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We are a full time international education

and football academy based in the

South of England. Our UEFA qualified

coaches have experience working within

professional football at both club and

international level. We also offer a wide

range of football services such as one to

one sessions, short term programmes

and football packages for groups, teams

and parties. A levels, IELTS and a BTEC

sport award is also available. Players

will live, train and relax right here on site

and compete in competitions both domestically

and internationally.


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UEFA PRO DIRECTOR

OF FOOTBALL,

DARYL WILLARD

“Daryl was a motivated coach who strengthened and maximised

my technical skills and tactical understanding of

the game. He oversaw my development through careful

handling and constant support.”

ARMANDO SHASHOUA – TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

FC & ENGLAND U16 PLAYER – DW


We are so proud to have Daryl Willard

as our Director of Football. He

is a UEFA PRO qualified coach with

Premier League experience as a

youth coach at both Tottenham

Hotspur and Chelsea. He has International

experience as the Sporting

Director of Azerbaijan and worked

closely with Tony Adams. To top it

all he is a thoroughly decent person

too!

He is honest and realistic about

players and their potential and

has a wealth of real life experience

in professional football which he

brings to bear in the day to day running

of the academy.

As part of his UEFA PRO licence

qualification he has to attend various

refresher courses from time to

time in areas such as safeguarding

and coaching technique.

Just recently he took a group of

young boys as part of his latest

evaluation and assessment at Crystal

Palace Academy.

Of course he passed this session

with flying colours!

Daryl said:

‘I look forward to these sessions

with the FA as it is great to encounter

new coaching scenarios. I am

always immersing myself in the

melting pot of the latest coaching

technique from across the world.

These FA days provide great opportunities

to work with new faces

in the players and coaches and to

encounter new environments. My

belief is that a coach never stops

growing and can always develop

and refine their technique and as

such I am always looking at and

talking football to continue my personal

professional development.’

As parents you know that we have a

great modern thinking coach who is

progressive and of course regularly

independently assessed for quality

so you can rest assured your children

are receiving the absolute best

football training at Stars Football.


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PACKAGES

info@starsfootball.co.uk

+44 1424 427 540

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STARS FOOTBALL IN ASSOCIATION

WITH THE COLLEGE OF THE HOLY

CHILD PROVIDES YEAR ROUND

EDUCATION AND FOOTBALL

Our academic year starts in September and

runs for three terms. We offer a robust 6th

form program including A Levels, BTEC

and IELTS. Also available is top up

GCSE’s and a full UCAS managed

application. Our philosophy is

to offer a dual pathway for

our students to enable

them to progress

into professional

football or to

univeristy.

£10k

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LONG TERM

EDUCATION

& FOOTBALL

PROGRAMS

All

of our

fantastic UK

Education and Football

Short & Long Term Programs

Provided by Stars Football Academy

In association with the College of the Holy Child

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programs a favourite for

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4 Football

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Bespoke group visits with high level football training from

£875 p/w

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5 Language

School

Traditional UK language school with full suite of products,

activities, cultural program, the best UK days out

including famous Cambridge, Oxford, Brighton

and of course guided tours of London.

Group Leaders go free for every

ten students booked.

Prices Start at

£495 pp

our UEFA PRO Director of Football. Build your package

by choosing from our additional options including

language, activities and culture.

Competitive matches for any

age group available too.

6

Art

Prices Start at

£495 pp

pw

Foundation

Year

1 year Art foundation course designed for International

students looking for a route into UK unviersity or a

career in Art and Design. Fantastic provision

with practical and work placements.

IELTS group course available

Personalised workshop

provided for each

student: £27k

121’s3

Private 121 training

packages year

round 10 hrs

£595

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7 Summer

School

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ALL THE FUN OF SUMMER IN SUNNY HASTINGS.

Our Summer School has been running for 42 years!

We know how to give students memories that

last for a lifetime combining language

lessons and activities and fun -

LOTS AND LOTS

OF FUN!!

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LEISURE

AND

CULTURE

The college of the Holy Child

is located in the heart of

Hastings; a place steeped in

rich history. Hastings was

the location of the 1066 Battle

of Hastings, fought nearby

where Battle Abbey now

stands. On off days students

are encouraged to socialise

within and explore the beautiful

local town and all its historic

sites.

