The Fun Stars Multi-Sport Programme provides primary school aged young people (KS1/2) with fundamental sports skills and improved physical competence.
We use a wide variety of activities emphasising fun, enjoyment and a sense of achievement. Pupils develop their physical literacy and an understanding of the relationship between exercise and well-being in a format that supports the schools P.E. curriculum.
The programme introduces a healthy, but sensitive approach to competition through Agility; Balance; Coordination; Running; Stopping; Jumping; Aiming; Throwing; Catching; Striking; Chasing; Dodging and Skipping inputs.
Bristol Rugby Community Foundation always endeavour to work with schools to find a format of delivery that takes into account the size of the school and resources available at that school. For example:
A breakfast club (45 minutes) followed by two hours in-curriculum coaching with two coaches per class or this could be split into 3 x 40 minute sessions followed by a lunchtime club.
Two hours in-curriculum coaching, with two coaches per class, often split into 3 x 40 minute sessions, followed by an after-school club.
What do the schools think?
"The sessions were very useful to me, watching sports professionals work with my class - I learnt some great techiniques and will defineitely be more confident delivering indoor PE sessions."
For further information on, or if you would like to get your school involved with the Fun Stars Multi-Sport programme, please contact Ben Breeze on 0117 9581641 or firstname.lastname@example.org.