Isaac volunteers his time with Port Glasgow Otters and Inverclyde Amateur Swimming Club where he helps teach the young people who attend with swimming coaching.
Isaac was also involved during lockdown with the “young start program”. This was a program designed and delivered through a series of online sessions by Scottish disability sport (and funded by the national lottery community fund) to help young athletes with a disability realise their full potential, gain confidence and progress their sporting careers into a more coaching roll.
Isaac continues to help teach and coach children of various ages, water confidence and abilities, techniques and levels of swimming.
In January 2021, Isaac led an online coaching course led by Scottish swimming and gained his level 1 coaching qualification.
He always strives to provide a positive happy environment when he is teaching and coaching with inclusion and equality at the forefront of what he does.
Michael is assistant manager of our S3 football team helping with training, team selection and tactics. He has been instrumental in being a positive role model for other young pupils and has been an excellent support to the PE department at the school. His leadership and communication skills make him an excellent role model for younger pupils and helps to motivate them to participate in school football team. The S3 team made it to the quarter finals of the Paisley and District cup. They are currently 2nd in the league and are striving to make it through to league playoffs this month. Michael’s commitment and enthusiasm is infectious and this allows players of all abilities to enjoy the game and continue to progress their skills and abilities.