Hastings is also a short train

journey away from both

Brighton and England’s capital

city London. Students

will embark on regular trips

to both, in order to sight see,

spend their pocket money

and hopefully buy souvenirs

for family at home!

Cultural Immersion helps

speed acclimatisation so we

really encourage days out.


HOME

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Each player enrolling at Stars

will be stepping into a piece

of history, living and training

at our magnificent 12 acre private

complex the College of

The Holy Child in Hastings.

Each first year student will

share a double study with a

team mate in one of our traditional

boarding houses; the

second year students will be

given single studies.

Each study has a desk for

homework and areas to relax

with easy chairs. Of course

there is plenty of clothes storage

too and stunning polished

wooden floors throughout.

Every room has its own name,

own unique style and own

special character - just like

the students who join us.


The College of the Holy Child in St Leonard’s, home to Stars Football. Above is the magnificient

19th Century galleried library. The top right is a photograph of the Pugin and Pugin designed Chapel

which ended up being a labour of love taking over 50 years to finish and be consecrated.


Below left is the magnificent vaulted ceiling common room. The white building in the bottom right

is known as Coventry and is the most modern addition to the campus having been constructed in the

early 20th Century with additions made during the 1920’s.


educa

EDUCATION

A LEVELS

SPORT BTEC

GCSE’S

IELTS


CHECKLIST

PERSONAL EDUCATION PACKAGE

MANAGED UNIVERSITY APPLICATION

tion

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUPPORT

SMALL CLASS SIZES

WEEKLY 121 TUTOR SESSION

ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

HALF TERMLY REPORTS

PARENT PORTAL

FIRST CLASS ACADEMIC LEAD


TYPICAL T

Study Programme –

Achieving professional

status as a footballer is

difficult and competitive

task. Here at Stars FA we

provide an individual

study programme aimed

at providing each player

with a solid and well

rounded education. They

are educated in the

variety of career options

within football and out;

and are given the perfect

environment to pursue

said options.

Pre activation/Personal training – An extremely

important aspect of a footballers preparation is pre

activation. The smaller muscles of our body are often the

muscles we forget about. However, these muscles are

the ones that help to stabilise joints and prevent injuries.

Educating the players in this aspect of training will help

them stay as injury free as possible in their careers.








Training – a full time, prof

delivered by our UEFA

coaches meticulously plan

quality technical and tac

managing the physical loa

not only are Stars FA pla

matchday, they will m

throughout the season





Gym – Power, strength

and mobility are vital

aspects of modern

football and something

we take seriously at Stars

FA. Working with our

specialist sport scientist,

the coaching staff have

developed a robust

strength and conditioning

plan to allow the players

to reach peak physical

condition.





















Dinner – High quality training, gym work

and working toward qualifications

requires high levels of energy and

concentration. Our players will be

educated on the importance of eating a

balanced nutritional diet to ensure they

have the fuel to tackle their busy

schedules, while at Stars Academy and

in their future careers.

Pre/Post match analysis – Every match and training

session at Stars FA is video recorded. This allows the

coaching staff to accurately analyse the performances of

each player throughout their time with us. Weekly pre and

post match analysis sessions will take place to expand on

tactical and technical elements that have been covered

within training. Each player will have access to their

personal video clips from each match and will expected to

watch, analyse and feed back to the coaching staff, this is a

vital part of a players personal and professional

development

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IMETABLE

essional quality, training regime

standard coaching team. Our

the schedule to achieve high

tical coaching, while carefully

d of each individual. As a result,

yers fully prepared come each

aintain their fitness levels

Mindfulness – a unique aspect of the Stars FA Curriculum is

our attention to our players being mindful of their

emotions and maintaining a balanced mind. Through

taking time out to completely relax the body and mind

through yoga and meditation, stepping away from their

electronical devices and learning to converse with each

other.
























