We are delighted to announce that Schools Advisory Service (SAS) have agreed to once again sponsor Wakefield Trinity and feature on the back of the first team shorts!
Schools Advisory Service, who are based in Derbyshire, are the largest insurance services provider to specialise exclusively in the education sector, offering an extensive range of whole school wellbeing services to support the physical and mental health of school staff and their pupils. SAS began insuring schools in 1997 and now work with over 4000 schools nationwide, making them the market leader in Schools and Academies Staff Absence and Maternity and Insurance.
Over 23 years, SAS have built and developed relationships with Schools and Academies, giving them a unique understanding of the clients insurance needs, support service requirements and most importantly how they can support schools to make a difference within their school community. The comprehensive range of whole school wellbeing services compliment the financial security available with their AA+ rated policy, underwritten by the largest insurer in the world. By not only offering wellbeing support when there is an immediate need, but by also enabling staff to identify risk factors and identify stress in their life with proactive care, SAS offer an unrivalled solution focused approach to physical health and mental wellbeing. SAS review and extend their services annually in consultation with schools, to ensure that they continue to provide the most relevant and effective staff absence insurance and whole school wellbeing support available in the UK.
“I am delighted that Schools Advisory Service have continued their sponsorship of the Club,” said Michael Carter, Chief Executive at Wakefield Trinity.
“They continue to provide massive support during these most testing of times and I cannot thank them enough. We have had a fantastic partnership over the last seven years and long may it continue”.
John Brady, Managing Director at SAS, added: “We are proud to have sponsored Wakefield Trinity and to work closely with a team who are passionate about not only their organisation, but also raising awareness and supporting charities which help to make a difference to the community. Now, more than ever, it is important to continue to offer support to those that are most in need. SAS have seen first-hand the positive impact the community support and outreach has had on fans and we are thrilled to be working hand in hand with Wakefield Trinity again for 2021.”
Visit www.schooladvice.co.uk or call 01773 814 400 to find out more about the great services that SAS offer!