Holiday Sports Camp
Inspiring a Generation
Following the success of London 2012, inspire+ feels it is vital to continue the legacy and ‘inspire a generation’. By offering children the chance to try a wide range of Olympic and Paralympic sports we hope to encourage them to continue participating by joining their local teams and clubs.
Our highly qualified inspire+ staff organise and run the holiday camps which will include sports such as Archery, Badminton, Athletics, Table Tennis, Dance, Cheer leading, Wheelchair Basketball, Boccia & Orienteering as well as an alternative Arts & Crafts activity. We pride ourselves on running the clubs to an extremely high standard with every day well structured and organised to give the participants the best experience possible!
Any profit raised by providing these holiday camps will be invested back into those schools with inspire+ status.
The first inspire+ holiday camp was held in the October half-term 2013. The camp was a chance for young people to experience a range of Olympic & Paralympic sports. This included Archery, Badminton, Athletics, Blind football and Seated volleyball. The camp engaged over 50 young people over the course of 3 days at Belton Lane Primary School. The children also got a chance to take a break from sports and take part in some arts and crafts activities. The Inspire+ team lead the event which included an England table tennis coach. The organiser Chris Graves said, “What an amazing 3 days it was. It gave the children chance to try sports they’d seen at London 2012 and provided lots of fun for all the staff and children involved.” Young leaders from the inspire+ Leadership Academy and Young Ambassador program volunteered for the 3 days to assist the coaches in making each day run smoothly and providing a fun-filled program.
The additional sports funding for primary schools is spent extremely effectively to inspire pupils and ensure their sports skills and enthusiasm secured.
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