Free time/Personal

study – its of huge

importance to us at

Stars FA that the

players enjoy their

time here. They can

spend their free time

socialising in

Hastings town

centre, relaxing on

site or taking part in

extra curricular

activities on offer at

Holy Child. However,

all players will know

that this time is a

privilege and if they

are falling behind

their studies this

time will be used to

catch up.


atch – Stars FA will be competing in over 5 competitions

oth regionally and nationally. These domestic

ompetitions combined with friendly matches against

rofessional academy teams and our annual international

ournament provides plenty of matches for the players to

howcase their talents.

Football Education – An aspect of the Stars FA curriculum

that is completely unique. Two hours a week dedicated

purely to learning about the beautiful game. Tactics from

past and present, football history, tactical analysis,

debating of current footballing issues and much more. One

of the most impressive personality traits a young person

can have is the ability to partake in engaging conversation

about their chosen field. Our aim is that every Stars FA

graduate leaves Holy Child with the ability to do just that


STARS FOOT

Stars Football Education

At Stars FA we place a huge emphasis on education, we in

person, while becoming a rounded footballer. Of course

academic schedule that will prepare them for life in a varie

read about in the pathways section. However, this is a foo

students of the beautiful game. It is our dream that every p

footballing history and can engage articulately and know

coaches and potentially the media. Not only is this an extre

that player the edge when the time comes for coaches and

This football education will be broken down into different

the footballing world, as shown in the table below -


BALL EDUCATION

sist that anyone attending Stars FA becomes a well rounded

, Stars students will take part in a robust and challenging

ty of industries within the professional world; which you can

tball academy and therefore we would like our players to be

layer that leaves Stars FA is tactically intelligent, knows their

ledgably in a footballing conversation with fellow players,

mely impressive asset within a young player, it may just give

scouts to make a decision on their future.

units throughout the year focussing on different aspects of












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STARS PLAYER

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PASSION


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COMMITMENT

PASSION


STARS OFFICE

NOTICE BOARD

DARYL BOARD


CONTACT US

CONTACT DETAILS

SIMON WENTWORTH

TEL: +44 7398 212 297

INFO@

STARSFOOTBALL.CO.UK

DARYL WILLARD

TEL: +44 7802 880 442

DW@

STARSFOOTBALL.CO.UK

ALEX McCARTHY

TEL: +44 7733 303 666

GM@

STARSFOOTBALL.CO.UK


HIT THE N

WITH LIFE SK

The transition from childhood to independent adult is not an easy path. There are

many small important skills that young people need to acquire to be ready for

the next stage of their life either at university or in professional football. They will

certainly be living a lot more independently than when at home with you or with

us in the next stage of their lives be that in further study or soccer..

Whilst the student spends time with us we will work on their life skills and teach

them a mixture of useful processes and tasks to help them become independent

and self sufficient. From the traditional markers of independence such as using a

washing machine and doing laundry to cleaning their boots, naming their sports

kit, looking after their material possessions, cooking basic meals, managing their


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ILLS LESSONS AT STARS FOOTBALL

work time, planning their leisure time, balancing effective study, budgeting their

money, writing their CV – and age dependent learning how to drive, insure a car

and basic car maintenance.

They will also learn crucial 21st Century life skills too such as how to check for

the best price for an item on the internet, manage their online social media

presence, protect their privacy and online profile, understand others motivations

in their online interactions and understand the power and instantaneous nature

of modern online communities in the global village we all inhabit online.

We also remind them how often they need to ring Dad and Mum – well… Skype

or FaceTime!


ME


DIA


ACCLIMATISATION

Acclimatisation:

- adaptation to a new climate (a new

temperature or altitude or environment)

In the grandest traditions let us start

by telling you a brief story…

Once upon a time a Premier League

manager was looking to sign a new

player.

He looked at two players for his club,

both were 17 years old, both strikers

and both scored 30 goals in their

league last season, both had ten assists,

both leagues were the same

standard, both even had the same

agent. Phenomenal players both!

How to choose the player? What could

seperate these records?

It can only come down to tiny differences

what we call at Stars Football the

competitive advantage:

All players that join the program at

Stars Football go through various processes

to help them acclimatise and

normalise to the UK and Europe, their

culture and environment. We often

hear from Premier League TV pundits

that players have to ‘adapt’ or ‘adjust’

to the UK when they join a British

club, they even say we should expect

£50,000 a week players to take a year to

settle!

