After school clubs
After school sports clubs are a great way for children to gain confidence and improve their skills. Our specialists follow structured session plans meaning that the children’s learning is effectively planned and prepared by experts. Our teachers and coaches are fully qualified and experienced in working with children of various ages and abilities.
We offer a range of after school activities including multi sports, football, basketball, kwik cricket, tag rugby, netball, Zumba, athletics, gymnastics, ultimate Frisbee, cheerleading, rounders, dance and much more. After school clubs are tailored for each year group to meet the needs of the children and young people.
Lunch time clubs
Many schools use lunchtime clubs as an ideal opportunity for children to enjoy a structured coaching session. Whether this is a training session for a school team, specialist coaching for a specific sport or a taster session for children to try something new... all pupils will benefit from our specialists' expertise.
Our lunchtime clubs also provide structured playground games which can be enjoyed by children of all ages and abilities. Research proves that children active at lunchtime behave better during afternoon lessons and are able to concentrate more for the duration of the school day.
Lunchtime sessions usually last around 45 minutes although this can be adapted to ensure your children have time to eat their lunch.
Fee paying clubs - where parents pay for a 6 or 10 week programme of 1 hour per week
Contract clubs - where schools pay for a 6 or 10 week programme of 1 hour per week
Multisports4schools can co-ordinate your school's extra-curricular programme for the full year. This means you liaise with just one person rather than many different coaches and clubs and pay just one invoice per term. You can also then rest assured that all external specialists working with your children are suitably qualified, experienced and trained to do so.
Our activities are adapted to meet schools’ needs and to support schools’ entries into district sports association competitions and the competitions provided through the new School Games Initiative