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Healthy Breakfast Ideas

When Action on Sugar analysed 126 kinds of cereal, 92% of cereals marketed toward children still contain high or medium levels of sugar and more than one in two kinds of cereal are at least medium in salt, with Malt O Meal Marshmallow Mateys containing 0.5g per serve – equivalent to eating 1 ½ bags of ready salted crisps. (

The Government guidance is that children aged:

  • 4-6years shouldn’t have more than 5 cubes of sugar (20g) a day
  • 7-10 years no more than 6 cubes (24g) a day
  • 11years+ no more than 7 cubes (28g) a day

Cereal is often the quickest and easiest choice when we are rushing to get our children out the door or ready to begin the day. Just as a car needs fuel our bodies need food to run, but, some foods can help us become strong and healthy and some do not. So let’s make healthy choices and help our children start their day the right way with some of our healthy breakfast ideas:

  1. Porridge- this will provide children (and ourselves) with loads more energy than a bowl of cereal and not only that but we will not get the big burst of energy followed by a massive dip as the sugary cereal would have given us, this will provide us with a more constant flow of energy. How will you jazz up your bowl of porridge? Banana? Cinnamon? Berries?
  2. Overnight Oats – These jars of oats have become increasingly popular. Remember to do these before you go to bed and make the mornings a breeze. Just mix up the below ingredients (in a bowl or jar) and leave in the fridge overnight. These will then be ready for you to add your favourite fruit to in the morning.


  • 1.5 cups oats (150g)
  • 1.5 cups milk (300ml) – use a dairy alternative if needed
  • 30g milled flaxseeds
  • 30g desiccated coconut (optional)
  • 20g chia seeds
  • 1 tsp cinnamon (this adds to its antioxidant score!)
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence (optional)
  1. Quick and easy banana pancakes. These will soon become a family favourite and soon the kids will be making them themselves. It is as simple as mashing up one banana and adding two eggs. Add a pinch of baking powder for extra fluffiness and a teaspoon of vanilla essence for extra flavour. Pour a little mixture into a heated frying pan with a splash of oil and hey presto! Complete with your favourite toppings.

Home Activity | Breathing Colours for Blue Monday

  • Written by Oisin Fahim on Friday 7 January 2022 in the category Active Families.

It's important during this time of year to focus on your wellbeing, especially with Blue Monday just around the corner.

That's why we're bringing a range of colours your way that will help to brighten your mood and encourage you to practice mindfulness. Follow our steps below on how to... Breathing Colours.

  1. Have your family sit down together
  2. Get everyone to think of a relaxing colour. This can be any colour you like, as long as it makes you feel calm and relaxed
  3. Imagine that the world around you is in this relaxing colour - the air should no longer be clear, it should be in your colour
  4. Now as you breathe in, think of this colour and imagine that it is filling your lungs
  5. When you breathe out, breathe out any stress, sadness and/or anger
  6. Watch as the colour of your stresses mix with your relaxation colour. Your stress colours will now slowly disappear
  7. Breathe in your relaxing colour
  8. Breathe out your stress colour

Repeat this for 5 minutes.

Home Activity | Big Garden Birdwatch

  • Written by Oisin Fahim on Friday 7 January 2022 in the category Active Families.

Supported by the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds), we're excited for the upcoming Big Garden Birdwatch weekend!

Throughout January, we have scheduled a range of nature-based activities that will keep children active at our Extended School Clubs. But now, it's your chance to get the whole family involved!

Take a look below to see what type of activities you can do at home or at your local park:

Whether you want to get out now or wait for the big weekend to commence (29th & 30th January), here are some benefits these activities will bring:

  • Gets you out and about
  • Opportunity to learn about the different species of birds
  • Great way to keep active
  • You might discover a new hobby/interest

New Booking System Live

  • Written by Oisin Fahim on Thursday 21 May 2020 in the category News.

New Book System

Fit For Sport are delighted to announce Autumn bookings for Extended Schools are now Live!

If you haven't done so already, please ensure that you complete your registration so that you are able to secure bookings as soon as schools return to normal.

Please note that you are also able to reserve your child(ren)'s places for September and the whole Autumn Term by simply paying a deposit of £1.00, utilising the new monthly instalment plan. This enables you to secure your bookings without having to pay up front, ensuring flexibility and providing you with peace of mind that your future childcare is secured without having to pay for the whole term.