Not our students.

They have already:

1. Eaten a wide variety of new foods

and lived on a Pro players diet.

2. Travelled by air, road and rail in

Europe.

3. Topped up their mobile phone,

used the UK electrical system.

4. Watched British TV, the news and

studied the UK media.

5. Been shopping, supervised and

alone in big and small shops.

6. Know where to get a haircut, visit


the doctors, fetch medicine.

7. Opened a bank account and ad

justed to the pound and her value.

8. Visited cinemas and know how to

enjoy their leisure time.

9. Have access to reptuable advisers

Our players have already overcome

that old Premier League cliché of

‘adapting’.

Never underestimate the value of acclimatisation

to an individual player.

When a manager is choosing between a

player he will look at the extras a given

player brings to the table.

When we hear about a player taking

time to ‘adjust’ or ‘adapt’ to the Premier

League. What does that mean? Is football

so different from country to country?

Yes and no. There are pace differences

and playing standard differences

of course but usually ‘adjusting’ or

‘adapting’ is so much more and relates

to everything from cuisine to language

through the weather differences to culture

the media and on.

Our players have already been through

that learning curve during their time

with us so all they need to focus on is

the football.

The African, American and Asian boys

adjust to Europe, the European boys

adjust to the UK, the UK boys adjust to

different styles of football and we end

up with a player who has experiences

in their memory bank to call on.

Thats why acclimatisation is such a big

deal and often the competitvie advantage

when it comes to contract time!


OUR CAMPUS has a 180 year education legacy. A

large former convent site, originally purchased in

1834 by the Rev. Jones with a bequest of £10,000

from Lady Stanley of Puddington.

In 1848 nuns of the newly formed Catholic teaching

order, ‘The Society of the Holy Child Jesus’ moved

into the convent and set about establishing schools.

The architect William Wilkinson Wardell

was employed to complete the convent building

and design a Girls Poor School and entrance in the

boundary walls, which had been erected in

the middle of the 1830s.

The foundation of the Girls Poor School was laid

in 1849 and the entrance arch built in 1850. The

Girls Poor School is now known as The Gatehouse.

Wardell also built a presbytery on the site in

1856 and at about the same time the founder of the

order, Cornelia Connelly, received permission from

the Catholic church hierarchy to build a training college,

which was built to the south of the girls Poor

School. Now known as ‘Gothic House’ this building

was then named St Michael’s and is a mixture of

styles.

The Training College closed in 1862 and the building

as a whole became the Middle School. In 1883

the Middle School was re-located to Mayfield and

the Junior School moved into the building. At this

time a tunnel was built connecting the building to

the main convent building. In 1914 it is thought that

the northern part of the building was heightened by

a storey.

In 1974 ‘The Society of the Holy Child Jesus’ moved

the whole school to Mayfield and in 1976 the site

was bought for use as a summer language

school.

Stars Football found their permanent home at the

college and all short and long term programs on

offer take place on the campus.

It is likely that the northern part could have been

built originally as part of the school, circa 1849, and

the southern part was built as the training college

circa 1856 as there is a clear change in style.


SECRET TUNNELS and

mystery abound at the campus

- the passageway below

runs from Gothic building to

Kent alongside the Chapel.

Designed to save cold Junior

student’s toes in the winter

when going for meals. We

are currently restoring this

for 21st Century use.

One of our favourite views.

We are fortunate that there are any

surviving photographs of the

campus but we always crave more!

THE FORMAL gardens to

the front of the buildings now

known as Kent and Dickens

were the hub of activity for

the students of old and presently

we are restoring these to

their original splendour.

We have found the original

footpaths, flower beds and

even a flower pot that features

in some of the photos

from 160 years ago!


Cornelia Connelly

Founder, Society of the

Holy Child Jesus

1809 - 1879

Who is Cornelia Connelly?

Wife, mother, convert,

founder of a religious congregation

of sisters, candidate

for sainthood –she is all these

things.

Born within a quarter century

of the end of the American

War for Independence, she

refused to be intimidated by

the strictures of the times and

places in which she lived.

Instead, her educational

principles are carried by the

members of her congregation

from the New World to

the Old World to the Third

World, where they continue

to bear much fruit.

