young people. 

 
  • You can also make an application for a Leader Award or Small Grant.

want to access Educational Visit Resources

 
  • You can also make an application.
  • Submit a report. - Please note the report will not open a new web page  - but will download the report form. Please check your downloads folder. 

 



 

What else is available for my school?

  • Individual Grants for Volunteering - are students from your school undertaking a volunteering project in the UK or overseas and incurring a personal costs? They could apply individually for up to £400. 
  • Table Tennis Table Subsidy Scheme - receive a great value package to support the development of table tennis in your school
  • Step into Dance - providing 30 hours of dance tuition across the academic year, culminating in a performance in the Spring/Summer. 
  • Speak out Challenge - free public speaking workshops for year 10 students. 
  • Panathlon Challenge - Encouraging young people with disabilities to participate and compete in sport. 
  • Count on us - Secondary Maths Challenge - Pan London Maths Challenge for Year 8/9 in partnership with Mayor's fund for London. 
  • Faraday Challenge giving students the opportunity to research, design and make prototype solutions to genuinely tough engineering problems.
  • Young Enterprise Masterclass supporting 850 students across London and Essex to learn about the interview process and gain practical interview experience.
  • Glee Club Challenge - The largest youth Glee Club competition in the UK and is a music and dance education programme aimed at performers aged 11 to 25.
  • School Planners - providing grants of up to £500 to support the annual cost of your school planners
  • First Give the Programme encourages an entire year group of students to identify social issues in their area and engage with local charities that address them. The students will then have the opportunity to compete for £1,500 of grant money.
  • Future First - providing support to schools to establish a thriving and engaged alumni community. 
  • Anthony Nolan Register & Be programme - free presentations for your school to young people aged 16+ about the Blood and Transplant Service. 

What else is available for my club?

  • Individual Grants for Volunteering - are members of your club undertaking a volunteering project in the UK or overseas and incurring a personal costs? They could apply individually for up to £400. 
  • Table Tennis Table Subsidy Scheme - receive a great value package to provide table tennis opportunities to your members
  • Glee Club Challenge - The largest youth Glee Club competition in the UK and is a music and dance education programme aimed at performers aged 11 to 25.
  • London Youth - supporting  its member youth clubs all over London to inspire and support hundreds of young people to get active, through sport and outdoor adventure

 

 

 

 

 

 

The video below gives an overview of the Achievement Award Scheme from organisations and individuals involved in the scheme. The winners talk about their £200 grant spends, however since January 2016, Achievement Award winners receive £250 to spend within their organisations.

Achievement Award Medallions

Achievement Award Medallions

“ Over 90% of Achievement Award winners say that peer recognition is the most important aspect of the Achievement Awards.”
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Achievement Award Winner