To make this transition as smooth as possible we have created an account for every parent/guardian on the new booking system.

To complete your registration please visit and select 'forgot your password'.

You will then be asked to enter your email address before clicking on the reset password option and following the instructions to set your new desired password.

Once you are logged in, you will need to fill out the fields required to complete your registration process. Note that it's vital for you to select your preferred venue(s)/centre(s) in order to make bookings for them.

Finally, please ensure you check contact details, children’s names and school information is all correct.

To assist you further, the video link below provides a step-by-step guide on registering your new account.

"How to create an account"

When your account has been created you will be able to access additional “How To” videos by clicking on the help button located in the top right hand corner of your homepage.

Here's just a reminder of the benefits of our new booking portal:
•    Fully self-service mobile friendly booking portal
•    Full Access 24/7 to all your account information which enables updating of  details quickly and easily
•    Ability to pay by monthly instalments
•    Ability to make changes to existing bookings online
•    Ability to cancel bookings online

Booking Help Required? Check out our helpful video tutorials which ensure securing your child's spot is a quick and easy process!

WATCH: How to create an account 

WATCH: How to make weekly bookings

WATCH: How to make an ad-hoc or regular booking

If you have any queries or would like any further assistance with account creation or registering your child(ren) please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at [email protected] or call our friendly customer service team on 020 8742 4990.

COVID 19 - Latest Update

  • Written by Oisin Fahim on Thursday 21 May 2020 in the category News.




Coronavirus (COVID-19) Latest Update: Thank you for visiting Fit For Sport, at this time we would like to extend our best wishes to all families and hope that everyone remains safe and healthy. Fit For Sport are currently operating a limited service at a number of schools for Key Worker & vulnerable families. Our fantastic Activity Team have been uniting with the nation to ensure we are doing everything we can to help in these unprecedented times. You can check out our Keeping Key Worker & London Families Active Case Study where you’ll find out exactly how and what we’ve been up to at Fit For Sport during this lockdown period.

SUMMER CAMP BOOKINGS AVAILABLE NOW! - As the UK market leader in children’s activity camps, we are committed to running as many of our Summer Camps as possible. Following Fit For Sport’s recent survey which found that over 88% of our parents would like their children to attend Summer Camps, and in accordance with recent government guidance we are delighted to announce that bookings for Summer Camps are now open! Our website has now been updated with the current list of available Summer venues where you can find your local camp here. All camps will be running in accordance with refined measures to ensure the safety of all staff, families and schools. You can more informtion via our Holiday Camp Drop down at the top of the page where you will a detailed view of our Safe Practice Guidance, Safety Measures & Checklists and FAQ's. We look forward to welcoming your child to one of our camps this summer where the focus will be on being active, having fun and staying healthy! More venues to be confirmed shortly! Watch this space....


Secure your spot at your local Extended Schools Club now as Autumn Term Bookings are now Live! Book now at:

We are working with each school individually to ensure we are aligned to the specific school requirements, adaptations, and facilities available, to continue to provide safe, fun clubs for your children. You can read our new Safe Practice Guidance which will be in operation across all our Extended School Clubs by clicking here.

As you can imagine, there are some changes in a number of schools to term dates, collection points, facilities, timings and logistics, to ensure we work with the school bubbles and operational requirements. We continue to update our systems (website and booking system) therefore please note some booking times and availability may change.

We look forward to welcoming you back to an Fit For Sport Extended School Club at your school in the new Academic Year!

Need to contact us? Following the government's recent request for people to work remotely as a result of the COVID-19 PANDEMIC, our customer service team will now operate between the hours of 9 am-5 pm Monday – Friday until further notice. Due to the volume of enquires we are receiving during this time, we ask you to contact us at [email protected] and we will reply to you as soon as possible.

78% of UK children failing to meet recommended fitness levels

78% of UK children failing to meet recommended fitness levels

Press release:

Fit For Sport, the UK’s leaders in engaging and educating children and young people through physical activity, have revealed that a worrying 78% of primary school pupils across the UK measured through their Healthy Active Schools System (HASS) are failing to meet the recommended fitness levels for their age group.

The leading childcare activity provider launched HASS back in January 2017 in a bid to tackle inactivity amongst primary school pupils, with an estimated one in three children in the UK beginning secondary school as obese.

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