In the next of our three part series looking at the three principal charities of the PW7 Foundation, we take a closer look at where it all started for Peter and his football journey and how we hope we can provide the first steps for others to find joy through sports.

Peter attended the King Henry VIII School while growing up in Coventry and it was there where you might say his talent for football first shone through - 100 goals in a season a particular highlight! Now we are delighted to help future generations by supporting the funding of a sports bursary, helping to tackle inequality and seeking to make a difference for youngsters in the local area.

King Henry VIII School is an independent co-educational school for children aged 3-18 and has helped develop the potential of young people across all areas of life - with notable alumni from the worlds of music & drama, science, literature, media, law & politics and sport.

The school has a rich heritage and tradition of academic excellence, which stretches back to 1545, but is also dedicated to staying forward-thinking and quick to adapt in a fast-changing world. They aim to discover each pupil's potential and to ensure that we help our boys and girls to develop fully in an exciting, challenging and supportive environment.

King Henry VIII School was a key part in Peter's story and we hope this bursary will help to play a part in other young people's stories for generations to come.

For more information on King Henry VIII School, please visit their website: