Home Education Multi-Sports

Is your child home schooled? The team at Elmbridge Xcel Leisure Complex in Walton-on-Thames have designed the perfect programme to keep children active, entertained and socialising with other home educated children.

The Multi-Sports sessions run every Wednesday and provide a varied mix of activities for children aged 3 years through to 15 year olds, based around fundamental ball skills and racquet sports. The sessions are structured, yet work around what suits the children best; from football to tennis, Elmbridge Xcel Leisure Complex have a fantastic facility to cater for all sports. Adults can sit back and relax in the inviting café, whilst a qualified multi-sports teacher leads thesessions. Small class sizes, drop-in sessions and cost effective fees, the Home Education Multi-Sports is the ideal addition to your child’sprogramme of study and will unite them with like minded others.

Current sessions:

9.30am-10.15am - Multi-Sports (Under 8yrs) 

10.30am-11.15am - Silly Circuits (Under 8yrs)

1.30pm-2.15pm - Little Laces (Multi-sport for all children 3-5yrs)

 

New for September 2016!

We are exited to announce we are providing specialised sessions for any home educated children to be taught both the theory and practical aspects required to take their GCSE PE examinations. Following the OCR syllabus, your child can progress at their own pace, building the skills and knowledge needed for taking their GCSE PE examination, in a relaxed and focused environment covering the full range of sports.

Details will follow regarding any books or materials needed before the start of the course and links to the learning materials and examination boards involved.

GCSE PE Theory Class     12yrs and over     Wednesday 11.30am-12.15pm

GCSE PE Practical Session     8yrs and over     Wednesday 12.30pm-1.15pm

(The practical session is available to children aged 8yrs and over to give the opportunity for all children to still learn the practical aspects of the different sports in a class environment, even if they are not yet old enough to be working towards a full GCSE qualification.)

Contact us for more information on 01932 260312

 

 

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