Our dynamic P.E and school sport programmes are specifically designed to enable an increase in participation within physical activity, raise the profile of P.E and school sport, provide children with a broader range of experiences in a variety of sports and finally increase the number of opportunities available to participate within competitive sport.
At the heart of everything Synergy offer is quality, consistency and reliability. Our tailored support programmes are a great way to offer ground-breaking initiatives which are delivered by our highly qualified and experienced P.E and school sport specialists.
We are commited to supporting the Department for Educations vision for Primary P.E and Sport.
P.E CURRICULUM SUPPORT
P.E curriculum support allows our specialists to work alongside your schools teaching staff in order to help raise confidence, subject knowledge and the skills required to deliver and achieve sustainable high quality P.E and school sport.
Our clubs provide the perfect solution to finding that extra hour within the school day. Your children stay at school and enjoy an hour of high intensity sports activity in the safe and familiar environment of their school.
The UK’s first accredited ‘learn to cycle’ programme for children aged between 2 and a half and 6 years old. The programme is a structured course which is available to both nurseries and primary schools.
Our specialists will coach gymnastics in a fun style, within a familiar environment. We would always support participants within the development of new skills through dynamic pulse raising, strength and flexibility exercises.
This superb experience will allow pupils to develop fundamental movement skills and physical fitness while developing the understanding of leadership and sportsmanship through the core values and etiquette that fencing offers.
Box-Fit is exercise based on the training concepts boxers use to keep fit. It combines boxing and exercise with great fun, and is a stress busting activity to suit everyone who wants to enjoy boxing training without actually getting hit.
The aim of Scoot-ability is to use scooters as a fun and active way to revise and reinforce basic pedestrian safety messages. Its a progressive course and has been developed for use during curriculum time, at lunchtime or as an after school club.
The PlayMaker Award is a great introduction into leadership, giving learners the knowledge of how to organise small games and activities that can be used during curricular and extra-curricular time, lunchtimes, breaks, as well as in sports clubs outside school hours.