Activity Camps

Running for 25 years, Fit For Sport's Activity Camps are designed to engage all children through multi-sports, games, arts and crafts so that they can make friends and keep active throughout the holiday!

Fit For Sport's Ofsted-registered Activity Camps are run by trained professionals to provide school holiday childcare within a safe, supportive and fun environment.

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Active Schools

The Active Schools programme has been running for over 25 years and can support your staff in developing a fully inclusive, active programme to ensure all children engage in the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity per day. Developed in line with Ofsted requirements, Fit For Sport will work to support your school to deliver all aspects of PE, Active Lunchtimes, Extended Schools and school sports. We also provide resources and systems to monitor activity levels of all pupils through the free Healthy Active Schools System

Find out how we can support your school

Active Schools

Extended School Day

Fit For Sport have been providing OFSTED registered before and after school provision in primary schools for 25 years. Running every day during term time, the Extended School Clubs are designed to engage all children in multi-sports, games, arts and crafts to keep them active throughout the school day!

Book your child into an extended school day here

Training

Fit For Sport have been delivering training programmes for 25 years and are the leading training provider for anyone wanting to engage children / young people through physical activity and provide vital skills and qualifications to work with young people through physical activity and sports. The dedicated training team deliver accredited and non-accredited open courses and bespoke programmes for your organisations.

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From our blog

Supporting the Children’s Activity Professional

  • Written by Jack Shakespeare on Wednesday 6 January 2016
Supporting the Children’s Activity Professional

The current statistics on daily average screen time for children (outside of normal school hours) is six and a half hours, more than twice as much compared to 1995. This gets higher as children move into adolescence (up to eight hours a day for teenage boys) and just 16% of girls and 21% of boys aged 5 – 18 years old are getting enough physical activity to maintain a healthy lifestyle*.


We have a problem; not that we are going to underperform at the 2036 Olympics, but by the time 2036 comes round we may have a completely inactive generation and there isn’t a world record or Olympic medal that will be able to plaster over the cracks that this will cause across our healthcare and education systems – the financial and social impacts alone will be devastating.