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CEO Message

Dear members, I hope this message finds you all well and preparing for the “new normal” which will hopefully be with us sooner than later. It has been a very unsettling and unprecedented time. However, we must look forward. The First Minister will conduct her briefing at 12:30pm on the 28th of May tomorrow. This […]

Woman and Girls Fund Project – Sarai Grant, From Beginner to Champion

Inverness High School pupil Sarai Grant, 13, had no intention of going to the female sessions being held in her school in May 2019 when Liam Foy stopped her in the corridor and encouraged her to come along. In addition to being the Head Coach at Highland Boxing Academy, Liam also works at Inverness High […]

Child Wellbeing Virtual Training Workshop Dates

Dear Members, We would like to take the opportunity to update our members with the virtual training that is currently available online and continues to be delivered during this unprecedented period. Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport and Child Wellbeing Officer virtual training courses have been developed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills […]

Scottish Student Sport – Boxing Chair

Scottish Student Sport (SSS), the governing body for student sport in Scotland, is seeking an energetic and committed individual to act as the lead volunteer within Scottish Student Boxing. The Chair will enjoy an excellent opportunity to contribute to a large sports programme and work closely with Boxing Scotland. The selected individual will be a […]

Boxing Scotland Woman and Girls Fund Project

Dear Members, Boxing Scotland is delighted to share with you that more than 1,200 participants in the past year took part in sessions as part of a project to boost female participation. In March 2019, Boxing Scotland was successful in applying for a £13,600 grant from sportscotland’s Woman and Girls Fund. The Fund was set […]

Mental Health Awareness Week Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 18-24 May 2020. The theme is kindness.

Mental health problems can affect anyone, at any time. We believe that mental health is everyone’s business.  So, for one week each May, we campaign around a specific theme for Mental Health Awareness Week.  Since our first Mental Health Awareness Week in 2001, we’ve raised awareness of topics like body image, stress and relationships.   The campaign reaches millions […]