"The course provides students with a different way of learning as most of the work is done using brand new IMAC computers," said project coach Harry Orgee.
"It is great for teaching them life skills in a professional sporting environment, and they have responded fantastically working through tough tasks such as designing and delivering practical coaching sessions to their peers."
Project coordinator Simon Lane said: "The graduation is a great event and a chance to showcase some of the work they have done, the children get so much from the project, and the difference is evident and pleasing to see.
"It would not be possible without the sponsorship from Worcester Community Housing and the valuable support from West Mercia Police."
Welsh International Matthew Jones was on hand to chat with the children and hand out certificates and awards.