Kinetic Foundation works in partnership with the Harris Federation to deliver the educational component of our programme. We are fully inclusive and can offer young people an education that is relevant to their academic level. We support young people that need a GCSE re-sit pathway all the way up to an Oxbridge candidate studying a traditional A level pathway. Harris Federation offers a wide range of vocational and A level subjects for pupils to enroll on and regardless of the course(s) pupils study there is no clash with the training schedule – we do not believe young people should compromise on the courses they want to study to accommodate their Football.
At each of our education sites we employ a full time Player Liaison Officer who is in school with our young people throughout the school day. This member of staff is the pastoral point of contact for players and parents enrolled on our programme and their parent(s)/guardian(s). The Liaison Officer will mentor the young people, deal with any punctuality or behavioural issues, arrange for work to be caught up on if lessons are missed for matches or trials and deliver additional 1-on-1 sessions during free periods.
Unsigned for 4 years before signing for Barnet FC in 2014 where he has gone on to make 78 appearances. Wes is also a current England C team international.Wes Fonguck
Following his release from Swansea FC at 16 years old Rhys spent two seasons with Kinetic before signing for Sheffield United in 2018. He has enjoyed successful loan moves including playing 27 times for Rochdale AFC in League 1. Rhys has been capped 14 times by Wales u23s.Rhys Norrington-Davies
Unsigned for 3 seasons before signing for Sunderland in 2015. He made his professional debut in September 2016, the first of 41 appearances (16 goals), before moving to Bordeaux in January 2019 where he has scored 7 goals in 28 appearancesJosh Maja
Unsigned until he was 19 years old when he signed for Charlton Athletic and made 81 appearances. Joe moved to Rangers FC in 2019 where he has played 27 times in his first season. Joe has been capped 4 times by Nigeria which includes him scoring against Brazil in 2019.Joe Aribo
Unsigned for 3 years before signing at Ipswich Town in 2014 where he has made 64 appearances in the First team.Myles Kenlock