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Who we are..

We are who we serve. Track Academy is all about the young people we facilitate.
They are at the centre of all we do, and are the reason we exist as a charity.

What we do...

Through athletics, education and mentoring, Track Academy provides an environment in which young people from all walks of life can find direction and purpose for their future. 


Read the latest news from our blog:

Tayla Brade

Tayla Brade

One of Track Academy’s long-standing student athletes is celebrating after graduating from university with a well-earned degree. Tayla Brade received a 2:2 in journalism from the University of the Arts London this summer. Now 22, she first joined Track Academy around...

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Colin Hart on KJT’s chances at the World Championships

Colin Hart on KJT’s chances at the World Championships

Our Colin Hart delves into the World Athletics Championships - will British heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson make it onto the podium? The sprinters, middle distance and distance athletes will, as usual, emerge as the superstars at the World Athletic Championships...

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Reece and Ruth-Ann reach for the stars at county championships

Reece and Ruth-Ann reach for the stars at county championships

Track Academy athlete Reece Earle set a new national record at the Middlesex Outdoor Championships, while his teammate Ruth-Ann Otaruoh picked up both gold and silver medals. Competing at the Lea Valley Athletic Centre, Reece took gold in the under-15 boys’ 200m,...

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Sport for social change

Young people are our future and the environment in which they live undoubtedly influences them.

That’s why at Track Academy we encourage our young people to make positive changes in spite of challenging surroundings. This is empowering and rewarding for the individual, and immensely beneficial for society on the whole. It means that the true potential of our young people can be unlocked and realised.

Education matters

Everybody understands the importance of a good education. However, for some young people the motivation to learn can prove challenging. Through regular education sessions, delivered by empathetic and dedicated tutors, Track Academy helps students stay on track, establishing and reaching their desired goals.

The power of sport

Our athletics programmes enjoy recognition and support from many of the world’s greatest athletes both past and present. At Track Academy we recognise that using sport as a tool for social change really can transform lives.

Confidence, teamwork, preparation, evaluation and much more are all essential components of our sporting programmes.

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A big thank you to our sponsors

Track Academy is extremely grateful for the support of our funders, sponsors and partners.