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New Palace Girls Football Academy
 Women's Football News 3 Oct 2008
 
The Priory Sport College and Crystal Palace Ladies FC have launched a Girls Football Academy.
 
The Priory School, a Specialist Sports College in Orpington, Kent, is running a development programme with Crystal Palace Ladies FC that will see the Specialist Sport College creating a direct feed into senior women's football through Crystal Palace Ladies FC.
 
There still remain a few places available for the students to enrol in the current academic year, 2008-09, in the Girls Football Academy and The Priory School and Crystal Palace Ladies FC would like to fill these places. If you interested please contact The Priory School as soon as possible on the following to request a prospectus and application form:
 
The Priory School Contact: Neil Miller, Deputy Head by e-mail: neil.miller@priory.bromley.sch.uk or tel (01689) 819219 or 600841, e-mail: office@priory.bromley.sch.uk.
 
Neil Miller, Deputy Head and Project Director, commented: "This collaboration is a fantastic opportunity for the school and the surrounding community of gifted female footballers. We are truly excited at not only developing the girls' educational potential but also providing a new migration programme through to senior playing level within a squad that plays premiere football.
 
"Crystal Palace Ladies FC is a highly professional club playing at the very top of the women's game so making The Priory the base from which they can develop our younger talent is a unique opportunity for our school."
 
The key aim of the collaboration is to provide a strong educational curriculum for year 12 and 13 students as well as a vibrant football development programme consisting of a comprehensive coaching and playing timetable.
 
Successful applicants can expect to be given a choice of BTEC and NVQ courses that will be incorporated into a syllabus of daily fitness, training, tactical coaching and competitive week day matches.
 
In addition to their educational programme, the players will follow a football training programme which is as follows: Monday, Fitness session: Tuesday, Practical Training: Wednesday, Competitive matches; Thursday, Recovery and Analysis; Friday Practical Training. During the course of the programme they will also be invited to trials for the senior squads of Crystal Palace Ladies FC, with those being successful playing in the Premier Leagues set up on Sundays.
 
All interested students/players should contact Neil Miller, Deputy Head and Project Director on via the details above.

 
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