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Fowler education football academy

Robbie Fowler’s Football Education Academy (FEFA) has a new partnership with Rainhill Sixth to offer a great package of education and sports training. The partnership will allow both male students to now study A-levels or other vocational qualifications alongside their football training.

WHO ARE FEFA?

Launched in 2015 by former Liverpool and England striker, Robbie Fowler, FEFA’s academic results are already impressive. FEFA have, in the past received glowing report from OFSTED and Pearson qualifications. Last year, four out of five students who attended FEFA progressed to their University of choice, with a suite of excellent qualifications and quality training.

WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS WITH RAINHILL SIXTH AND FEFA?

There are two routes of study on offer with the partnership between FEFA and Rainhill Sixth:

ROUTE 1:

Male students – Study at Rainhill Sixth and access a bespoke package of training and match play from FEFA. Students need to achieve Rainhill Sixth entry requirement for the courses they wish to study.

ROUTE 2:

Study at FEFA full time to gain BTEC coaching and sports based qualifications whilst engaging in a comprehensive programme of football.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF RAINHILL SIXTH AND FEFA?

Competition amongst academy-age players in England is intense. Only 1 in 200 youngsters nationally will be offered full-time professional contract. By teaming up with Rainhilll Sixth, FEFA aims to ensure that young players are educated and equipped for the many alternative careers on offer in football and the wider sports and leisure industry. To offer the support with football and the studies at Rainhill Sixth really is a rare package this partnership offers.

“This partnership will help us take it to the next level. It means we can offer even more choice in terms of qualifications. The expertise we have both on the football and education side really benefits the kids. We’re trying to create pathways, whether that’s through sport or education, and this link up will only enhance that.”

Robbie Fowler, Former Liverpool and England Footballer