Education Programmes

Our Primary Schools programmes has been recognised for its innovation and achievements. From Physical Education(PE) provision to extracurricular clubs, cross-curricular education including intervention and numeracy/literacy. As well as Teacher training in P.E.

Our programme is delivered by experienced and qualified coaches who work with school staff to challenge and reward pupils. We are delighted to offer official partner schools one-of -a – kind experiences and rewards. Our unique celebrating success programme provides recognition to pupils in four areas:

  • Technical
  • Tactical
  • Physical
  • Character

We passionately believe in the positive impact that physical activities and sports have on learning and health and continually strive towards making schools healthier place to be. Contact us for a taster session or request a brochure.

Education Programmes:

Planning Preparation & Assessment(PPA)

Our programme delivers high quality physical education sessions in schools, covering a variety of sports throughout the course of academic year to engage children and improve their social skills along with their health and fitness. Sports include Football, Tag rugby, Hockey, Basketball, Netball, Tennis, cricket, Trigolf, Volleyball,gymnastics and athletics with various themes included with in these activities..

In addition, we offer numeracy and literacy group work during school hours and also lunchtime and/or before or after school clubs.

Healthy Living:

This programme is designed to participants key healthy living messages that are beneficial to their needs and apply to their everyday lives. This programme is delivered with football and cricket. Children will be taught the importance of breakfast, physical activities, water and fruit and vegetables.

Extended Services:

Breakfast, Lunchtime, After school, Holiday camps and saturday mornings.

We offer sports out of school curriculum times to support and enhance the provision offered. Clubs can either focus on football or multi sports activities.

For key stage 1 we operate a 1:8 ratio(coaches to pupil) and 1:16 ratio for key stage 2. Schools need to provide appropriate facilities i.e playground, hall etc; to allow the session to run. Pupil will consolidate existing sports skills and learn new ones while gaining a greater knowledge of games, communication skills, confidence and team working skills.

For breakfast clubs, pupils will also learn the importance of breakfast and the positive effect it has on their concentration, health and fitness both mentally and physically.

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