Schools are demonstrating their commitment to pupil health and enriching their extracurricular offering with fun, expert-led sports and physical activity clubs.
Our before and after-school clubs keep kids active, promote learning (in and out of the classroom) and boost confidence. This improves sporting participation and helps children of all interests and abilities to find an activity they love.
Our activity professionals are trained to the highest industry standards, and deliver more than 30 different sports and activities and can tailor our programme to the needs of your school. It’s easier than you think to add archery, try tag rugby, or give gymnastics a go!
Try it for less! Our limited offer entitles schools to new extra-curricular clubs half price, for an entire half term.
Thanks to our high quality coaching, children will have the chance to try new sports and activities for the first time. After school clubs give pupils a vital opportunity to get active and enjoy a healthy lifestyle, and there are other benefits too:
Adored by millions of fans, and loved by children across the country, football is our most popular after-school club.
From the building blocks of agility, balance and co-ordination to complex sequences, our clubs can provide it all.
This energetic team game has caused P.E. pandemonium for years. Now you can add it to the after-school mix.
Thanks to our partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association, our coaches are ready to deliver after-school tennis.
With big teams, plastic sticks and tennis balls, Hockey is as inclusive as sport comes. See what our clubs offer.
It’s Rugby, without the bumps and bruises. Our Tag Rugby clubs make for an exciting game for all participants.
So much more!
Baseball, Basketball, Netball, Handball, Archery, Fencing, Cricket, Tri Golf, Volleyball and Table Tennis.
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Breakfast clubs and after-school clubs not only give kids the opportunity to get active before and after school, but they’re also a lifeline for busy parents, allowing them to do the school run and make it to work on time.
How physical activity in primary school
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Physical activity benefits pupils far beyond the the sports hall, with regular exercise improving everything from concentration to behaviour, it has been found to positively impact grades and test results.
Extracurricular clubs for your pupils
If you’re a parent, making an enquiry about activities for your child, please enquire here.