At our campus in St Leonard’s

is where the vision for

the Society of the Holy Child

of Jesus started to bear fruit.

You can feel the history and

presence of the past all over.


LEGACY

THE LEGACY of Cornellia Connelly is seen

across the globe with over 40 countries housing

schools founded on the principles of the Society

of the Holy Child Jesus.

These values reflect modernity of thought and

education for all - she was one of the first people

to teach girls Latin and Greek in the 19th

Century and fostered an environment of care.

Her students thrived with exposure to the Arts

through differing media and performances were

common place at the campus.

Ultimately her life was

particularly sad as she

was subject to a lengthy

court case with her husband

removing her children

from her care under

antiquated chattel rules.

The case reached papal

levels of intervention and

was of huge interest in

the mid 19th Century.

Interestingsly Corenllia also had a huge sporting

legacy insisting that the young ladies in her care

undertook regular and meaningful exercise.

They had a crack field hockey team as you can

see form the picture below and when the first

voluntary inspections of girls boarding schools

took place during the 19th Centruy the inspectors

remarked on the rarity of this approach to

physical educaiton and complimented Cornelias

philosophy.

In essence she was a pioneer in many ways and

this was mainly caused

by the pain she endured

in losing contact

with her children.

In typical fashion she

turned this into a positive

for those around

her and ensured a modern

approach to education

and pastoral

care. Our hope is to

continue that legacy of

forward thinking & care

Records indicate this is Cornelia Connelly and students painting a mural in school Hall


FAM


ILY

FAMILY IS

CENTRAL TO

OUR VALUES

AND BELIEFS.

STUDENTS

DONT JUST

JOIN STARS

FOOTBALL

THEY JOIN

THE STARS

FOOTBALL

FAMILY!


BEACH SOCCER

TRAINING

IN OCTOBER


... IN HASTINGS!


DARYL

WILLARD

NOTES

JOIN

US

TODAY!

Of course our aim is to prepare excellent footballers here on the South

Coast at our fantastic facility but that is not the whole story. We also intend

to produce young men who are ready for a life not as a player. The harsh

reality is that professional football is competitivie and only the elite few will

be lucky enough to make a living from playing the beautiful game. There

are though a 101 jobs in football that keeps the machine oiled from Lawyers

to physios and agents and administrators, media, business consultants and

on and on. When a student joins Stars Football we look at the whole picture

and ensure there is a future in or out of the game.

Dual education and football pathways ensure success for all!


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Resolution:

‘Can I make it as a professional footballer?’

The Stars Football program is designed to bring closure to this question for all students during their

time with us as we push them to understand the true dedication and commitment required to become

a professional athlete.

They will test themselves daily against their peers, they will be exposed to the professional game

through scouts and academy games, they will follow the lifestyle of a professional footballer, they

will learn to push through the mental and pain barriers required to elevate their performance and

they will find in themselves the true answer of whether they have the heart and desire to do so.

This is a very important part of what we do as it means the question is definitively answered and

does not linger on into their mid twenties. Players without the level or desire to follow a pathway into

the professional game when they leave us will be able to comfortably focus on a new phase in their

life and put aside the dreams of making a living playing professional football.


Professional football in England:

Director of football and head coach Daryl Willard

has a vast knowledge of the game in the

UK. His contacts are extensive. We will find

your level and passport and international

honours dependant can place you in trials in

England.

Professional football in Europe:

We are Official partners with top division

teams in Latvia, Georgia and Lithuania which

help us effectively get trials for players with

the potential to be professionals. We choose

these types of countries because if you do

well bigger clubs take note fast!

Semi professional football:

We will look to place players into semi professional

football to gain experience in the

men’s game. It will help you develop quicker

and understand the difference between academy

football and men’s football.

Amateur level:

We have a selection of Amateur men’s teams

that players who need this type of level and

experience can play. For those of you where

semi professional football is a little too soon.


COMPETITIONS


Competitions:

ISFA – Independent schools association

National cup

AOC – A regional and national

league and cup competition for the

Colleges leading the way in sport

Sussex County U19 league and cup –

Elite colleges in Sussex

MIC Tournament Spain – One of the

Elite youth tournaments in Europe

with the likes of Barcelona FC, Espanyol

FC, Malaga FC all competing

in the U19 competition.

