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The Access to Sports Project is a partner in the EU funded, EGPiS (Encouraging Girls participation in Sport) project. The partners are: University, local government and NGOs from Italy, Sweden, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Turkey and Portugal and in Islington, Mount Carmel School, Highbury Fields and Iseldon Partnership.

The project is designed to develop research and a resource for tackling sporting participation drop off rates amongst girls and young women. This will be done through agreed, shared research models (collectively developed through this project) and delivery of a pilot programme of activities. The target age group for the project is 13-17 years and are working with Mount Carmel, and Highbury Fields Schools in Islington and the Lift Youth Hub as partners for this project. The project will last 2 years. As part of the project we have been working with partners to deliver multi sports, basketball, gym and Fitness, FunFit Females! Netball, Football, Rugby & Tennis to build participation.

Click on the Link to have a look at the EGPiS project website: 


TopFemale Sunday Fun Day

The Female Sunday Fun Day sports event held in December as part of the European funded EGPiS project Was a great success seeing girls and young women take part in an exciting day of multi sports activities.

One of the young women from hackney was the lucky winner of a sports voucher for her participation and commitment in the event.


TopA2S Womens Basketball

Our new U18s women’s basketball team is continuing to go from strength to strength. The team are competing for the first time in the Community Basketball League this season and are improving with every game.

Follow the link to see their very first team interview:


TopGood news stories

Our U12s Mixed Basketball team continue their winning streak and learn more about interviewing on match days, see link to watch:

Our new Archery programme has see a big interest from female participation with 90% of participants who are female.