What We Offer

Working with Primary Sports

Extended Provision

Breakfast Clubs – build relationships between parents and school; engagement of children prior to start of school day; schools have highlighted the link between this programme and children’s performance in the classroom

Lunchtime provision – we work alongside mealtime assistants to cater for a range of activities for the children to do, such as Young Leaders/Ambassadors programmes, inter-class competitions, circuit training focusing on fun, running clubs

After-school clubs – a wide range of traditional and non-traditional sports focusing on participation, Gifted and Talented, school sports teams, Young Leaders. 

After-school Clubs

Example of clubs that we offer:

  • Lacrosse
  • Tchoukball
  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Invasion – Netball, Tag Rugby, Football, Uni-hoc, Quicksticks, Dodgeball
  • Striking and Fielding – Cricket, Rounders, Baseball, Softball
  • Net and Wall – Tennis, Badminton

KS1 Multi-skills – Focus on ‘Fundamentals of Sport’ such as Agility, Balance, Co-ordination and Speed... which follow the long term Athlete Development Model set out in all national sports governing bodies (LTAD)

KS2 Mulit-games that have an invasion focus – Attacking and Defending Principles, Tactical Awareness, Leadership and Organisation Skills are introduced.

Foundation Fun Games – This club focuses on the Development Matters Scheme, aimed at helping the physical development of each individual child.

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