Other competitive matches:

Friendlies against professional football

clubs U18s from Premier League

down

Friendlies against semi professional

clubs across the country

Opportunity to sign for a semi professional

club and play men’s football

on Saturdays to develop further

in a competitive environment


INTERNATIONAL

EACH EASTER all students have the

opportunity to play in the world famous

MIC tournament in Spain.

international team through to the knock

out stages as group winners leaving

Shaktar Donetsk in his wake.

In recent years teams such as Tottenham,

Manchester United, Shaktar Donetsk,

Villareal and of course Real Madrid and

Barcelona have sent Youth teams to

compete in this high level tournament.

Daryl has successfully coached an

This tournament is a great opportunity

to put the boys in front of talent scouts

from across Europe and for them to test

themselves against the very best from

Europes top Youth Leagues and the rest

of the world.


TOURNAMENT

MIC - SPAIN

AT A GLANCE:

• 700 football matches in 5 days.

• More than 5.000 participants.

• Around 220.000 viewers.

• Live matches on TV and Internet

and app

• 24 towns involved.

• 33 stadiums.

• More than 250 teams representing

42 nationalities from 5 continents.

• Staffed with more than 300 people.


When you arrive to begin your journey with Stars football

you will receive your training kit and your own peg in the

changing room. You can begin to make yourself at home and

make it your own.

Go next door to collect your boots from the boot room and get

prepared to train.

As you take your seat staring out onto the full size grass

pitch, you can visualise the life of the footballer. Next to our

pitch is a brand new 5 a side area as well as an area for Goal

keepers to train.

Our strength and conditioning coach will take you through

the warm up and coordination work to prepare you for the

session ahead. A pre activation area can be used.

From the football pitches you can take a few small steps onto

the football tennis courts.

After training, we have the nice cold ice baths to repair those

tears in the muscles and prevent injuries. Can you do this?

We have full use of a state of the art Gymnasium and swimming

pool.

During your down time, we have tennis courts, basketball

courts, and a games room which includes, table tennis and a

pool table. We also have a cinema room where we can watch

films and live football and play FIFA on the PS4!

All home and away matches are recorded with players receiving

their very own clips to build your CV. All games are

analysed during the week in the tech suite where we encourage

the players to get involved and take responsibility. What

could you do different? Maybe another system of play?


FACILITIES


GOALKEEPER

SPECIALIST UNIT

GOAL KEEPING AREA

AGILITY SUITE

REACTION BOARD

ANALYSIS ROOM

BIOMETRIC CIRCUIT


CAMPUS

FACILITIES

TWO TRAINING PITCHES

42 CLASSROOMS

MODERN CHANGING ROOMS

12 ACRES OF GROUNDS

FIVE BOARDING HOUSES

CINEMA ROOM

ANALYSIS ROOMS

TENNIS COURTS

SWIMMING POOL

LANGUAGE SUITE

HEAD TENNIS COURT

VOLLEYBALL COURT

GYMNASIUM

YOGA STUDIO

PHYSIO ROOMS

ICE BATHS

COMMON ROOM

LIBRARY

CHAPEL


Due to our extensive variety of

contacts here all over the world at

Stars Football, we are constantly

securing trials at professional clubs

for our players. We will do everything

we can to support the players

ALU

PLAYER A

Played in European Premier League at

the age of 19, scoring goals and turning

heads of the top teams in the country.


MNI

while they are trialling with their

prospective team, however once

they take to the field it is down to

them to impress. These players that

have worked with Daryl and Alex in

the past did just that –

PLAYER B

Played in European Premier League at

the age of 19 and offered

long term contract


HALF TERM

PROGRAMS

THROUGHOUT THE YEAR Stars Football offers a selection

of half term and holiday programs for our full

time students and for any other students that want to

attend a short term program during the vacation period.

The tone changes and embraces a real balance between

full time football training and recreation. In the most recent

breaks we have been trampolining, bowling, visited

the cinema, swimming, watched professional football

matches and also semi pro games live. We have eaten out

at Nando’s, Frankie & Bennys had fish and chips, pizza

and McDonalds amongst others and of course the obligatory

half time burger at the game.

