Aspire 2Be partner with St Helens R.F.C. and SCDF

Aspire 2Be, a multi award winning learning technology company, this week announced the signing of a key partnership with St Helens R.F.C. and the Saints Community Development Foundation. St Helens R.F.C. professional rugby league side, are current Challenge Cup winners and Super League Champions, following one of their most successful seasons yet. Pivotal to that success was player Regan Grace, who is also Digital Skills ambassador for Aspire 2Be. Following the positive relationship between Grace and Aspire 2Be, the partnership with St Helens comes as a natural progression, and Grace will be central to this proud partnership.

Aspire 2Be will be working together with St Helens to offer key services into schools and education facilities in the region. With a broad portfolio of learning and development tools, resources and platforms, and as a Professional Development Partner for Apple, Google and Microsoft, Aspire 2Be are ideally placed to provide training, CPD and support into schools in these unprecedented times.

Aspire 2Be will be working closely with St Helens, utilising their excellent community links to introduce digital learning opportunities which will serve the educational environment and enhance teaching and learning across the curriculum, thus enriching the learning experience for pupils and teachers alike within the local and surrounding community.

“We are extremely excited about how we can support schools on their digital change and professional development journeys going forward,” comments Aspire 2Be Managing Director, Simon Pridham, “we are very proud to be working with such an iconic sports club such as St Helens, who have such a strong commitment to their local community. We are proud to be part of the incredible relationship between Saints and the St Helens community going forward.”

Chris Chamberlain, Saints Project and Finance Manager comments; “This is a ground breaking partnership and we are excited about working with Aspire 2Be, bringing a unique digital skills offer to St Helens. This project will support the local community by supporting schools with digital change and their professional development.”