We appreciate that coronavirus (COVID-19) can be a confusing and stressful time but if you are looking to rearrange your event you currently have booked in with us in the summer term to the autumn term please contact us.
of schools rate our events as "Good" (8%) or "Excellent" (90%)
£s raised for new sports equipment
Years of working in primary schools
Schools inspired so far
A whole school fun fitness circuit led by a GB/Irish athlete to inspire and motivate children and staff. No cost to the school.
Help all staff understand the brain science and impact of physical activity on academic and life success. In plain English, in just two hours after school one day
Go beyond EDUCATE to motivate children and parents to be more physically active.
School clubs should be easy to organise and inspiring for children. This online portal outsources the hassle of extra-curricular clubs.
“The fast paced nature really engaged the children – they didn’t get a chance to become bored. Kristian was great with the children – totally on their level and they were in awe of him, especially during his demonstration.”
PE Coordinator - St Mary of the Angels - visit by Kristian Thomas 2 x Olympian and former captain of Team GB
“The whole staff thought that it was incredibly interesting and thought the delivery was fantastic. Every teacher has already made changes so it has had an immediate impact already.”
James - Beech Street Community Primary School
“It has reduced so much time spent in organising clubs”
Tracey - Haydon Abbey
“@sportsfs great experience my son had at school today thanks to you! He’s tried to do press ups the whole way home…a 15 minute walk!”
Set up an online fundraising page - it only takes a couple of minutes
Make the 1st donation - the amount is less important than the act
Invite others - share the page with friends and family to get the donations rolling in
2012 Olympic competitor Amy Smith swam for GB and was a member of the ladies 4x100m relay team. Amy was actually scared of the water until the age of 7 when she was first taught to swim. She then went on to qualify for her first international meet in 2006 at the age of 18! Amy won silver medals in the 2006, 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games and silver in the 2010 European Champs for the 4x100m freestyle relay AND she won a GOLD medal as part of the 4x100m medley relay team too!.
Kristian is an Olympic Gymnast and was part of the British team that famously won Olympic bronze at the London 2012 Olympics. In 2015, Kristian won the European Championship floor gold. Named the captain for Team GB's gymnastics squad for the Olympic Games in Rio, Kristian helped the team finish in 4th place.
Olympic volleyball player Peter started out as a basketball player then competed at the London 2012 Olympics in Volleyball! Peter made his international debut in 2010 for GB against Denmark and has played much of his volleyball in Holland. After studying animation at Sheffield Hallam University, Peter became involved in script writing and went on to write for Channel 4. He is also a stand-up comic.
Anna is a Paralympic Wheelchair Basketball Player and competed at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. Anna developed a disability in her teens and discovered Wheelchair Basketball when she was 25 after being a successful Hockey player and coach. Anna had a ten year career playing Wheelchair Basketball with the British Team and she is now a tutor and mentor for the sport.