We always start a recreationa and football week with

a bang and help the students transisiton from school

mode to holiday. A meal out, a game and an activity to

start the week in style helps set the tone.

The football training is iof intense but proportionate

and is spread over the week in balanced segments on the

pitch and with two competitive matches taking place too.

The players also enjoy some classroom sessions with our

tactics guru Alex during their week. These are invaluable

- one of the short term visitors from another school,

a boy on our February half term week, said he learned

more in five minutes with Alex than he had all term

about how to play his postion from his school coach.

In these sessions they learn about how the top players

position themselves and how managers prepare and finesse

their teams with pre match instructions and tactical

input.Things that our full time boys are used to in

their weekly tactics lessons.

Time

7:30

8:20

9:30-11:00

11:00-11:30

11:30-13:00

13:00-14:00

14:00-15:00

15:00-15:30

15:30-18:30

18:30-19:30

19:30-21:00

21:00-21:30

21:30 -22:30

Saturday

Arrivals

Meet & Greet

Rooming

Lunch

Football Golf

Fish ‘N Chips

Champions

League Final TV

Ready for Bed

Sunday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

Training

Eastbourne

Borough FC

Lunch

Training

Eastbourne

Borough FC

Sunday Roast

Homework and

Relax

Ready for Bed

Monday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

MATCH

Eastbourne

Borough FC

Lunch

Cool Down

Rest Period

Dinner

Cinema

Ready for Bed

Tuesday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

Beach Football

Camber Sands

Lunch

Classroom:

Post Match

Analysis

Dinner

Skate Park

Ready for Bed

Wednesday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

Brighton Day

Trip

including:

Lunch,

Pier Rides,

Shopping,

Brighton FC

Stadium Visit

Nando’s

FIFA Tourney

Ready for Bed

Thursday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

Training

Lunch

Classroom:

Pre Match

Analysis

Dinner

Homework and

Relax

Ready for Bed

Friday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

MATCH

Eastbourne

Borough FC

Lunch

Cool Down

Post Match

Analysis

Dinner

Movie Night

Ready for Bed

SUMMER HALF TERM FOOTBALL CAMP

SATURDAY 26TH MAY TO 3RD JUNE 2018

EMAIL GM@STARSFOOTBALL.CO.UK WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR TO BOOK YOUR PLACE

Time

7:30

8:20

9:30-11:00

11:00-11:30

11:30-13:00

13:00-14:00

14:00-15:00

15:00-15:30

15:30-18:30

18:30-19:30

19:30-21:00

21:00-21:30

21:30 -22:30

Saturday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

Full Day Out

Wembley

Stadium

England

v Nigeria

World Cup

Warm Up

Dinner

Ready for Bed

Sunday

Rise and Shine

Breakfast

Farewells

- Price per student £875

- UEFA PRO qualified Director of Football

- Fully Inclusive

- All staff are Enhanced DBS checked

- Enclosed Private 12 acre campus

- Camp football shirt included

- Transfers Available

Program Provided by

Stars Football Academy

under the direction of

Daryl Willard UEFA

PRO coach at our

private 12 acre campus:

The College of The Holy

Child,

Magdalen Road,

Hastings,

East Sussex

TN37 6EG

00 44 1424 247 540


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RELIGION

Stars Football key philosophy is the tolerance of each others religious beliefs and respect for those

beliefs. We happily welcome students and families of all faiths to our campus.

Our outlook is that religion is a personal matter for each individual and family to celebrate as they

prefer and as program leaders our job is to facilitate worship through organised attendance to formal

sites of religious engagement and to encourage personal religious reflection.


We take the responsibility of spiritual instruction for our students very seriously. Our campus

was originally founded to provide a home for religious study in 1834 and benefits from

the historic Augustus Pugin designed private Chapel where opportunities for reflection and

contemplation abound.

The staff will always work with families to make sure this part of your child’s life is respected

and your general and individual preferences adhered to. We are experienced in understanding

the different needs of multiple faiths and can readily accommodate your requirements.


