For School Athletes

Scholar Athlete support programme

Provides young athletes with a year-round medical care plan to help keep them free from injury and perform at their highest levels.

Price £300 per academic year

Comprehensive initial physiotherapy assessment

  • Musculoskeletal screen to assess for existing injuries
  • Sport specific movement assessment for future injury prevention and the promotion of high performance
  • Health assessment to look at wider medical issues in the young athlete including recovery, nutrition and mental wellbeing
  • Feedback from the assessment including an Injury Prevention Programme to maintain health,  fitness whilst also developing performance levels

Two further review physiotherapy assessments 

  • To be conducted in terms 2 and 3 of the academic year
  • This will include a musculoskeletal assessment following on from the initial screen with progression of the Injury Prevention and Performance Programme

Online support throughout the academic year

  • Email access directly to the clinician managing your case
  • Communication as appropriate with schools and clubs

Discounted sessions

  • 20% discount on all physiotherapy, soft tissue therapy, sports psychology and strength & conditioning appointments at GoPerform
  • We also accept referrals through private medical insurance for physiotherapy treatment
  • Discounted nutritional supplements

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Specialist Sports Science Department

Using our experience of working in professional and elite sport, we put programmes in place to help develop performance levels in the young athlete.

Price Prices depend on the bespoke needs of the individual.

These may include:

Movement Competency Testing

Performance Testing

Including aerobic fitness profiling, speed gate testing for acceleration and multi-directional movement, computerised jump testing, wattbike power output testing.

Individual/Group Strength & Conditioning

Sports Psychology Consultations and Coaching

Educational Field Trips

Immersive learning opportunities for A Level and BTEC students.

Price £POA

We offer A'Level and BTEC students the chance to practically experience components of their syllabus. Typically a visit lasts 2 hours and caters for a group of up to 15 students. These sessions are tailored to the needs of each group and can include elements from:

Movement Screening, Exercise Prescription, VO2 Max Testing, Blood Lactate Testing, Speed Tests, Jump Tests, Watt Bike Power Output, Capacity Testing , Program Design, Injury Management and Mental Health in the Young Athlete. 

There is also the opportunity for students to try out some of our specialist equipment including the Anti-Gravity Treadmill, GameReady, Normatec and Altitude Systems. 

*All members of GP staff are DBS checked. 

Our experts

Luke Anthony | Clinical Director & Physiotherapist at GoPerform

Luke Anthony

Clinical Director & Physiotherapy

MCSP, HCPC, AACP, BSc (Hons), MSc (Sports Physiotherapy)

Luke is a highly respected MSK Physiotherapist with 19 years of experience working full time in professional sport. Having qualified from Kings College London in 1996 he went on to work at The Royal London Hospital before joining Watford football club going on to lead the medical department.  

He obtained a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy from University College London before moving on to work as first team physiotherapist at Gloucester Rugby. Luke joined Reading FC in 2007 where he became Head of Sports Medicine.  His most recent role was with Norwich City as Injury Prevention Specialist.  

Dan Buchanan | Soft Tissue & Performance Therapy at GoPerform

Dan Buchanan

Soft Tissue & Performance Therapy

BSc (Hons), BTEC (5), BASRAT-reg, MSMA

Dan is an experienced sport rehabilitator and soft tissue therapist. He has 15 years of experience working across a variety of sports, including Rugby, Hockey, Ice Hockey and most recently with Reading FC and Derby County FC.

Dan is a BASRaT registered Graduate Sport Rehabilitator. After completing his Sport Rehabilitation degree in 2003 he went on to develop a specialism in soft tissue and performance therapy. He enjoys the challenge of working with a range of people from elite athletes through to individuals living with pain and chronic health conditions. As a Regional Director of the Sports Massage Association he is committed to improving the quality of Soft Tissue Therapy provision in the UK.

Tristan Baker | Head of Performance at GoPerform

Tristan Baker

Head of Performance

BSc, MSc (Strength & Conditioning), ASCC, CSCS

Tristan heads up our athletic performance department, he is a Loughborough University Sports Science graduate with an MSc in Strength and Conditioning from St Mary's University. 

Tristan has coached national and international athletes competing in Football, Formula 1, Athletics and Lacrosse as well as amateurs and professionals in Mixed Martial Arts, Rugby and Tennis. He is an accredited member of the UK Strength and Conditioning Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Sarah Holmes

Sarah Holmes


MCSP, HCPC,BSc (Hons), MSc (Sport & Exercise Medicine). ACPSEM (Silver)

Sarah is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with 12 years of experience working across a diverse range of sports. 

During several years with the English Institute of Sport she worked with the GB Triathlon and Fencing teams and also worked in a multi-sports capacity with elite swimming, hockey, athletics, bobsleigh, rugby, para-triathlon, para-rowing and para-athletics. She has also worked with Reading FC, England Men's U19's and continues to work for the FA with the Girls U15-18's development groups. 

Sarah has an additional MSc in Sport and Exercise Medicine and is a ACPSEM Silver Accredited Physiotherapist, she is a member of Reading Athletics Club and a good level distance runner.


Lorna Collins



Lorna is a senior MSK Physiotherapist with over 10 years post-grad experience. She initially combined working in the NHS, with her role at the Reading FC Academy before taking up a role as Head Physiotherapist at Chelsea Ladies FC where she also oversaw the younger age groups. Lorna currently works as a senior physiotherapist at the Police Rehabilitation Centre in Goring alongside her role at GoPerform.  

Lorna has a specific interest in physiotherapy led Pilates and was responsible during her time at Reading FC for delivering a pilates programme to the 1st Team Squad and academy programme. She is an excellent physio, a wonderful team player and an important member of our multi-disciplinary team.