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Home Education

5+ year olds Weekly 1 hour sessions Per Month £25 (1 Child) £45 (2 Children) £60 (3 Children)

  • Valley Road

Service Description

FUNdamental Movement skills 4-6 Years Our progressive FUNdamentals programme allows children to develop their movement skills and explore diverse environments through play. "Just as learning your ABCs is necessary for normal literacy, the learning of fundamental movement sport skills is needed for kids to feel good about and enjoy physical activity.“ We will focus on Locomotion, Manipulation and Stabilisation, to develop your child’s physical skills. Core attributes such as agility, balance, catching, climbing, co-ordination, hopping, jumping, kicking, running and turning, which all enhance brain development and builds confidence. FUNdamental SPORTS skills 6-8 Years An introduction to FUNdamental sports skills through modified games to support all pupils.  FUN, multi-sport and a concentration on skill acquisition LEARN TO TRAIN 8-12 Years Focus on the development of engaged and competent pupils. This is a key period in their steady growth in physical and mental capacity. Sports specific skill development and introduction to games. INVASION GAMES Football, Goalball, Handball, Netball, Rugby INDIVIDUAL PURSUITS Athletics, Dance, Fitness, Gymnastics, Judo NET/WALL GAMES Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton STRIKING & FIELDING Baseball, Cricket, Rounders, Softball TARGET GAMES Boccia, Bowling, Kurling Fitness Health Body Composition: The percentage of body weight which is fat, muscle and bone Cardiovascular Fitness: The ability of the heart, lungs and blood to transport oxygen Flexibility: The range of motion (ROM) at a joint Muscular Endurance: The ability to use voluntary muscles repeatedly without tiring Strength: The amount of force a muscle can exert against a resistance SKILL Agility: The ability to change the position of the body quickly and control the movement Balance: The ability to maintain the body’s centre of mass above the base of support Co-ordination: The ability to use two or more body parts together Power: The ability to perform strength performances quickly Reaction: The time taken to respond to a stimulus Speed: The ability to put body parts into motion quickly

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  • Pennine Industrial Park, Valley Road, Hebden Bridge, UK


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