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Our initial programme was launched in 2007 to assist students with learning difficulties by offering fishing related activities as a way back into formal education and learning; in the classroom, on field trips, or a combination of both.

By 2012, mainstream schools were asking to join our programme. It became apparent that our unique provision offered opportunities for young people from a variety of backgrounds and abilities to enjoy learning and gain a wealth of skills through angling.

Today we have upwards of 16 coaches supporting young people at over 30 schools annually across the country.

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Fishing for Schools, The Countryside Alliance Foundation, China Works, Black Prince Road, London, SE1 7SJ

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