School Services

School sport is essential for introducing children to a happy, fun and healthy lifestyle … so spark an interest in participating in sport at your school today! We provide a range of fun activities and competitions to suit every child’s age, ability and competitive interest.

We offer sessions that can be run at any time in the day to suit your school requirements. Breakfast, lunchtime and after school clubs are a fantastic way to attract a wider range of pupils to those sessions.

We offer a huge variety of indoor and outdoor activities as well as gifted and talented sessions with our highly skilled staff. Get your school fit, healthy and active!

Each of the CV Life sports centres host exciting primary school competition programmes, along with inclusion and extension sessions. Events can take place indoors and prevent the stress of a last-minute cancellation.

Sessions in specific sports, meanwhile, will extend and challenge your sports stars of the future and also provide clear evidence for Ofsted.

Our highly qualified and experienced staff can help augment your school’s own team, delivering high-quality lessons in all forms of sport and physical education. From breakfast and after-school clubs to Change4Life clubs and outdoor education, our centres can provide the ideal venue for transformative activity.

Our staff, too, can provide upskilling and training to your own existing team, increasing their knowledge, understanding and confidence in PE and Games delivery – from playground zoning to mini-workshops on specific sports and activities. We’re here to enhance all children’s experience of physical activity.

Contact us today to discuss your needs – we can’t wait to partner with you.

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