Swimmers and Coaches wearing the new leggings and tracksuit bottoms
part-funded by the Jack Petchey award for George Lewis
George Lewis was presenterd with the Jack Petchey award on Monday 9th May. The award was presented by Carly and the Jack Petchey Grants Officer, Nikki Casey. Well done George
CharlotteHarris was presented with the Jack Petchey achievement award at the training session on Monday 11th April 2016
Well done Charlotte
June 15th, News update: Head Coach Carly is working hard for her Level 3 Coaching certificate with thanks to the Jack Petchey Foundation Crystal Award. On the 25th October Maldon Sharks along with Maldon Cricket Club attended the Jack Petchey Crystal Awards at the City Hall, London marking the15tAnniversary of the Jack Petchey Foundation
To mark this occasion Maldon Sharks were presented with a £1,500 award in recognition of our work with young people
On Thursday the 1st October Abbie,Jenny and Rachel attended the Jack Petchey Presentation Awards held at the Civic Theatre, where they were each presented with a medal and had their picture taken with the Mayor.
Joshua Cripps was presented with his Jack Petchey award on the 4th October at the training session held at South Woodham Ferrers Leisure Centre.
Joshua has requested that his award is used for the clubs annual social event.
Jenny Harris was presented with the Jack Petchey Achievement Award after the training session at South Woodham Leisure centre on the 7th May.
Rachel Harris was presented with the Jack Petchey achievement award at the training session on Thursday 5th March.2015
Well done Rachel.
Recent Photos of a training session with some of our young people using the land training equipment purchased with the Leader award from the Jack Petchey Foundation
The Jack Petchey Achievement Award scheme was formed to recognise “extreme endeavour and to help young people to help themselves”. Maldon Sharks swimming club has been successful in applying to be able to make achievement awards to its club members under this scheme. We are now able to make a number of awards to individuals within the club during the year. Awards are not necessarily for the fastest swimmer or most popular individuals, but are intended to recognise those young people (aged 11-25) who have demonstrated characteristics such as commitment, hard work, persistence or made a positive contribution to the club and/or other people.
To learn more about the Jack Petchey foundation, visit their website at
Each award winner will receive a framed certificate. The winner will also be given a financial award to be used to fund one or more projects from the current club ‘wish list’.
We'll send out an e-mail to everyone when the club are looking for nominations. Anyone can nominate someone within the club, so please pick up a form from any of the committee or download it from here. When it's nomination time, please leave your nominations in the nominations box which will be out after training sessions.