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AS A PARENT one of the hardest decisions is where to

place your child for their education. Is home better than

abroad, which school offers the best pathway, how do

you know who’s advice to trust?

Once the decision is made for an overseas school we are

able to help you and your education agent through the

minefield of school selection and placement with real

experience on the ground. Our inside knowledge of UK

schools and education establishments means we can get

a really good idea of where a child will fit quite early on

in our assessment process with you and streamline recommendations

that will suit your family.

Many of our children come with strong objectives and

plans for the future beyond football or music or art and

we see our job as helping the parents and agent to develop

a strong pathway through English education to

achieve these goals and progress to great universities.

The youngest children need additional support and there

must be strong communication between the school and

the family. We help facilitate this and get involved in

things such as school unifrom and book purchases, identifying

trips and activity programs that would benefit the

child and working with school pastoral teams to ensure

the child is supported and performing in a stimulating

environment. We also attend parents evenings to meet

teachers and get individual subject feedback for parents.

As children get older their needs change dramatically

and our role tends to become more of a remote education

mangement scenario - attending parents evenings

occassionally and interacting with the students directly

from time to time to make sure they are outlining and

achieving goals. Of course the schools are epxerts at developing

the children and independent teenagers will

communicate with their academic leaders directly.

GENERAL UK

EDUCATION

ADVICE

WE ATTEND SOME OF THE LARGEST EDUCATION FAIRS IN THE WORLD MEETING SCHOOLS AND AGENTS

WE ATTEND top education conferences across

the globe to meet other schools and agents and to

renew aquaintance with old friends in the education

sector we have worked with over the years.

It is crucial for us to be up to date on all the requirements

of students from different countries and this

is a great way for us to have formal and informal

meetings with experts to ensure we always hit the

brief of families with different needs.

An important part of the education of young people

is being able to respond to change and keeping

up to date with developments in the sector. This

allows us to keep our finger firmly on the pulse and

bring all the best bits home.

ALPHE - ICEF - STUDYWORLD

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SAMI AND MICHAEL WAITING FOR THE TEAM SHEET TO BE PINNED UP FOR THE BIG MATCH!

THE LIKELY LADS - A GROUP OF OUR YOUNGER PLAYERS AFTER TRAINING AT OUR HALF TERM PROGRAM

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SELECTION IN NIGERIA NOVEMBER 2018 - 8,000 PLAYERS - 3 CLUBS - 4 CHOSEN FOR EUROPE

SELECTION NIGERIA

2018, LAGOS- AGEGE

ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of our year is when

we are asked to visit a country and run a

selection or trials event. We arrange the football

side and bring talent scouts and clubs with us

from across Europe.

Last November we were fortunate enough to

be asked to co-ordinate the trials on behalf

of one of Nigeria’s biggest music companies

Irukka in Lagos.

In association with Paris Saint Germain

Academy they had arranged regional trials

involving some 8,000 people across the

country and we came to town for finals week

bringing club managers, academy directors

and agents for the final selection in Lagos.

Over four days our team of European scouts and

football decision makers took notes and whittled

down the players. Four were ultimately selected for

further trials in Europe and have the opportunity to

go on and make a name for themselves in the world

of professional football.

Stars Football is happy to come and work in any

country across the globe to coach, train and

trial players. Our network is extensive and our

partnerships diverse meaning we can always fit a

solution to any event.

SELECTION IN NIGERIA NOVEMBER 2018 - 8,000 PLAYERS - 3 CLUBS - 4 CHOSEN FOR EUROPE


SELECTION IN NIGERIA NOVEMBER 2018 - 8,000 PLAYERS - 3 CLUBS - 4 CHOSEN FOR EUROPE

SELECTION IN NIGERIA NOVEMBER 2018 - 8,000 PLAYERS - 3 CLUBS - 4 CHOSEN FOR EUROPE


simon wentworth

+44 7398 212 297

Info@starsfootball.co.uk

Alex mccarthy

+44 7733 303 666

gm@starsfootball.co.uk

Daryl Willard

+44 7733 303 666

dw@starsfootball.co.uk

College of the Holy Child, Magdalen road,

St Leonards on Sea, TN37 6eg, East Sussex

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